Little history on this guy , the habano wasn’t introduced into the market until after IPCPR in July. The other two Cojonu’s though were introduced in March of 2012.
Size: 6 1/2 x 54
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano
With the first couple of puffs I got a very nice peppery blast but not too overwhelming. That quickly died down and turned drastically into a fantastic coco and caramel mixture along with a little bit of woodenness. The first third was very well balanced and just all around well blended.
Now with the second third I got an odd almost lemon flavor along with a great cedar flavor which stayed around for most of the second third. But at the same time still getting that pepper blast along with the caramel that we had in the first third.
Third and final third I got almost exactly the same as the second third but just a little more spice, now I’m not a big fan of spice but Papin’s spicy Nicaraguan tobacco for some reason I just really do love.
All and all this stick stayed pretty much the same all the way through, so not a very complex cigar but I surely did enjoy it. Gob bless and see you all in two weeks.