Dunbarton Tobacco and Trust Sin Compromiso
An impressive looking larger cigar with a traditional type of box press. The wrapper had a deep reddish-brown hue and was silky smooth to the touch. Cedar on the pre-light nose with a sweet undertone that was also noticed in the pre-light taste. There was a very slight resistance on the draw that allowed it to deliver generous amounts of smoke to the palate with ease. Once lit, the smoke immediately had a dense, creamy, almost chewy texture. It had a good amount of spicy pepper notes when retro-haling the smoke through the nose which lingered but never overwhelmed the senses. It maintained a dominating creaminess throughout the duration of the cigar. The aroma had a mild tobacco sweetness with some cedar that matched the flavor profile of the cigar. Medium bodied with a longer, fuller finish in the second half. The burn was slow, incredibly even and produced a long white ash. This was a hearty cigar that had a lot of balance and an incredibly smooth personality.