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“Just buy it. Right now. Go.
I got 5 of these in a sampler, and just had one outside my doorstep in the pouring rain... Wow. I was calling up friends telling them how spectacular this was. Full flavors of leather, spice, and earthy tones follow the smoke throughout. Truly incredible. I will ABSOLUTELY be picking up a box of these the next chance I get. stars across the board.
Stop reading this. and buy the damn cigar.”
“This a new favorite of mine. Smoking this was great and relaxing. It went well with a pint of Blue Moon Belgian Wheat Ale. Great flavors with a smooth smoke.”
“Solid, full power smoke. Good flavor with a perfect draw. This cigar burnt perfect everyone.”
“As a relative newb, trying to acclimate my palate to the nuances of cigar smoke, the Diesel Unlimited initially blew me away. It was a quire robust smoke with lots of flavor and a lot of thick white smoke. However, it kind of stampeded over me in the initial go-round (again, courtesy of my inexperience with smoking cigars in general). The thesis here is that the Diesel Unlimited is a potent, peppery smoke with a good deal of wallup to each draw.
Over a substantial amount of time spent smoking, however, as my palate has matured and I've been exposed to many different flavor profiles, I find myself increasingly drawn to the Unlimited as a great Friday evening, end-of-the-office-week cigar. It doesn't have the same subtlety and mild character of some of the cigars I have labeled "Saturday morning cigars": Macanudo Hyde Park Cafe, 5 Vegas Gold, Rocky Patel Sungrown, Nub Connecticut, etc. However, it is a great, heavy, full-bodied cigar with the right amount of smoke and long white ash; perfect for sitting on my deck, propping my feet up on the patio furniture, and feeling like a Captain of Industry. That is, until my wife calls me inside to set the table for dinner.
All in all, I give the Diesel Unlimited a 7.8 out of 10, with the heaviest weight of the points scheme coming in the flavor and construction departments. After smoking a few more of these puppies and trying yet more cigars, I assume that the Diesel beli may climb its way up to an 8.