Sponsored by Royal Danish Cigars / Kind Cigars.
This is only a test of the tobacco not a review of the finished product.
Location: This review was made outdoors, on a sunny and warm day. 19°C.
Wrapper: It looks ruff, with protruding veins. Sandy feel, medium brown shade.
Construction: Soft but still has some firm feeling to it, no uneven spots.
Cold draw: Herbs & spices, fresh cut grass, hay.
1st third: Fresh cut cedar, white & green pepper and a touch of oak. There is something more I can’t put my finger on it, but very familiar.
2nd third: The biggest change is that it has smoothened out. The blend feels very familiar.
The burn: Burns a little wonky, stable ash, gray and white marbled ash.
Smoke: It’s cool and voluminous, flows consistently which is a little worrying.
3rd third: Same taste notes as part 2.
Conclusion: The blend reminds me of the green umami blend. But better.
Result: In my book this is a 88 point cigar.