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Edgar Hoill is a photographer who is known as one hell of a crackshot with a camera. When he takes aim, he hits his mark. That's how he got the name One Shot One Kill. (O.S.O.K.) Now, he and Christian Eiroa of Camacho fame combine muscle to present Edgar Hoill cigars.
To craft Edgar Hoill, only a blend that could truly personify Hoill's reputation would do. Fitting that bill, is an all-Nicaraguan medley of rich, potent, patiently fermented tobaccos. On the outside a feisty Habano wrapper, chocolate-brown and teeming with natural oils. Just beneath, a robust long-filler core. Together, this ensemble wrangles up a meaty and bold profile loaded with spicy-sweet nuances. And what truly adds a level of intrigue here are the unique sizes. Each one provides a bit of sizzle each its own. All full-bodied, and all quite tasty, this one hits its mark dead center.
Wanted this to be what it was supposed to be, the full time production OSOK (rather than a one time deal) However all reviews I'm seeing say the same thing, it's just not an OSOK. Some going as far as saying it's "A far cry from the OSOK". All reviewers say it's much more mild/mellow than it's target cigar. Not to say it's a bad stick, but if you are looking for OSOK, try to find an OSOK because this, sadly, isn't the subsitute it was supposed to be.