One 13 Chronicles 20.15 Cigar Review
Chronicles 20.15 made by One 13 Cigars
Wrapper = Nicaraguan Habano Rosado
Binder = Sumatra
Filler = Nicaragua
Size = Box Press Torpedo (7 x 56)
Price that I paid = around $12.00
I bought and smoked this cigar at the Club Humidor on Huebner Rd.
This is a mild-medium bodied cigar, and from the very first puff it had an excellent draw. I put a horizontal v-cut on this cigar using my Colibri v-cutter and it created the perfect depth for a cut on this cigar. The excellent draw from this cigar produced a creamy smoke with a little bit of a nutty finish. This cigar has an interesting shape and size. It’s a pretty big cigar, but it feels light in the hands and the torpedo shaped tip fits very nicely in your mouth. This is pretty cool because you can have the “big cigar” experience without having a huge ring gauge in your mouth. The box press design also makes this cigar very comfortable to hold in your hands. For a mild-medium cigar, it has a great amount on flavor that you can taste. The outside wrapper looks high quality, and in general, this is a beautiful looking cigar once you light it up. The Chronicles burned evenly and produced a consistent amount of smoke (not too much and not too little). The first piece of ash didn’t fall off this cigar until it was about 1 ½ inches in. This cigar had no problem staying lit, and the flavor enhanced as I smoked it. I smoked this cigar with a cup of coffee after lunch, and I think it is good “brunch time” cigar. I bought this cigar a couple of months ago and let it sit in my humidor at home before I smoked it. I had a great experience puffing on this cigar because it was very smooth, and it didn’t require a lot of maintenance.
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Overall Rating = Great!
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