Let’s see if this Honcho is in charge.
This dark, oily and veiny wrapper topped with an amazing band is a sight to behold.
The smell from fresh is a little barnyard with a lot of minerals thrown in.
Lighting up greets you with thick, chewy smoke with a white pepper finish.
I remember the first time I tried roasted chestnuts and this cigar tastes exactly the same. BTW roasted chestnuts taste horrible!
From the halfway mark this cigar showed promise with flavours of faint leather, digestive biscuits and mild pepper, unfortunately it started to tunnel really bad and all I got from here on is charred wood and bitter espresso.
Overall pretty average.