The La Flor de Cano Casanova is a regional edition for the Italian market and falls in to the Short Robusto category.
6.000 boxes were produced, which make this a regional edition with a higher then average release. It is sold in small 10 count boxes.
▪ Country of Origin: Cuba
▪ Size: 50 x 110 mm (4.3″)
▪ Capa: Cuba
▪ Capote: Cuba
▪ Tripa: Cuba
▪ Price: €10
Aesthetically the cigar presents a tonality, which differs quite a lot from box to box, though the majority of boxes we could observe had a Maduro tonality. The wrapper is smooth and oily to the touch. Filling, in most examples, is at the limit of excessive.
La Flor de Cano Casanova: unlit it presents notes of wood. The opening brings light herbal notes to the palate.
After the first few puff, the cigar presents a somewhat contained and little pronounced aromatic palette. In terms of aromatic intensity: the herbal notes from the opening are perceptible, almost inconceivable are hints of spices. Progressing in this third, the base becomes salty, while the aromatic palette stays unchanged. Some traces of ammonia are already perceptible on the nose, which are testimony for the youth of this product. Strength is light (2/5).
In the second half, the aromatic intensity stays very contained. The flavors that are perceived in the first half, already very suave, become faint and the smoke has very little to say. Strength stays light (2/5).
Overall, a cigar with an impalpable aromatic intensity. Flavors are suave and almost imperceptible. The tested cigars, coming from different boxes, have all given the same result. These tests were made with both, cigars that were just released and with cigars that had a couple of months of rest.