Xen by Nish Patel

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Xen by Nish Patel

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Wrapper : Ecuadorian Connecticut
Binder : Nicaraguan
Filler : Secret blend of herbs and spices
Source : bought locally

Today I have for you the Xen from Nish Patel in the robusto (5×50) size.

I am going to let the video do the talking this week because I just deleted my whole write up and with doctor appointment times coming up fast I do not have the time to retype everything right now.

Basically this cigar is a surprise if you think all connecticut shade are mild to medium sticks. I even would say this stick hit the full range for me towards the end.

A nice combination of wood, sweet spice, coffee and even a bit of hay rounded out this stick.

Would I buy it again? Yes. Even with more strength the cigar really is a nice smoke. I would like to try the toro size but the local shop only had the short robusto and robusto.

I am also not a fan of the box press on cigars but it wasn’t too awkward to hold and smoke for me so it did not take away from the experience.

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9 thoughts on “Xen by Nish Patel

  1. Good review Mike. Sounds like a nice change of pace for the morning rotation. Lucky you – it’s a rare occasion (actually a non-occasion) when my locals will beat online pricing.

  2. I had high hopes for this cigar when I heard about it. When it was finally released I grabbed a robusto, but it didn’t impress me the way it did you.

    Good review. I’ll have to pick up another one and see if I have a different experience.

    1. It was unique for me mainly because of the power and taste involved. I think it was a very nice start for Nish.

      Like i said, I would love to try the toro also but have not found them local as of yet. Let me know what you think of it if you try it again.

  3. I thought this cigar was ok. It had nods of the JAVA LATTE series that both Drew/Rocky distributed only without the added infusion. I definitely did get the cardboard taste but that stayed with me not transitioning at all. The spice tasted of a slight white pepper and overall thought it was a mild/medium not hanging in the medium category very long. This was at 5pm – unremarkable is the best word. There’s better at this price point.

  4. Mike, after watching this review i went to Cigar.com and brought two of the toros and they were fantastic! I got a creamy sweet spice taste. I’ve since purchased more you should stop at the site and pick up a few since you love the toro size! p.s. great review!

    1. I pick them up locally quite a bit but ordering online, I like the pricing at cigarplace.biz (one of our sponsors too) 😉

      Glad you enjoy and thanx for watching.

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