Sponsored by Kind Cigars.
Location: This review was made outdoors, on a foggy afternoon with 17°C.
Wrapper: Light brown, more like a cognac brown color. It’s oily with some light texture of the veins.
Construction: A little squishy but still feels well filled.
Cold draw: Herbs & spices, white pepper and cedar wood.
1st third: Caramel, oak wood, medium roasted coffee and a touch of 65% chocolate.
2nd third: Smoothness out to s joyful afternoon cup of café au lait, creamy and dreamy.
The burn: White, firm ash, not even a flaky part. Burns pretty straight.
Smoke: Voluminous and cool.
3rd third: Gets a little stronger, but just a smidge, like dark roasted coffee with a touch of black pepper.
Conclusion: A good cigar to match with a cup of café au lait.
Result: In my book this is a 90 point cigar.