The lead components are a wide variety of matured Virginias from around the world ranging from the more obvious orange to some brights with reds and brown to beef up the experience. They provide an abundance of tart and tangy citrus, grass, hay, bread, vegetation, some sugar, tangy ripe and dried dark fruits, earth, wood, tartly sour lemon, floralness, mild spice, herbs, light stewed fruit, and a bare hint of acidity. The natural Habano grown cigar offers plenty of earth, wood, floralness, mildly peaty vegetation, tart and tangy citrus and darker fruit, a little tea, cedar, herbs, grass, smoke, and pepper. It’s a notch ahead of the condiment level. The fruity rum moderately tones down the tobaccos. The strength and taste levels just reach the medium threshold. The nic-hit is a step and a half below that mark. There’s no chance or bite or harshness. Barely has any rough notes. Mildly moist, deeply rich and well balanced, it burns cool and clean at a reasonable rate with a very consistent fruity, sweet, floral, mildly peppery, vegetative, slightly smoky flavor that extends to the pleasant, lightly lingering after taste. The room note is a tad stronger. Barely leaves any dampness in the bowl. Requires an average number of relights. Can be an all day smoke. Four stars.
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