Cigar reviews – 99 words or less
Some tobacco crops outshine their counterparts. This was the case in 2014 when the Plasencia family harvested their 149th crop. To mark the occasion, Plasencia released the Cosecha 149, a Honduran puro cigar with aged tobaccos from several distinct growing regions. After a very bitter cocoa taste on the cold draw, I drew in lots of wood and milk chocolate. Plum and black cherry sprang into the scene before the first third closed. A cocoa undercurrent took hold, mixing with campfire, then wood and earth. Poor airflow and an uneven burn made me work too hard to enjoy it.