jquest63 Posted March 18, 2010 Share Posted March 18, 2010 Trinidad Coloniales Appearance: milk chocolate wrapper Construction: Flawless, smooth with very small veins, nicely executed pig tail cap, firm and well packed with a little spring when pinched, the cigar foot was clean and straight Pre-light aroma/flavor: rich musky tobacco Light: Lit quickly and evenly Burn: Burned evenly the entire length. Smoke was cool from start to finish. Overall, excellent burn quality Flavor: Bitter and sweet elements were very well balanced from the start to finish. Flavors detected were very fine earthy tobacco, creamy coffee, sweet hay, madeira mushroom sauce, nutmeg, charred wood. Started off briefly with the charred wood/earthy tobacconess and quickly settled down to creamy backbone with other flavors dancing throughout. Smoke: Thick, velvety mouthfeel and cigar generated a good amount of smoke Aroma: Pleasant woody/tobacco aroma Strength: Starts off medium and progressively gains in strength to med/full Draw: Nice draw, not too loose Time: Solid hour General Comments: Overall excellent smoke, well balanced and love the size. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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