Warped Maestro del Tiempo 6102R

Warped Maestro del Tiempo 6102R

This cigar was introduced at the 2016 IPCPR and comes in two regular production sizes. There is also a more limited vitola, which is coined Robusto Extra. The Warped Maestro del Tiempo 6102R is blended slightly different from the other sizes in this line, as it has Medio Tiempo leafs. These leafs grow above the Ligero and don’t grow on most tobacco plants. This adds a bit more punch to the cigar.  As a limited production cigar it comes in cabinets of 100, with a total of 150 cabinets produced.

Brand: Warped
Wrapper: Nicaragua
Binder: Nicaragua
Filler: Nicaragua
Strength: Medium
Size:  5.25 x 48
Price: $10.50

There is a sweet spice from the light brown wrapper, the foot has the same aroma with a little dry hay mixed in.
From the cold draw I’m picking up cinnamon and more of the dry hay. First puffs, there is no hint of  sweetness, but there is a faint creamy flavor with a bit of pepper.

First Third: The creamy flavor is dominant with some hints of cashew. There is still a bit of pepper on the back of my tongue. The wrapper actually cracked after a few puffs but it didn’t affect the draw. I was worried that the crack would continue and ruin the cigar, but due to the quality construction it burned through the crack with no other issues. The draw is perfect so far, from the punch cut.

Warped Maestro del Tiempo 6102R

Second Third: The creamy flavor has backed down, but is lingering in the profile. The cashew is turning a bit salty and there is a dry grass flavor kicking in. The burn continues to be almost perfect, and each puff produces a fair amount of bright white smoke.

Maestro del Tiempo

Final Third: More salt and cashew flavor remain. The creaminess is barely there, masked mostly by a wheat bread note. Toward the end of the cigar I pick up more pepper. The draw and burn are both still on point.

Maestro del Tiempo 1

Like everything else that Warped has produced, this cigar didn’t disappoint. Their commitment to quality construction really paid off when the cigar cracked right after lighting it. A crack like this would ruin many cigars, but the 6102R recovered perfectly with no loss of draw or flavor. Overall, I would rate the Maestro del Tiempo as a 92.

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