Cigar of the Month- Clark & Sheffield
Wrapper offered nice flavor and aroma. Cigar got off to a crooked burn. I thought I’d wait it out and see what happens, rather than touch it up. Unfortunately, the cigar went out, so I was forced to relight. Smoke picked up in spiciness after the first inch. Because of the loose draw I had to be careful not to draw too often to keep the cigar from turning bitter or hot. Cigar started to burn unevenly again, so I let it burn, and whad’ya know, it straightened right out and burned beautifully. The cigar has a little note of peppery spice on the finish. The flavors started to bloom around the 1/2way mark. Peppery notes inched-up a bit, while the nutmeg flavor remained constant. I was now more interested in seeing what would come next. From that point on the smoke was very consistent. Some notes of espresso leaked-in, but this was primarily a very rich-tasting smoke with dark, spicy tobacco flavors.
Diamond Crown Maximus Toro #4
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