El Septimo Diamond Bomba Orange
El Septimo Diamond Bomba Orange cigars are not the first sticks named after a “bomba,” and they have some big wrappers to fill in that regard. However, they’re not backing down from comparisons to any other blend, going so outrageously far as to call this one “the GOAT of all cigars.”
Confidence. They have it.
To be fair, they’ve pulled out all the stops for the King of the Diamond Collection. The Bomba Orange features Costa Rican tobacco that has been aging for fifteen years, which actually takes it out of leaf territory and makes it officially a scotch. (At least, it took the same patience to create it.) Many would consider this overdoing it on the aging, but aficionados know that only with this kind of time can you get the special and subtle notes you’ll experience with 15-year tobacco.
The El Septimo Diamond Bomba Orange cigar measures a hefty 6.5 x 60. It’s a sizeable stick and should keep you busy for quite some time. Why wouldn’t you want a cigar with so much hype behind it to last? If it delivers on half of its marketing, it would still be an outstanding stogie.
What do you get when you finally set El Septimo’s GOAT on fire? “Complexity and balance,” for starters. Plenty of flavors coming it, but nothing out of joint. The manufacturer labels it a certified “flavor bomb” and calls out notes of walnut, dark coffee roast, black pepper, cinnamon, and chestnut. That makes it a pretty nutty smoke, in our book, but gives it enough spice to bring that balance that the company was calling out.
At the end of the day, the jury is out on whether this is the GOAT of all cigars. But the GOAT of El Septimo’s portfolio? It’s possible for fans of aged tobacco. When a blender goes into the aging vault and pulls out its best leaf for a stogie, we’re definitely waiting with baited lighters.
This El Septimo Diamond Bomba Orange cigar is made in Costa Rica. Outside, you'll find an undisclosed wrapper. Inside, the binder is undisclosed, and the filler is undisclosed. This is a Medium strength Gordo Grande shaped cigar with a length of 6.50 and a ring gauge of 60.
Enjoy this rare luxury, from El Septimo, at your leisure.
• What are the flavors like?
o Walnut, dark coffee roast, black pepper, cinnamon, and chestnut
• What’s the strength level?
• Who is this cigar for?
o El Septimo Diamond Bomba Orange cigars are for people who want a flavor bomb of the company’s best – a rare blend of extensively aged Costa Rican leaf.
• Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
o You should surely try!
• What’s a good pairing with it?
o A good scotch like Glenmorangie's A Tale of the Forest. It should be available for less than a hundred and it is a flavor bomb in its own right.
• What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
o When you truly have time to yourself.
• Any flaws/downsides?
o Luxury price
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