There's no doubt there's youth and edge, but not so much that you cannot ID the true flavors behind the cigar. I'll give this cigar another 2 to 3 years to let it settle into what it is supposed to be.
This being the fourth blend reviewed, this is my favorite tasting cigar in the Sacra Folium portfolio. The richness in roasted nuttiness with a hint of creamed sweetness mixed with black coffee was consistent and tasty.
This would be more of a special occasion smoke and in that regard, the cigar doesn't disappoint. If you reach for this cigar, make sure it's something you can dedicate the time to uninterrupted as it deserves your full attention to get all of the flavors it presents. I would gladly smoke more of these when the opportunity presents itself.
This sophomore release from Plasencia is the best cigar they have released year to date. The flavor profile is complex with a nice bit of depth and it has this great medium-full body and strength level throughout. Why the company did not have their own brand years ago baffles me, but I am glad they are here now.
The floral notes the cigar provides are very nice, for those that enjoy such things as I do. While price doesn't factor into our scores, it's worth noting that this cigar carries an attractive price tag, so it could be something enjoyed often and be something for budget smokers to seek out.
The cigar started with a nice mix of flavors and transitions but soon settled into a standard creamy cedar profile. The strength was medium plus the whole way, so more experienced smokers would probably be more comfortable with this.
This is a good Connecticut that I would say fits within the fairly traditional Connecticut profile. I wouldn't hesitate one bit in smoking more of these and would really like to try one in the morning with some coffee.