Filler: Honduran and Nicaraguan
Price: $7.00 - $8.00
This wrapper has a very nice medium brown wrapper to it. There are a couple thin veins running through it, but none of them pose any threat to the burn pattern. The cap of this cigar appears to be wrapped instead of layered and it comes to a little twist at the end.
The stick itself is pretty solid. The foot is a little softer than the rest of the cigar, but other than that, there are no soft spots. The smell coming off of this cigar was a bit unique. It was slightly sweet, and slightly bitter. This cigar cut very clean, which surprised me because of the wrapper cap. And it was also very easy to light.
Right about an inch of the way in, there is a slight woodiness that comes out. Along with the woodiness came a nice creaminess. Once the creaminess came out the cinnamon flavor became very mellow and almost non-existent. I noticed that the wrapper started to peel slightly, which made me a bit angry, but it wasn’t too bad. I wet my finger, held the leaf down, and the wrapper stayed for the most part.