|Shapes||Churchill, Corona, Gordo, Robusto, Toro, Torpedo|
The Brick House is a medium to full-bodied cigar, but I would say it is medium at best. This great budget cigar has an earthy flavor with notes of pepper. Upon lighting this cigar, the smoker will soon notice that this stick produces clouds of thick, creamy smoke. About an inch in, this budget cigar develops a sweetness that comes and goes until halfway through the second third where it decides to stay.
This review is based on the average experiance of my last 3 goes at this cigar. The light up was decent, it did give off a great deal of smoke. This cigar was very creamy all the way through with hints of earth and nuttiness in the first 3rd. Second third the earth fades but the nuttiness along with pepper and something sweet that I can't put my finger on(maybe coco) linger around. the last bit down to the nub maintained a good sweet flavor, still producing good amounts of rich smoke
I'm a new cigar smoker. I don't feel that I'm experienced enough to give a worthy review on the actual characteristics of this cigar. I can however say that it is a damn fine cigar. Of all the cigars that I've tried, many of which were significantly more expensive, this is the one I keep coming back to. Smooth, rich, and creamy.