Attractive small cigar with a smooth natural wrapper. Aromas from the foot are light and slightly sweet. The cold draw is perfect.
The initial draw has has a light spice note over a light to medium body woody base. The retrohale is very smooth. The burn and ash start off even.
In the first third the wood develops into a nice oak and the spice is a light black pepper. The ash and burn remain steady.
During the second third the smoke settles into a pleasant medium body. The flavor notes remain fairly steady while rounding out with a toasted tobacco note. The ash remains mostly solid, falling in a solid chunk at about half way, and the burn remains even.
Approaching the final inch, the cigar remains medium bodied and smooth. The flavor profile continues to be very good with no other noticeable differences. The ash continues to be solid after the break and the burn remains very even.
This is a very good example of a short cigar that is all business. I am becoming a fan of the 4×44 format as it gives one a good feel for the smoke while leaving time for more variety if you are smoking more than one or if you’re pressed for time. The finish is light and pleasant. Overall, this one earns 9.6/10. Joe Bob says check it out.
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