Pedro Martin Gold Cigars Are Loved by All!Pedro Martin Gold cigars were named after and blended in the style of the renowned master by his talented daughter, Maria. After her sire passed away in 2010, Maria transitioned from Camacho (where she was the national sales manager) to starting her own business using some of her father’s blends. This family has been in the industry for decades and knows how to put a quality stogie together. Also in this series is the Platinum and Ruby. This stick is another example of what the Martin name is capable of, as reviewers are unanimous in their appreciation of it.



This stogie comes with a Connecticut Shade wrapper and a Nicaraguan Corojo binder and filler. Pedro Martin Gold cigars are available in seven vitolas, including Robusto (5 x 50), Toro (6 x 52), Torpedo (6 1/4 x 52), Churchill (7 x 48), Six by Sixty (6 x 60), Pequeno (4 1/2 x 50) and Lancero (7 1/4 x 38). That’s a lot of vitolas for one stick, so there is sure to be something for every smoker in there somewhere. The wrapper is light brown and is extremely smooth. There is a slight oily sheen to it and just a couple veins present. The band is gold, white and red and has the company name in cursive. It also features an elegant design and gives the stick a premium look.



The first third of the stogie is gentle and delivers a combination of cream, sweet and spicy flavors. Many reviewers found the cream to be the dominant taste, with the sweet and spicy notes settling in the background. At this point, Pedro Martin Gold cigars are mild but have well balanced flavors that give additional depth to the experience. There is also a nice volume of smoke with a spicy aroma to it. In the second third of the stick, the cream and sweet layers meld together some. The sweetness transitions into a flavor reminiscent of dried fruit and remains secondary. The spicy flavor becomes peppery instead and battles back and forth with the cream for the dominant role.



During the final third of the Pedro Martin Gold cigars, the pepper and cream flavors become secondary to a cedar spice that takes hold for the remainder of the stick. Some reviewers also detected a floral taste in the profile, though this was said to remain in the background. The stogie finishes extremely smooth, with a firm and cool nub.



Aficionados were impressed with the construction on this smoke, as it features an excellent burn and draw. The burn stays razor sharp and needs little attention. The draw is right where it needs to be, not too tight and not too loose. The ash is light grey and holds tight to the end, rarely flaking at all. Many aficionados confessed to the Pedro Martin Gold cigars being their favorite in the series, though it is appreciated by novice enthusiasts.



The stick’s strength never strays far from mild, though this is common among Connecticut Shade stogies. It is a mild-bodied product, though some reviewers said that it came close to medium-bodied at times. Overall, this is a high quality stick for just about anyone. They are favored by those who are just getting started or who don't want to be overwhelmed by flavor or nicotine. Even aficionados love to start their day with one of these fine stogies and a favorite blend of coffee.





POSTED ON Oct 14, 2017

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