“Overall I thought that this was a pretty straight forward cigar, at least in this vitola. The primary components were wood, baking spices, and cream, but there were moments where brown sugar, salt, and cream cheese were apparent in the first half. The second half was more earthy and peppery. The final burn time was about an hour and 10 minutes and the performed pretty well overall, but did need a few minor touch ups. I’d be curious to smoke this cigar in the lonsdale format to see how it compares as this robusto extra was a bit underwhelming. I think this cigar would be a good candidate for some aging to see if it brings out a bit more complexity and nuance. ”
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