This cigar has a somewhat veiny medium dark wrapper. The aromas from the foot are very light. The cold draw is perfect. Tonight’s beverage is a (512) Brewing Pecan Porter.
The initial flavor is rich earthy tobacco. The retohale is very smooth with a light touch of white pepper. The ash is firm and the burn is perfect.
In the first third the flavor profile remains earthy tobacco with a somewhat dry finish. The retohale remains unchanged. The ash is light grey and solid. The burn remains perfect. Not being a fan of ash in my lap, I tapped off a very solid chunk at about one inch.
During the second third a touch of sweetness joins the flavor profile, although it may be from the pecan in the ale. The earthy quality of the flavor profile remains strongest. The retohale remains smooth and very lightly peppery. The ash remains solid and the burn remains perfect.
Approaching the final inch the flavor profile remains basically the same. Not one-dimensional though. Very rich and flavorful. Definitely medium bodied. The ash and burn remain excellent. This is a very well constructed cigar with nice complexity.
9.8/10, Joe Bob says check it out.