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Location: This review was made outdoors, during a chilly afternoon with 10°C.
Wrapper: Milk chocolate brown, silky smooth with no protruding veins what so ever.
Construction: Pretty firm.
Cold draw: Herbs and hay.
1st third: Oakwood in the roof of the mouth, a chilli type spiciness in the back and a creamy hazelnuts on the sides.
2nd third: Lightly toasted wood, hazelnuts and now leather aswell, no spicy notes left.
The burn: A little wonky burn, stable white ash.
Smoke: Voluminous white smoke and cool to the touch.
3rd third: Keeps pretty much the same, a little nutmeg, no spicy note but maybe a little herb.
Conclusion: Good cigar for autumn or winter since the flavours keeps strong even though it’s cold outside.
Result: In my book this is a 89 point cigar.