This cigar begins as a pepper bomb, is bold and came to dance. The aroma is great pre-light, mellows in the middle but shows back up at the final third. This is not a morning cigar, unless you like to wake up with a splash. I did expect a little more from the body of the cigar as the texture of the smoke was lighter and finer than the flavor demands.
Wrapper: Mexican San Andres / Binder: Nicaraguan / Filler: Nicaragua
Vitola: Robusto / Size: 5 x 50
Factory: Tabacalera AJ Fernandez / Country of Origin: Nicaragua
Hay, Baking Chocolate, Graham Cracker
Potpourri, Tea, Hay
Baking Chocolate, Tea
This was a spice and black pepper bomb right off the bat. Also strong hints of espresso.
The spice and pepper calms down some and a presence of mesquite or charred wood shows up.
Black pepper transitions into cayenne while the cocoa and espresso notes remain present.
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Guy has been smoking premium cigars since 1997, has enjoyed a cigar in 11 different countries and lives in the East Village of Manhattan. He’s also co-founder of Three Kings Cigar Co.