So this is only my second Indian Tabac to smoke and I wanted to try a more mild cigar because this last one that I smoked was their Super Fuerte Maduro and it was quite dark and bold, almost a little too much, but I will probably smoke one again someday anyway.
This cigar is made in Nestor Plasenciaâ€™s Honduran factory, each is draped in cedar, concealing a flawless, Connecticut-seed wrapper leaf underneath. This leaf is grown under Ecuadorâ€™s natural mountain mist, yielding an exceedingly smooth wrapper with an oily sheen, yet I found that the wrapper flaked off at the tip after I cut it.
Quite frankly, since the maduro smoke was so bold and heavy, I expected more from this lighter stick.Â I liked the flavor and the draw was quite good, plenty of smoke, it just wasn’t as heavy as I was hoping.Â My next purchase will probably be the Natural wrapper, which is between this one and the Super Fuerte.
I’ll rate this cigar at a B.Â This would be a good smoke for someone who likes lighter cigars or perhaps a beginning smoker.
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