A very nice looking cigar with a nice smooth wrapper. Light sweet notes from the foot in the perfect cold draw. Pairing with a 903 Sabor por Favor Mexican Lager.
The initial flavors are light and tasty with notes of toasted tobacco. The ash looks good at this point and the burn is even.
In the first third the flavor profile picks up a bit of spice on the tongue and palate. The ash is light grey and solid. The burn remains even. The beer is a light lager that adds very little to the flavor but is a good sip between puffs.
During the second third the flavor picks up to a solid medium body. The profile changes very little, although the spices are more cinnamon than pepper at this point. The ash has solidified and the burn remains even.
Approaching the final inch the flavor profile remains steady, a nice complexity of light sweetness and toasty tobacco. The ash is solid, although I tapped it just past the second third to avoid ashing my lap. The burn is excellent.
Overall a very good medium bodied experience. The construction and complexity are very good to excellent. 9.5/10, Joe Bob says check it out.
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