It’s that time of year in Florida, when things get cold. Now to be fair, if you’re from New England or the mid-west and you were to visit Southwest Florida, you would probably think the weather is perfect. For those of us who call Florida home, a high in the mid-50s is a cold day. We break out the patio heaters if we want to smoke on our lanais (that’s a screened-in patio for non-Floridians), and wear thick sweaters and our heaviest coats. As I get ready to smoke the 601 Steel Girder, I have the heater going and am cozied up with my electric blanket. And yes, it’s a bone-chilling 58 degrees.
Size: 6 x 52
Wrapper: Nicaraguan Habano Oscuro
|The cigar is firm to the touch and has a couple visible veins. The aroma off the foot of a cigar has a lot of…|
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