Indian Tabac Split Decision Double

ITC Split Decision Double

Happy Monday! Here’s to hoping everyone has a good week. This Monday, I bring you a review of the Indian Tabac (ITC) Split Decision Double. Back towards the end of March, Brian Hewitt reviewed the Quad version of this cigar.

The first time I smoked the Double, I didn’t think it was that bad. Unfortunately, every one I’ve had since, has gone downhill. Its really pretty sad. If CAO can make the CAO America and Arganese can make the Double Wrap, both of which are great cigars in the barber pole style, why can’t Rocky Patel?

Again, I want to say that I’ve been a staunch, long time supporter of Rocky Patel but this is starting to get ridiculous and I hope Rocky turns it around fast.

New this week (by demand) is an MP3 version that you can download. Download (Right Click to Save As) is available here or in the Cigar Facts area. My review runs 12:21 and I talk about some upcoming trips I’m taking in June and July. Also, I’m working with Mike in WV on a fundraiser to raise money for SIDS research. Nothing too complicated or time sensitive but more details to follow.

Have a good week everyone…long ashes!

Cigar Facts:
Vitola: Toro
Length: 6.00
Ring Gauge: 52
Wrapper: Habano/Connecticut
Binder: Nicaragua
Filler: Nicaragua/Dominican
Price: $10.00

Liked It: No
Buy It Again: Joking right?
Recommend It: No way
MP3 Version: Available Here (Right Click to Save)