It was my first time that I try a Los Tenores cigar, and it was passable. I paired it with a peated single malt whisky and smoked it on my terrace. In general, it had a good burn, and it produced plenty of smoke. The experience lasted for an hour and fifteen minutes, and the predominant notes I got were of cocoa and leather.
Name: Balmoral Anejo XO Nicaragua Rothschild Masivo
Country: Dominican Republic
Size: Robusto (5 inches x 55)
I gave the Balmoral Anejo XO Nicaragua Rothschild Masivo a straight cut and lit it up just before the sunset. I was camping in Baskinta with a group of friends, and we had just finished setting up our tents. I wanted to put some smoke in the air before the stars conquered the sky.
The cigar burned beautifully, and I could not put it down. I enjoyed every draw. I smoked it within an hour. The first half of it was paired with a vodka drink, and the second half with The Famous Grouse Smoky Black.
I got notes of earth, oak, chocolate, and pepper.
Out of the three cigars I smoked that day, this was the one I enjoyed the most.