Wrapper: San Andres Morron
Filler: Nicaraguan and Mexican Long filler with Honduran Maduro
The mid-section of this cigar is where the spice picks up. There was still a good amount of earth, but the sweetness and spiciness for the focal point. There was also a mild leather flavor that started to introduce itself. This was one of the first traditional cigars that actually left a sweet chocolate coating on my tongue.
I think that if you are a fan of the Camacho Triple Maduro, you may really enjoy this cigar, especially since it is much cheaper. The flavor is very good and has a medium to full body. If this cigar burned better, I would have given it a better score, but I think a 7.25 out of 10 is a good score for this one.
Zack the Stogie Man