I feel it’s appropriate to give this cigar bonus points just for its intended connection to our special four legged friends. Kyle Gellis of Warped and Max Fernández of Aganorsa came together to create this awesome Canine tribute masterpiece.
Construction - Masterfully constructed, would you expect anything else from the craftsmen at Aganorsa? Only one slight issue being a cap peel that weirdly enough resembled a toupee being removed slightly from a bald man’s head.
Burn - After initially lighting this cigar, I was worried about burn consistency and certainty anticipating a correction do to a nasty run in the first inch, but as miracles do happen, I held off and allowed the cigar to correct itself which it did wonderfully. From then on, nothing but a perfectly even burn with an adequate draw finish it out.
Flavor - I always find is fascinating that Agnorsa & Warped continue to produce Nicaraguan Puros without living out the typical Nicaraguan stereotypes. It’s perhaps the best appeal to both companies. This cigar to me is like Christmas. It boasts a wonderful cinnamon/nutmeg aroma and flavor that is very enjoyable and incredibly balanced overall . I am most impressed, however, with how this cigar finished, and that is exactly the way it started. The long lasting flavors like a piece of Trident gum go to the very end, making this cigar a true finger burner.