Wrapper: Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro
Filler: Nicaraguan, Honduran
Blender/Creator: Ramon Bueso
Purchase Source: CigarBid.com
Date Purchased: August 27, 2021
Date Smoked: March 17, 2023
COVID-19 Day 918:
Today, I brought another cigar in this Ramon Bueso Genesis The Project in Toro by Ramon Bueso that I normally smoke outdoors on my morning Cigar-Walks so that I can better appreciate what she has to offer…
And… I wasn’t disappointed!
Once lit, this Ramon Bueso Genesis The Project provided a very open and loose draw that could have been my doing since I’ve been in the habit of maybe over “Dry-Boxing” my smokes lately. But, nonetheless… a very satisfying cigar to smoke.
The Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro wrapper provided those tobacco flavors that I was expecting making way for a very maintenance-free smoking experience.
I’m glad I brought this Ramon Bueso Genesis The Project indoors to smoke today… I think I’ll do it again soon and with her other sisters too.
Until next time…
COVID-19 Cigar Walk, Day 741: 2.5-Mile Cigar
A quick Recovery Cigar-Walk with this new addition to the Cigar-Rotation with the Ramon Bueso Genesis “The Project” in Toro by Ramon Bueso… “I Love my Connecticut Broadleaf in the Mornings!” … Say it again!
Every time I smoke this Ramon Bueso Genesis The Project I grow fonder and fonder of this “Affordable” Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro wrapped beauty.
This cigar has served me well on my morning treks… I should smoke these more often.
Until next time…
COVID-19 Cigar Walk, Day 706: 2.5-Mile Cigar
Oh Yeah… Just what the Doctor Ordered… a tasty and quicker than expected morning Cigar-Walk with this Ramon Bueso Genesis “The Project” in Toro by Ramon Bueso.
She was a fast smoker this morning, and I was OK with that as this Ramon Bueso Genesis The Project performed beautifully in the cold outdoors.
Fortunately, for me, I have several of these to keep me company on my morning treks.
Until next time…
COVID-19 Day 663: 2.5-Mile Cigar
COVID-19 Day 599
Through a very open draw offering little resistance come dark chocolate tobacco flavors along with earthy leather, and a zippy spicy retrohale… Wow, maybe I took too much.
For an “Affordable” (Budget) cigar, the Ramon Bueso Genesis The Project might be hard to beat and find in another cigar that can deliver on some of those coveted rich tobacco flavors that many of us seek… Initially, copious amounts of thick smoke appear delivering plenty of chocolate and coffee tobacco flavors.
As I enter the second third, I’m impressed with the thick creamy smoke output that delivers more intense tobacco flavors of those earthy chocolate and dark coffee flavors I mention in the first third. These flavors are coming through “strong”!
At the last third, this Ramon Bueso Genesis The Project has proven itself to be in the regular Cigar-Rotation with its full-bodied flavors and performance.
The only downside I had with today’s cigar is that the draw was a little too open and loose… requiring me to self-regulate and take “sips” from this delicious cigar.
Smoke Time: 1-1/4 Hours
COVID-19 Day 541
This “Affordable” cigar has an oily looking wrapper that’s almost jet black and handsome… Let’s fire her up and see what she has to offer.
Once lit, earthy dark chocolate, dark coffee, and leather with a decent black pepper spice on the retrohale… All the tobacco flavors I look for and enjoy in a cigar are appearing in this Ramon Bueso Genesis The Project in Toro by Ramon Bueso.
At the halfway point and the smoke is pouring generously providing chewy smoke of creamy dark coffee and chocolate.
At the last third, this cigar is billowing with earthy tobacco flavors while not getting too hot to smoke… I like this cigar a lot so far!
Yes, I’d smoke it again… Until next time…
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