Each of the cigars are packaged in a single wooden coffin. and a complete box is made up of 18 coffins.
- Country of Origin: Dominican Republic
- Size: 38 x 178 mm (7’’)
- Wrapper: Ecuador Habano
- Binder: Dominican Republic
- Filler: Dominican Republic
- Price: € 10.-
The cigar is dressed in an oversize band, which once removed, reveals a smaller, more “classic” sized, band.
This Lancero looks good aesthetically: the wrapper is oily and of a Colorado shade. Filling is homogeneous.
Aging Room Bin No.1 D Minor: the cold draw reveals earth and soft hints of hay.
The first third opens with a note nutty notes (hazelnut), earth and floral aromas. Strength is light (2/5).
In the second third, the aromatic palette turns to walnut, but around half way through a bitter note appears. Strength increases slightly (2,5/5).
In the final third, floral and balsamic notes alternate. The bitter component becomes even more pronounced, giving rise to a real involution. Strength increases further (3,5/5).
Overall, a cigar that emits a good smoke in the first half, but which unravels in the second, due to the bitterness that upsets the aromatic palette and spoils the harmony.
Of the Bin No.1 line, the C Major (review here) is a much better performer.