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Location: This review was made outdoors, 18°C, a little windy but still sunny. Only water was drank during the review.
Wrapper: Light brown, milk chocolate in colour. Silky smooth, tiny veins.
Construction: Firm even feel. Cold draw: Hay.
1st third: Medium roasted coffee, pencil wood, cinnamon not in powder form, more like in stick form and brown sugar.
2nd third: Steady flavours from part 1. There is some heat appearing in the back of the mouth, similar to cayenne pepper.
The burn: Burns steady, sharp, white-ish ash, but sadly the ash falls way to easy.
Smoke: Pretty voluminous, medium on the heat.
3rd third: Slight roasted coffee notes and the peppery notes are gone.
Conclusion: Enjoyable smoke with a cup of coffee, perfect for the afternoon.
Result: In my book this is a 89 point cigar.