Plasencia Cigars has joined forces with Davidoff of Geneva Since 1911 to create Plasencia Cigars for Davidoff of Geneva Since 1911, a limited-edition belicoso. Effective May 2, the cigar will be available for sale.
The Plasencia Alma Fuerte Robustus is quite inviting. I don't find the strength to be as much as some do with this line, but the body is definitely present and with that is a great amount of flavors. Complex with some awesome transitioning and depth throughout, the cigar will not disappoint.
It'll be a disservice to not retrohale the Plasencia Cosecha 146 La Vega as it's the best part of it, giving full notes of dried nuts and black pepper. The strength build up helped the cigar to not be mundane rather attention grabbing. All in all, I would smoke one again but not in a rush to reach for more.
Plasencia Cosecha 146 is an exquisite combination of tobacco leaves from Plasencia Cigars’ 146th harvest (2011-2012 crop). The leaves were grown in the best regions of Honduras and Nicaragua to produce a unique flavor profile, resulting from blending the crops of two great tobacco countries.
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.
Alma del Campo is a creamy and smooth, medium-plus cigar made with tobacco from Nicaragua. Alma del Campo is a complex smoke and has a perfect balance showing flavors of coffee and nuts, with a touch of spice.