The cigar started with a very smooth profile and as it went along, lost the cream which left a primarily oak and baking spice note. Smooth is a great descriptor for this cigar. Maybe the best Archetype I've had thus far.
Initially available only at select tobacconists, the Chapter 2 cigars sold out almost immediately in July 2016, when demand surpassed the available supply. With inventory restored, these Drew Estate-produced cigars will be more readily obtainable for fans of the Archetype brand.
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.
PSyKo Seven Connecticut is expertly crafted in the Dominican Republic with an exclusive blend of premium of seven tobaccos. It sits apart from others in the PSyKo Seven collection with its lighter wrapper, serving up a more mild-bodied experience.
From June 1st -19th, Phillips & King International and its family of brands, Ventura Cigar Company, 4th Generation and Comoy’s Pipe Tobacco, will partner together with brick and mortar shops across the U.S. for a series of special “Fathers, Friends and Fire” tasting events.