This cigar has a dark brown rustic wrapper. The bunch seems a bit stiff, bout the cold draw is fine. This afternoon’s beverage is a cold Topo Chico.
The cigar starts out very smooth. The even draw is producing lots of thick smoke. The initial flavors are light and hard to identify in this surprisingly mild smoke. The burn is already uneven but the ash seems solid.
Some floral notes appear in the first inch, but overall this is a very light bodied cigar. The ash is correcting itself the ash is solid.
During the second third the ash dropped in my lap. The body picks up to a medium bodied smoke. A very light rum note has joined the flavor profile. Some white pepper notes are in the retrohale The burn remains mostly even. The ash is somewhat unstable and drops randomly.
Approaching the final inch a bit of cedar joins the flavor profile. This is definitely a mild to medium bodied cigar. Fairly weak complexity but excellent construction. 80