Review from Stogierate.com (~Doc)
TASTING NOTES: The Anacaona is light and delicate from the outset. The initial flavors were of roasted nuts and a buttery natural tobacco sweetness. Retro haling the smoke brought out light wood notes. The cigar was easy on the palate and nose when retro haling and I can’t think of a single reason why most people wouldn’t find this a delightful smoke. The thing that really impresses me about these perfectos is the awesome construction. Every one of these that I have smoked to date has had a perfect draw, perfect burn and has thrown an ash as long as you want it to go. You could literally smoke through an entire cigar without having to ash. And when the ash falls, it stays in a perfectly formed pellet. The Anacaona is light in body and strength and is medium to medium-full in flavor.
Although I don’t smoke a lot of light cigars, this one was just a pleasure to smoke. Its construction was rock solid and there was nothing not to like about its flavor and body profile. It reminded me of some of my favorite light-bodied Davidoff’s that I so love to smoke along with a good cup of coffee, a glass of Chardonnay or even a glass of Champagne.
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