Great morning cigar, I'd suggest you smoke on a fresh palate.
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano / Binder: Ecuadorian / Filler: Nicaraguan (Ometepe, Esteli, Jalapa)
Vitola: Toro / Size: 6 x 52
Factory: Tabacalera Las Lavas S.R.L / Country of Origin: Ecuador, Nicaragua
Sweet tobacco, fig Newton bar, molasses
Hay, chocolate, graham cracker, black tea, molasses sugar cookies, floral
Sweet tobacco, figs, chocolate
Off the light I get cream and nuts. Its a light airy smoke. Notes of cream, slight Graham cracker, and nuts.. Good smoke level with little to no finish. Very light white pepper on the retro. Burn is dirty and wavy. Thick mascara line. Ash dropped off about an inch and a 1/2 in.
Still lots of smoke. Notes are still a sweet cream, nuts, a honey Graham cracker, and a soft citrus in the background.. Finish is a sweet tobacco and cream and very short. Retro is a creamy white pepper. Picking up a slight coffee note towards the end of the 3rd. Burn has gotten better.
Starting the final 3rd I'm getting sweet cream, slight coffee, and nuts. Very little spice on the retro. Toward the end all flavors have joined together to form a creamy sweetness. Very smooth on the palate. Finishing the same. This would be a great morning smoke on a fresh clean palate
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