This stick has very smooth medium brown wrapper with a tapered head. The cold draw is perfect. Today’s beverage is a cold Topo Chico.
The initial draw reveals a nice medium bodied cigar with taloasty tobacco flavors. The ash is mottled grey and the burn looks like it may need some attention.
In the first third the flavor profile is mostly toasty tobacco with a light sweetness. This is a medium bodied smoke. The retohale is very smooth. The ash has already lost some body ( albeit the wind today), and the burn is going a bit diagonal.
During the second third the sweetness increases, blending well with the toasty flavor profile. The ash was holding steady until the wind blew the cigar off of the ashtray and knocked it off. The burn is now even.
Approaching the final inch the smoke is heating up a bit although the flavors are remaining steady. The ash cracks and drops at intervals and the burn is still at a diagonal.