From first draw, the Dominican Corojo delivers full force, deep and rich dry white pepper spice. The spice leaves a thick coating of oily pepper zing on my entire tongue. In addition, distinctive notes of charred wood and bread. Half inch in, a nice medium bodied sweet cream enters the profile, thankfully combating with the powerful spice. Through the nose, thick and nose stinging white pepper spice and bread. The finish lingers with charred wood, pepper zing and seeded jalapeno like spiciness (the kind that’s spicy but still able to taste flavors). Strength starts out medium but only a half inch in, ramps up to a medium full, giving me a cloudy head. Body is at a consistent medium throughout the entire first third.