"Don Kiki Green Label" Corona
This light brown cigar had a slightly toothy wrapper with medium sized veins. The pre lit aroma consisted of tobacco and grassy hay notes. The ash was white in color and the burn was slightly wobbly, never needing a touch up. The draw was very tight, producing a small volume of airy mild bodied smoke. The first third provided flavors of sweet grassy tobacco notes on the draw with a creamy sweet grassy coffee on the finish. As I reached the end of the first third, the draw had not loosened up, creating a bad smoking experience. The Cherry was burning very hot. I wasnt really getting any flavor or major smoke production. The cigar finally went out at the halfway point. It wasnt a tunneling issue, it was possibly plugged or just some freak thing. I know I was not over heating the stick, so I hope that this was just a dud cigar. Im going to pick up another two of these sticks to give this cigar a fair chance! Stay Toasting people!