The cigar is presented as a product of excellent manufacture. It emanates spicy and deep aromas, also attributable to balsamic hints. The first puffs release very interesting aromas of peanuts, accompanied by a sweet nuance attributable to black cherry. Continuing with the smoke we encounter important hints of cocoa and coffee, perhaps the protagonist of this smoke. Particular also the citrus nuances that contrast with the important character of the cigar. We also find pepper and different types of spices, which gradually increase in intensity. The finish is characterized by toasted hints and leather. Important and highly satisfying smoke; highly recommended to all lovers of character cigars
Wow. This is 'deep'. What can I say. A full and complex cigar. Right from the light and draw, hit by a hot peppery burn - the closed foot meant I could get the full hit of the wrapper immediately: a foolhardy retrohale game me sinuses of black pepper, but not the unbearable sharper white pepper I get from some other sticks. I put this down to quite literally drawing as lighting. Once past the light up, the retrohale has no sting and is a very pleasant leather, subtle coffee with woody notes too. Leaves a toasted nutty flavour in the mouth. I paired this with little sips of Havana Club rum. Good times. Good construction and lots of smoke. Southern Draw is a great brand. Do not miss the sampler! Salut.
Southern Draw: Jacobs Ladder - Double Ligero Toro
- Strength: Full
- Length: 6"
- Ring Gauge: 52