Our Score (3.5 / 5)


  • RH – 69% for 12 weeks
  • MSRP – $256 For Box of 20
  • Smoke Time – 90 minutes
  • Wrapper – Connecticut Habano
  • Binder – Indonesia
  • Filler – Connecticut Broadleaf / Dominican Republic / Nicaragua
  • Length – 5.75
  • Ring Gauge – 46

Initial Reactions and Appearance

The wrapper of All Out Kings Give Me Your Lunch Money looks great, but there are no identifiable notes to the initial smell. On the other hand, the unlit draw gives off a bit of a leathery flavor.

First Third

Some of the initial puffs are a bit dry and bitter, but the unpleasantness slowly fades away and makes room for a lot of chocolate and leather notes. About halfway through the first third, All Out Kings Give Me Your Lunch Money explodes with a blast of chocolate. For my cigar, the ash held well, the burn was really even throughout the first third, and the draw was quite good. At the end of the first third, the flavors on the retrohale ramped up the sweetness and leather.

Second Third

The second third of All Out Kings Give Me Your Lunch Money is in your face with the chocolate and leather. Not in a bad way by any means – it tastes great. Unfortunately, a bit of dryness and some tar buildup put a damper on the this part of the smoke.

Final Third

There were some burn issues for me on the final third of All Out Kings Give Me Your Lunch Money. Fortunately, the flavors remain solid with the super sweet chocolate and leather, and even a bit of cedar shows up. As the cigar reaches its end, it gets a lot stronger, and it blasts you with the taste of coffee and espresso.

Would I Smoke All Out Kings Give Me Your Lunch Money Again?

Yes. Despite some moderate burn issues, All Out Kings Give Me Your Lunch Money is a complex smoke that has some amazing flavors and a great draw.