$7. - $10.
Size: 6'" x 54
Wrapper: Nicaraguan Habano Oscuro
Strength: Medium / Full
Prelight: Sweet tobacco, cedar, hay and oak wood.
Classic Nicaraguan peppery start, salty, cocoa, spice, sweet wood, light coffee and earth.
Perfect draw, straight burn, starts off as a medium body, white gray ash.
The pepper has almost faded completely with the spice very much intact as the dominate note.
The flavor is more a rich milk chocolate, with a bit of espresso with a hint of oak and hay.
The aroma is very pleasant in the air off this cigar in the patio.
Could be creamery to off-set the spice for my taste, remains in the medium to full range.
Burn has required no corrections and the draw has remained excellent.
The cigar is now getting a little creamery with the prevailing spice notes winning out and a nice after taste on the palette.
The notes of light milk chocolate, espresso, oak, and hay all remain.
For me a medium full body stick, with a slight nicotine buzz.
Cigar has been cool burning with my slow draws, keeping the flavors manageable.
This cigar reminds me of the Pinolero by AJ Fernandez that is a little smoother and less expensive.
Smoke time 1hr 30 min
Score 7.8 out of 10