On the appearance the wrapper on this cigar is no oily, is a little rough and not “very pleasing to the eye, but it is pleasing to the eye as the petit bouque vitola, also denotes a certain mastery of the torcedor.
On pre light notes gives me weet earthl and grain, perhaps specifying I dare say it was wheat.
I decided before light this cigar i split into 2 parts and not three, as I feel that the assessment for 3/3 does not give much for the size of the cigar.
The lighting is quite easy and it has a small tip, the draw is a bit tight because of the shape of it, after a few puffs the draw is opening and began with subtle notes of young leather to the step nose and nutty notes on the palate, a hint of sweetness encounter which is too subtle for scoring that is, in the half of the 1st half is added cedar with a small increase in strength, which feel medium body, and to end the first half, cocoa notes emerge leather accompanied more present.
at the beginning of this half still rulers leather notes and feel an increase in leather and a decline in cocoa. a few puffs after, white pepper notes and some wet ground and noticed a slow in deciphering toasted and almost coming to the end of the smoke I discover a smokey wood.
Definitely a cigar is very gratifying, enjoyable? enough! a little pricey but putting it in perspective, the torcido justifies its price. As a friend says: a Russian roulette, because this cigar just as I had disappointments, but when it goes well, is a delight with a tremendous boom in Cuban soil mouth.