The burn was slightly wavy throughout, but held a great ash. This cigar offered multiple flavors varying from third to third. It is mild in strength, but makes up with the flavors. This is definitely my type of relaxation. A must have in my book.
Side note: I imagine myself enjoying this with a nice whiskey.
Wrapper: Nicaraguan Colorado / Binder: Nicaraguan / Filler: Nicaraguan
Vitola: Robusto / Size: 5.5 x 52
Country of Origin: Nicaragua
Body gave off a strong barnyard odor
Fruity, leather, and a blueberry or some or type of berry.
The cold draw was a delicious fruit jam/ mixed berries.
Immediately at light, that dark chocolate, strong leather came through. Along with some cedar and vanilla extract. And a hint of cinnamon on the tongue.
Coming into the second 3rd, Cedar took the forefront. But that dark chocolate with a hint of cinnamon, was still present. A little bit of leather and almond as well. At this point the fruit and vanilla notes fell off.
Smoked cedar, salted roasted almonds, and white pepper on tongue. Some cinnamon on the retrohale, but not an overwhelming amount.
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Cleveland, Ohio native. Recently living in Fort Myers, Florida. My passion for cigars has grown tremendously over the last couple of years. By having a diverse mindset on cigars, it has allowed me to expand my knowledge and as well my palate.