La Sirena Mexican Mermaid

My wheelhouse is broad, but there are certain notes and profiles that I can smoke on a daily basis. This one seems to fit that category. Not a very long smoke at 48 minutes but it, delivers great flavors and a consistent burn that I cant ignore.

Wrapper: Mexican San Andres/ Binder: Mexican San Andres / Filler: Mexico, Dominican Republic

Vitola: Petit Robusto / Size: 4 × 54 

Factory: Tabacalera La Isla / Country of Origin: Dominican Republic

Sweet Tobacco - Hay

Stallone Alagan Review: The Foot

Cocoa - Tobacco

Stallone Alagan Review: The Cold Draw

Dark Cocoa - Cayenne on the tongue

Stallone Alagan Review: First Third

This cigar came out strong. Its bold flavors of tobacco, cedar, Black pepper mixed with a touch of char, was great. There was a sweetness to the whole profile and the Retro hale was intense. Draw was great and the burn was wonderful.

Stallone Alagan Review: Second Third

The 2nd third had some good note transitions and it mellowed slightly in the middle. The char turned into a meaty note and the cedar turned a bit darker with oak. The sweetness is still there and it turned into a brown sugar.

Stallone Alagan Review: Final Third

Those flavors turned even more and ended with a nice cocoa and burnt honey. the only thing I experienced negatively was the muddling of the flavors at the end. They were pungent and unevenly mixed. But that was literally at the last inch of the cigar. The intensity of the retro hale was kicked down a couple of notches and had an even burn.

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Timothy W. Greene

Has been rolling, smoking, and enjoying cigars since 2017. "Cigars combine flavors, it's up to us to discover each one".