Plasencia Cosecha 146 is an exclusive blend of tobacco from their 2011-2012 harvest. This harvest or Cosecha marked the 146th harvest of the family’s inaugural tobacco crop of 1865. 

This is a cigar that you should stop what you are doing and enjoy every moment. The pre-light draw is creamy, a little mix of cocoa, and sweet. Due to the time and harvest of this cigar one should stop and enjoy the presentation and experience, even if they continue to make it it might not be the same.

The light has a spicy beginning with slight pepper notes BUT the retrohale, will deliver more pepper in a balanced fashion. The smoke will be pleasant as the tongue receives a sensation you might not be able to describe other than pleasant and amazing. As you continue you will get creamy notes, cinnamon, and red pepper. The 146 Cosecha has a very interesting, unique flavor profile with a lot of complexity. It’s just under medium in strength but it is so balanced and ready for you to enjoy. 

Format: Robusto Gordo
Size:  5¼ x 52
Wrapper:   Honduras (Criollo ’98)
Binder:  Nicaragua (Criollo ’98)
Filler:  Nicaragua (Criollo ’98) | Honduras (Criollo ’98)

Available Sizes:

  • La Musica: 5 x 50
  • La Vega: 5¼ x 52
  • San Agustin: 6¼ x 52
  • San Luis: 5¾ x 54
  • Monte Carlo: 6 x 58

Stogie Geek Rating: Box Worthy

Plasencia Cosecha 146
Plasencia Cosecha 146

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