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“First of all, let me admit that I didn't buy this thing from CI...shame on me...but I'm a moral coward. I just don't feel right about going into a wee 'brick and mortar' shop and not buy something. And that's what happened today. There was nothing in the shop that I really wanted or didn't already have (doubtless bought from CI!) except the Excaliber Legend. In fact, it came in a nifty wee wooden box of three for about $15. I smoked the Corona size one and it's really a good cigar: plenty of strength but not at all harsh, well-made, slightly tight draw which only made it smoke quite slowly, very good flavour and an even burn. This is another Excaliber that's well worth buying, and I see that CI has them at a very good price. Try 'em...”
“A welcome new cigar (Excalibur Legend) in the Excalibur line. Full of spice with some leather and tea flavors. Medium to Full bodied with a beautiful wrapper and solid construction. Not a cigar for people who like simple, uniform smoke, it has a bold, exotic flavor profile that evolves as you smoke it.”
“Hey C.I. Excalibur Legend is an awesome cigar.i smoke a lot of different cigars but this(legend)is a delightful and refreshing change of pace-not your average full-bodied,full-flavored stick.They're onto something with the addition of these rich Ometepe tobaccos!They(legends) have a rich evolving taste kind of like slight hints of syrup or molasses,charcoal,cream and pepper all having a party on the tongue and palate.I must admit,I bought a handfull from a local shop at an offer I couldn't refuse but you can best believe I will be getting the rest form C.I.”
“Excalibur Legend (Challenger)
Just got this cigar from the Cigar of the Month Club. There is a surprising slightly sweet smell to this cigar right out of the wrapper. Post-cut, there is a fine degree of pepper on the tongue. From first puff, there is a smooth, leathery smoke. The cigar generally gives a nice even burn. The flavors blend together very well toward mid-cigar, adding a hint of woodiness. At the nub, the cigar becomes nice and chewy, adding notes of toast. Overall, an impressive smoke.”
“A rather bland, woody-tasting cigar consisting of a one-dimensional, mild flavor and strength with a weak amount of smoke. It did impart some zing to the tip of my tongue and roof of mouth and exhibited a short finish but, otherwise . . . boring.”
“Peppery on the tongue and slightly spicy smoke. Good flavor with that leather taste that they're always talking about. Very dark but smoothing out in the middle... Smoothing way out. I think I would die if I smoked this after a rich or spicy meal. Better for espresso or a not so sweet liquor as I'm no bourbon/scotch drinker. It leaves a spicy aftertaste in the mouth but like after good wings, I don't feel the need to put the fire out.”