Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Por Larranaga Montecarlos 70s


The wrapper cannot be called rough, but it isn't even fine... let's say: something in between... it's matt and colorado colored.... The cigar itself is at some age between 30 and 40 years but the smell which reaches the nose when removing the cello is impressing, being dominated by honey and tobacco.....

The first third is full of flavors of milk coffee, hazelnut and some hints of cedar wood... wow.... the smoke is very smooth.... it's a pleasure to nose-exhale and feel the flavor...

During the second third caramell is coming up, some nutmeg and the milk coffee (which was very creamy) switches over to dark roasted coffee beans... everything is on the intensive side now...

In the last third there is still the caramell in the background, also roasted coffee... honey and walnut coming up and giving you an impressing moment of joy....

The cigar started mild but got stronger during the smoke and after a smoking time of 1.5 hrs. I only thought: Wow! Impressing what experience this old, rolled tobacco can give to you.....

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