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Dunbarton Tobacco and Trust Sin Compromiso

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COMPANY

Dunbarton Tobacco and Trust

BRAND

Sin Compromiso

SIZE

No. 5 Parejo, 6 x 54

ORIGIN

Nicaragua

WRAPPER

San Andrés Negro

MSRP

$17.45

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.

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This cedar-sleeved beauty has a smooth and silky wrapper. Aromas from the foot are cocoa and coffee. The cold draw is perfect. This morning’s beverage is a Steep18 Cold Brew Coffee. The initial flavors are cocoa and coffee. The retrohale is smooth with just the right amount of black pepper. The burn is very even. In the first third some cedar notes join the flavor profile. This is a smooth medium to full bodied cigar. The pepper in the retrohale has backed off a bit. The burn remains very even. During the second third complexity of flavors remains excellent. The retrohale is smooth with just the right amount of pepper. The burn remains very even. This cigar is very consistent. The construction is excellent and the complexity of flavors remains perfect. The cigar does progress to a full bodied smoke.