This is the only cigar you will find in a perfecto tube that is not a La Aurora. But it’s manufactured by LA. This cigar has a rustic Habano wrapper. The aromas from the foot are light and nutty. The cold draw is perfect. Tonight’s beverage is a Shiner Bock.
The initial flavors are a pecan-like nuttiness with hints of savory spices. The retrohale has white pepper and pecan notes. The cigar is burning evenly.
The flavors in the first third have taken on the quality of a good steak with a thyme-based rub. Extremely savory. The smoke is very smooth and thick. The burn is mostly even and the ash is solid but drops right at the one third mark.
During the second third the spices overtake the meaty flavors. There is also a light cedar note joins the flavor profile. The burn remains very even. The white pepper notes remain even in the retrohale.
Approaching the final inch the complexity of flavors remains excellent. The construction of the cigar is excellent. The burn remains even and the ash is solid. 88