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Location: This review was made indoors.
Wrapper: Light in colour, tiny veins.
Construction: A little uneven but it’s an shortfiller after all. Some spongy spots but good feel overall.
Cold draw: Hay and fresh cut grass.
1st third: Medium roasted coffee, 65% dark chocolate, grass, sandalwood and hay. It has a tough draw. Dry finish in the mouth.
2nd third: There is a sweetness there like a cornetto cone, there is also some citrus notes. I think the sandalwood is what’s drying out the mouth.
The burn: Burns slow and pretty steady, firm and stable ash with some flaky parts, and it’s white.
Smoke: Voluminous and cool to the touch.
3rd third: There is a slight bitterness like bitter almonds. There is also some salty taste.
Conclusion: What a roller-coaster of tastes, I don’t know if I like it. No I’m not a fan of it, Royal Danish Cigars have better choices. Not for this money but I’d rather spend more to get a higher quality cigar.
Result: In my book this is a 84 point cigar.