Umnum Canonazo Review: A Delicious Cigar to Convene with the Gods
Long ago, only the shamans smoked tobacco. Through their rituals, they would smoke and convene with the gods. No one else was worthy of tasting “the master plant” and getting close to the gods. Perhaps the gods were on my side when I chose this cigar given the length of ash I ended up with.
This isn’t the first Umnum I’ve smoked, and so far I have been rather impressed. You get a lot of cigar for your money. This particular one, the Umnum Canonazo, is a robusto size and is full of well-rounded and smooth flavours.
At first light it was sweet and mossy reminding me of a woodland on a spring morning. Heading towards the middle, these tastes intensified a little and were joined by leather and peat.
The fabulous ash kept the smoke cool, gentle and rounded as the cigar gave forth notes of cassia and chocolate.
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Umnum Canonazo Cigar Details
- Vitola: Robusto
- Length: 5¼”
- Ring Gauge: 52
- Smoke Time: 1h 40
- Source: Paul Bugge
- Origin: Nicaragua
- Binder: Indonesian
- Filler: Honduran, Nicaraguan
- Wrapper: Nicaragua Sun Grown Colorado
Umnum Canonazo Review Summary
For the incredibly cheap price of this robusto on the European market – my stick was sourced from a supplier Germany for less than 3EUR – the quality of this cigar massively exceeds its pocket-friendly cost.
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