Wrapper: Connecticut Broadleaf
Size: 4.5 x 60
There is a nice dark brown shade to this cigar with minimal veins running through the wrapper. The wrapper has a sweet and peppery aroma to it and feels well packed from head to foot. After snipping the cap off the cigar has a cocoa flavor to it.
The cigar kicks off with that Nicaraguan pepper but quickly opens to that cocoa I was picking up in the cold draw. The draw is free and is burning at a decent pace. The burn line is pretty even and slow.
The chocolate flavor is still there but is now met with a sweet coffee in the background. The pepper still shows itself every once and a while. The burn is still even and cool.
The chocolate flavor has now faded to the back and the coffee has made its way to the forefront and is introduced with a wood flavor. The burn stayed relatively even and burned cold and slow.
I enjoy these cigars. They have a nice group of flavors and are well constructed. AJ Fernandez has really becoming a big presence in cigar blending these past few years. Well that’s just my opinion get out there and try em.
Keep em burnin’