I like the flavored present now. There are certain cigars that perform best young. Others need age because young they aren't very enjoyable. If you like em young/fresh, smoke now. I think this one has potential to explode with flavor come 6-12 months downtime.Yeah, this was a lay up for ya C!
Just wanted to get a "blind" perspective on the taste.
Thanks for the kind words, Caesar. Again, apologies it took WAY too long to post this. Pretty weak on my part.Excellent review. Glad you enjoyed the stick. They are something else.
I’ve noticed that sometime we do that to ourselves. We acquire a certain something that stands out in our memory and can be difficult to shake. Maybe try some orange, citrus, or lemon lime soda with your next Aganorsa and see if there is any change. Water alone is great but the acidity in those sugary beverages helps clean out your palate. If your not into soda, try a sparking water flavored with citrus of some kind.Thanks for the kind words, Caesar. Again, apologies it took WAY too long to post this. Pretty weak on my part.
Certainly right on how good it was though, although that's true with most of what Kyle Gellis is doing these days. The La Reina has me wondering now if that "Aganorsa malt" I've been getting from all my Illusiones/Casa Fernandez/Warped lately is all in my head.
Great review and pictures! I enjoy Sam Adams Oktoberfest as well, it's a nice change up from my stout heavy rotation. My kids still do this and they are 12/10/8. They are like cats, buy them an expensive toy and they play with the boxes.My pairing is a nice neutral beer, Sam Adams Octoberfest. I really enjoy the Marzen/Vienna Lager style, and while some craft beer snobs might scoff, I think Sam Adams does this one really well… I look forward to it every year.
(Nevermind the pile of toys & boxes in the foreground of the mountain picture... my 3 year-old son insists that's a solidly-built house...)
Thanks, Caesar for giving me an opportunity to have such a rare cigar. I enjoyed it!