Decent ash, stacks up to about .75"... Fairly easy smoke with some sneaky strength. Would pair nicely with post breakfast morning coffee.
Wrapper: Cameroon / Binder: Honduran Corojo / Filler: Honduran Corojo
Vitola: Lonsdale / Size: 6 x 43
Factory: Fabrica de Puros Aladino / Country of Origin: Honduras
Worn leather. Hint of floral
Leather, apricot, hint of cocoa
Right off the bat I get a marijuana aftertaste on my palate. Light carbonation like bite on the retrohale with some nutty notes fighting through. Creamy smoke that is a bit numbing on the palate. Fairly complex with notes of graham cracker, nuts, cream, roast and bread all bouncing around with a slightly acidic finish.
Complexity begins to fade. Starts off with notes of sweet cream, cut off sharply by a rich, earthy spice and slightly resinous finish. End of third features light notes of ginger root beer ending with a funky cheese like palate (mouthfeel, not necessarily cheese flavor).
Mellow out. Hints of soda still there but lighter. Finishes more roasty with a light cafe roast finish on palate.
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