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Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust Sobremesa




Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust




Corona Grande, 5.25 X 44




Ecuadoran Rosado Habano


$9 - $11.99

The cigar had a dark and hearty looking wrapper with a lot of noticeable oils. The cigar was very firm in the hand and had an incredibly smooth draw. There was a nice sweet, rich tobacco note on the pre-light nose and taste. The mouth-feel was incredibly creamy with an underlying black pepper spiciness. There was a dark fruit-like sweetness in the taste. The body built, as did the spiciness of the cigar. It finished full but was never overwhelming. The full flavors never let up and developed as the cigar was smoked. The burn was incredibly even and produced a long nearly white ash. It had a full aroma with more sweet tones and white peppery spice. Overall this was a cigar bursting with full spicy flavors and aroma with a subtle full body that left a long lasting impression.

With full flavors such as baking spices, chocolate, licorice, and a nice natural sweetness, this cigar is special and elegant from start to finish.
What an amazing cigar! steve saka knows what the hell he is doing that is for sure. The light sweetness on this cigar goes perfect with the other notes on this cigar. I would rate this a 10 if I could
Great cigar, ya can\'t go wrong with anything from DTT!
If you want to taste a well balanced cigar with it’s proper “umami” try this stick.
I enjoy these cigars. Half Churchill is my favorite size.
Great cigar. Flavors are on point.
Well balanced, medium to medium plus blend. It has some of the expected Nica pepper to it, but it also transitioned a couple of times. Construction is always on point.
incredible flavors and construction on this. i love every one that i smoke!
Truly awesome cigar! You just can\'t go wrong with this gem!!!
Awesome cigar as expected from Steve Saka. A nice spicy full body cigar. Solid smoke from start to finish. Highly recommended!!
Wrapper looked a bit \"rustic,\" but smelled wonderful and the cigar had a nice firm bunch. (By rustic, I mean it was not perfectly flat and smooth, which does not bother me.) Clipped easily and had a perfect draw. First puff revealed a complexity that was more than I expected, and knowing how exacting Mr. Saka is with his cigars, my expectations were pretty high. A huge mouthful of toasted tobacco and leather with a light spiciness. The burn was razor-straight and the ash was light grey and firm. Medium to full bodied cigar, plenty of smoke. Pepper notes kicked in after the first third of the cigar, smoother leather tones and steady strong tobacco flavors. A light sweetness developed on the lips, and the cigar did not heat up. At the 2/3 mark, some cinnamon notes developed to mix with the other flavors, which continued to deepen until I was forced to put the cigar down with less than 1\" left.
This offering from Steve Saka is great. This being my favorite size in the line, it\'s a must try!
This cigar was loaded with flavor and offered in this great, smaller format. I\'m excited to see how these age out over time. Spicy, full-bodied and full flavored.