This is a box of 20 Bollero Kenner cigars. My friend got it from
Indonesia but he didn’t like the taste, and has been giving them away
The inside of the box is lined with individual plastic wrapped cigars, ready to be unwrapped and smoked.
The size of the cigar is about half of a full sized cigar – slightly
shorter and with a lower ring gauge, oops, sorry…I meant thinner,
than a Robusto. It’s not in the cigarillo class, this one is bigger
This is the band of the cigar – it says Kenner Flor Fina, with a red and gold motif.
This is the tip of the cigar – it’s precut, so you can light it up immediately, which I promptly did.
Download: Kenner cigar review video [sixthseal.com]
You can see me play cigar aficionado in this movie. ;)
I didn’t find any fault with the cigar – it tasted woody, with a
smoky aftertaste. It’s good, even though it wasn’t stored in a humidor.
I found it nice. The only problem was the uneven burn that it produced,
but maybe that’s my fault during lighting. It rectified itself after
flame was applied on the uneven side.
I know you’re not suppoed to do that…and you’re not supposed to
fully inhale a cigar too, but I like my tobacco products to give me a
nicotine hit. Oh, and I did do that rolling the smoke in the mouth
thing for the faux cigar aficionado taste test. ;)