Despite it's low complexity and dynamic range, I found this cigar easy going and quite enjoyable. Draw seemed tight but easily produced good smoke. Fluffy dime stacks that held to about 0.75" - Great cigar to pair with a morning cup of coffee or afternoon soda.
Wrapper: Ecuador CT Desflorado / Binder: Nicaraguan / Filler: Nicaraguan
Vitola: Lonsdale / Size: 6.5 × 44
Factory: Tabacalera Carreras / Country of Origin: Nicaragua
Light, sweet tobacco
Leather, Fig, Raisin
Bitter bite, light raisin and tobacco
Starts of nutty with a carbonated, root beer, bite at the end. Root beer sweetness kicks up bit throughout the first third. A light almond and walnut finish is lingers on the palate.
Sweetness mutes and becomes more a clean seltzer bite with light tobacco flavors. Mellows out in the second half of this third... A light spice develops, like a rye whiskey watered down with Dr. Pepper. Light spice continues to end of third where it develops richer notes of leather and cocoa on the finish.
Begins to get more roasty but still remains fairly mellow. Mild, easy smoke with an Americano (coffee) finish on the palate...Which continues to the nub.
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