Crowned Heads
Jericho Hill Willy Lee (BP Toro) by Crowned Heads

Vitola: Willy Lee (Toro)
Length: 6.0
Gauge: 54

Wrapper: Mexican San Andrés
Binder: Nicaraguan
Filler: Nicaragua
Factory: My Father Cigars S.A. (Nicaragua)
Country: Nicaragua
Purchase Source: Ralph Larson
Date Purchased: October 16, 2018
Price: Gift
Date Smoked: November 8, 2021
Quantity: 2

Jericho Hill Willy Lee (BP Toro) by Crowned Heads

COVID-19 Day 597
 Crowned Heads, Jericho Hill, Mexican San Andres, My Father Cigar Factory, Nicaragua, The Crowned Heads Thru a perfect draw, spectacular smoke production comes my way delivering earthy sweetness and espresso tobacco flavors with an undertow of chocolate coming thru. From the retrohale, a decent amount of black pepper spice rounds out the flavors well.

I’m approaching the last third and this Jericho Hill Willy Lee (BP Toro) by Crowned Heads is singing my tune… Dark coffee (espresso), chocolate, and… leather tobacco flavors have entered the picture!

I think I’ll make sure that I have plenty of these in the TupperDor from now on. With three years of TupperDor age on this, it smoked superbly!

Smoke Time: 90 minutes

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COVID-19 Cigar Walk, Day 81: 3.5-Mile Cigar
6 months is way too long in between smoking the Jericho Hill Willy Lee (BP Toro) by Crowned Heads. I have to remember to bring this out more often.

Dark rich creamy smooth tobacco flavors and smoky!… I’ll be revisiting this one again soon

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At first glance, this Crowned Heads, Jericho Hill, Jack Brown (Robusto) vitola is a huge 56 ring-gauge. Let’s see what it delivers. I’m looking forward to the Mexican San Andres wrapper on this large cigar.

This feels and looks like a large ring gauge (56) for a Robusto so; I had to punch another hole next to the first since the draw was still too firm for my liking. We’ll see how long I want to give my cheeks a workout.

The flavors are perfect, right in my wheelhouse. I’m digging this Crowned Heads Jericho Hill so far.

At the end of the first third, I straight cut my triple cap as I become tired of struggling with the draw. More delicious smoke appears but as I get down to the last couple of inches… the difficult draw could be the fatal flaw for this tasty cigar, but it could be this particular cigar. I’ll have to try another. I’m glad I have more.

At the final third, there were no transitions I could detect; still a very nice experience. I think the next Jericho Hill cigar I purchase will maybe have a smaller ring gauge.

Cigar Sensei says this will be a cigar to lay down and age; it will improve over time.

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The Experience

Ash: Even
Draw: Tight
Smoke Output: Medium
Flavor: Earthy
Strength: Medium
Body: Medium/Full
Finish: Complex
Value: Fair
Overall Rating (1-5): 3

The Cigar

Chocolate: 2
Coffee: 3
Cream: 3
Earthy: 4
Leather: 2
Pepper: 1