CAO Brazilia fella part on me
I punched it and it was hard to punch. Then there was some crackling of the wrapper near the draw site after I lit it. "No big deal", I thought. I've been enjoying nice cigars for more than a year now so I've gathered enough knowledge to know not all wrappers are the same, steady consistency. Well I get about a half inch in and the cigar really opens up. Both flavor wise and wrapper wise lol. It started coming apart where the band was (I typically remove my bands as long as they come off easy, and this one came off super easy before I even lit it). After about another couple of inches the thing was crackling in my hand like a autumn leaf so I left it in my outdoor ashtray and quit early on it. Is this a thing with the brand you think or a humi issue? I keep my desktop humis around 65% and they almost never go below that. I have a hygrometer that records highs and lows. I don't think my humi's too dry as I've had a cigar just about every day this week and haven't had a problem. I mean it's chilly outside but not THAT cold that it dries up my stogie in 20 minutes. Any ideas?