Intemperance is a series that pays homage to the movement that overthrew the Volstead law in 1855, which prohibited alcohol consumption, marketing and production, as well as awareness of the population about the rights of cigars and their consumption.
This Habano is shown in a sharp golden color, with a silky texture, with a slightly exposed binder. His coat is yellowish, with slightly prominent veins and the scent of hay. The fillers lightly go through the foot of the cigar, which according to its own creator, allows him to consume a small test of the mixture without the wrapping before the flavors change.
Coffee and cream joined with a little red pepper and a soft sweetness, are the notes that are perceived to start the smoke. Then they open Savers Steps Stronger Tones such as Nut and Wood.
In short, in this opportunity, the flavors that characterize this Habano are quite delicate, which makes it ideal to consume it as the first cigar of the day when the palate is fresh.