Black Label Memento Mori

Let's high five the pepper gods today 🙂 Looking at this cigar you get a beautiful dark brown oiled leather looking wrapper with a closed foot and a cute little pig tail. But don't let this beauty fool ya - it's all attitude and packs a punch. 

Wrapper: Pennsylvania Broadleaf / Binder: Ecuadorian Habano / Filler: Nicaraguan

Vitola: Robusto / Size:  5 × 50

Factory: Fabrica Oveja Negra / Country of Origin: Nicaragua

Sweet tobacco, cocoa, raisins

Stallone Alagan Review: The Foot

Tobacco, raisins

Stallone Alagan Review: The Cold Draw


Stallone Alagan Review: First Third

On the light you get strong black pepper, burnt toast, and nuts. The retro bring a lot of red and black pepper that punches you right in the nose and steps back and smiles at you.

Into this first portion you get a thick chewy smoke with notes of black pepper, minerals, and hint of earth. The finish is long with notes of black pepper and a cinnamon tingle on the tongue. By the end of the third the burn was a little wave and needed a minor touch up. Flavors are full body with lots of strength. 

Stallone Alagan Review: Second Third

In the 2nd third its full body and still a long finish with lots of smoke. Black pepper, earth, salt and now a slight sweetness that was very welcome. The retro has smoothed out a little to just a strong black pepper. Burn is decent and a flaky ash.

Stallone Alagan Review: Final Third

At the end of the final third not much has changed. All pepper on the retro. Still salt, pepper, and a mineral note. The sweet has now faded and the finish is still the same. Full strength.

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Charles Ruth

Live in Newport Tennessee. Husband to an amazing woman. Father to three amazing kids. Current President of Ash Hole Cigar Club Tennessee.