Wrapper: Ecuadorian Sumatra
Filler: Nicaraguan, Dominican
Brahman: 5 1/2 x 54
We have all commented how this cigar required some aging before smoking. It seemed to do wonders for me sitting the pre-release version, and smoking a post production version seems to also have the same effect.
I still got a complex flavor profile of earth, nut, exotic spice coffee, cream, and melon sweetness. I didn’t pick up any hickory notes, but the melon sweetness seemed to have a longer effect. It is a medium to full strength, medium to full-bodied smoke. The cigar continues to deliver an excellent burn and draw.
I will say, thus far I do believe the Brahman (Toro) is the best smoking size for this particular blend. It’s the one I deem worthy of a box-split.