Sponsored by Tektor Cigars.
Location: This review was made outdoors, on a foggy day with 17°C.
Update: Info & Size.
Wrapper: Gotland, Connecticut Broadleaf
Binder: Gotland, Connecticut Broadleaf
Filler: Gotland, Criollo 98
Size: 5.5×52, Robusto.
Wrapper: It’s light in colour, with some green hue. It’s smooth and has tiny veins.
Construction: Even firm feel. Cold draw: Fresh cut grass, oregano and basil.
1st third: Birch wood, weed, rice a touch of tea. It’s very light on the flavours not harsh at all.
2nd third: Still very smooth, no sudden changes. I start getting a note of raisins.
The burn: Burns a little wonky but nothing to dramatic. The ash is crispy, white and stable.
Smoke: Very fluffy and voluminous. Cool to the touch.
3rd third: Still smooth, flavours from previous parts keeps steady.
Conclusion: An easy cigar to smoke, no sudden tastes that where surprising. Perfect cigar to smoke while reading a book.
A little fun fact behind Tektor Cigars, his cigars are actually grown on Gotland an island of the Swedish east coast. Not this particular blend but his rest work is. By one man only, who was curious if it was possible to make a Swedish cigar and here we have the results, it’s possible.
Result: In my book this is an 89 point cigar.