Many of you are probably not all that familiar with Finck’s cigars. Finck is a cigar company that is based in Texas that has an online business as well. Here’s my review of one of their cigars.
It feels very oily. Dark and bumpy. The cap looks pretty bad. Overall, I don’t see any glaring problems that point to this being poorly made but it’s not the best cigar I have ever seen (not by far). Drinking Makers Mark and Cherry Coke.
Ring Gauge: 54
Price: Less Than $2.00
Holy crap – that is cheap!
Draw is a bit tight. Medium-full bodied. Spice and some other weird flavor. It’s a bit sweet but there’s something else there. Maybe because I’m sick (still trying to get over my sickness when I smoked this cigar) I can’t pin down that flavor.
I want to say it’s an egg white flavor but that is definitely not fare. What I can say is that I have never had this flavor before but it’s almost like flowers (not egg whites!) when I retrohale (blow smoke through my nose).
An inch in and it’s still medium-full bodied. The spice is in the background now. This is a decent cigar; especially when you consider it costs less than $2.00. It burns evenly.
Halfway through now and I can’t get over this egg white flavor. It just keeps on coming up. It’s weird because I don’t find it truly disgusting – something about it works with the flowers. I’m not saying it’s awesome or anything relatively close to that. But it’s not grotesque and it’s actually mildly enjoyable.
Look, it’s a decent cigar. It’s never going to make anyone’s Top 10 list but it’s fine for the price. Decent cigar.