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I have smoked 4or 5 of these now: Fantastic! They are towards the medium-full end....but still smooth in taste.
The petite Corona lasts an hour! ! Don't know what is in them...but who cares!
I cashed in on a recent sampler deal from Fonseca that contained 4 of the Heisenberg Robusto. I was eager to try the blend, having enjoyed Quesada's tasty Julio & highly rated Oktoberfest. Both are very full bodied for Dominican puros. What little information I could glean about Heisenberg, promised another full flavored, medium/full bodied experience. It features one of the darkest Corojo wrappers I have seen & judging from the flavor profile, possibly more Corojo in the robust filler tobaccos. The oddly proportioned 5" X 48 vitola is solid to the point of being hard, yet it emits clouds of luxurious smoke, with just the correct amount of resistance. Heisenberg is unique, but reminds me a bit of Punch Rare Corojo; a good thing. That Punch offering was my introduction to Corojo tobaccos & it has been among my favorites ever since. Burn is even right off the truck. There's a lot to like about Heisenberg, although at 4 clams for the petite corona & over 6 bucks for the Corneta Cuadrada Pyramid, it is a bit pricey. My $2.00 investment in the $5.00 robusto was a no-brainer & I will be ordering more. 90/100
Forget all those reviews in which I said that "this is the best cigar ever". I was wrong. Except for a Cuban Punch I once smoked the Heisenberg is the best Cigar I have ever smoked. I like the no frills about this cigar. A fancy artsy band doesn't make a good cigar, Quesada does.
Had a few of the box pressed Heisenbergs. Nice stick and plan to try other Quesada cigars. Hope they stay in production as it is a good and well made smoke.