Very nice looking corona with a smooth wrapper. Some ligero evident in the foot, which has a light, sweet aroma. The cold draw is a bit tight. Today’s beverage is a 903 Texas Mud Pie Stout, which should go well considering the amount of ligero.
The draw opens after the initial light. The smoke is thick with a sweet cinnamon flavor profile. It starts on the strong end of medium bodied. The ash is mottled grey and the burn is perfect.
In the first third the body settles to a solid medium. The ash taps off easily. The flavor profile remains lightly sweet with some cinnamon notes. Some toasty notes begin to emerge. The retrohale is light and smooth. The burn remains steady.
During the second third the flavor profile remains steady with a touch more strength, probably from the ligero. The ash remains tappable. The burn remains steady.
Approaching the final inch the retrohale has picked up in strength while remaining smooth with a touch of white pepper. The flavor profile remains steady. The burn remains perfect.
Overall a very pleasant smoking experience. 9.5/10, Joe Bob says check it out.