Ramirez Habano Salomon Cigar Review
This 6.5×56 stick features a dark brown oily wrapper with a light firm pack, slight tooth, small veins and a mild pepper and wood aroma. First light reveals a perfect draw with plentiful medium bodied smoke giving a slightly sweet very dry and creamy textured tobacco with a long finish. The first third opens up to the largest section also bringing up the sweetness and cream both in flavor and texture. It mixes well with the smooth dry tobacco and the finish grows short and clean. By the start of the 2nd third flavors are much the same just going to a lighter airy overall feel and adding a bit of pepper zing to the finish. 45 minutes in at the band point the wrapper split apart making it hard to smoke and the flavors remained unchanged. Ending 55 minutes in, the last bit got very bitter due to the lack of te wrapper contributing to the burn and flavors, so I ended it.