mazolaman Posted April 17, 2010 Share Posted April 17, 2010 Hi, As others have reviewed most of the Cubans that I smoke,I thought I'd do a lesser known Nicaraguan. This is the only organic cigar I know of. Technically,only the Nicaraguan filler is organic,with a Sumatra binder,and an Ecuadorian wrapper. Construction is excellent,with a seemless wrapper,and a good cap. If anything,it seems a little tight. look out for the fox in the background.... After cutting,the draw is perfect,with a really sweet tasting wrapper,and a sweet tabacco aroma. the first third has a really raisiny flavour,with alot of cream,and is mild to medium. Slow burn,that burns even,with a good draw. middle third,gets a little stronger still with loads of cream and raisin,and a little vanilla. still burning well,ash refuses to fall into my keyboard, Final third,more taste of tobacco comes through,still with cream,and a little spice. This was a lovely,well made cigar,that burned well,without racing to the end. Mild to medium,with a nice sweet taste. Better made than several Cubans I have had recently. A very individual cigar,with a raisiny flavour I haven't tasted before. Kevin. Don't think the photos worked,techno fool,sorry! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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