Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano / Binder: Nicaragua / Filler: Nicaragua and Dominican Republic
Vitola: Toro / Size: 6 x 52
Hay, grass, barnyard
Light chocolate, hay
Musty, hay, grass
First light left much to be desired, with the draw being almost too tight to smoke. I can only pick up on a few subtle notes. Light citrus, mustiness, hay and a light chocolate hint is all I can force outa this cigar at the moment.
The second third the draw has gotten maybe 5 % better. Citrus, hay, light chocolate and a mustiness remain while a leather note has come out as well.
Final third was really a let down, I had high hopes that the draw issue would disappear somewhere throughout the smoke and I would be able to give this stick a fair shake, but it did not. Flavors were consistent, burn was a razor all the way through but that draw really killed this cigar.
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