My wife always fusses whenever I have any Corojo leaf in my cigar. It's a bummer because I really like the leaf....Wayne and I were hanging out in the back 40 having a dart.
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All WLT: Piloto Cubano Ligero, T-13 Ligero, Corojo seco, Vuelta Abejo binder, Cuban seed wrapper.
Must have been good ‘cause the wife rated it a 7.5/10 on the stink-o-meter
(“I can still smell it!” she grumbles in the back ground)
My wife always fusses whenever I have any Corojo leaf in my cigar. It's a bummer because I really like the leaf....
I have some Nic Habano, Criollo, Dom, Bezuki, MataFina, Corojo, and Piloto Cub. I was going to go for a Dom, Piloto and a bit of Corojo blend.filler is equal proportions of rene seco, corojo viso, san vicente ligero. these are bound with sumatra. think light with CT shade.
Thanks. Still working on form and substance.Those are great! I just smoked an FX Smith Sumatra-wrapped stick that was excellent, and yes, sweet. I'm curious now how the WLT compares to the FX Smith
Not really usable info, but I'll tell you what I blended with that excellent FX Smith Indo Sumatra wrapper:Thanks. Still working on form and substance.
It would be interesting to compare the fx and wlt sumatras, almost have to have them side by side. My guess is the wlt is much less sweet, at least that's my take having not had the other. I'm still looking for a good blending combo with sumatra as binder or wrapper: found a couple that were OK, but think I can do better.
I'm still looking for a good blending combo with sumatra as binder or wrapper
Burned one of those recent robusto rolls last night: filler was equal parts CV dominican seco, piloto viso, corojo ligero bound with nic condega seco wrapped in sumatra. Not too shabby, better than all sumatra variations I've tried before.Single binder, probably Habano