Built like an actual chisel, this cigar looks like a specialty item. Make no mistake, though. This is a serious and well balanced cigar with a slow build up and a lot of complexity. You can even add complexity to the burn by cutting the corners of the Chisel; punching a hole on the top, bottom or both; or even just pinching the sides of the head to break the covering leaf and smoke it through a small slit and have a different experience every time. This is a versatile and interesting smoke. Mild to medium bodied in strength and very creamy in texture.
The Dalay Hell Chisel reminds at first glance of the Churchill of this series. The difference lies in the beak-like cigar head, whose cap has been carefully closed. This elaborate design offers a special highlight: the Chisel can be excellently enjoyed without cutting or boring. It is sufficient to open the cigar by light finger pressure on the narrow ends of the cap.
“hell” in German translates to “bright and light colored” which points to the very bright Connecticut wrapper of the series.