brown light-veined wrapper
nutty creamy spicy done
mild autumn flavors
This was a very good tasting, nothing short of the smell of gunpowder and the crack of a slug speeding off to kill a defenseless moving target could have made it better. As it was, we shot a BB gun at a plastic bottle hanging in a tree and had a grand time, drinking Cutty Sark and soda and smoking our Perdomo Lot 23 Belicoso cigars. Erik isn't a good shot, but it won't matter until we start dueling with air soft pistols, at which point I'm going to win (Erik: I challenge you, cur!).
As for the cigar, the nicotine levels were not what I had hoped, and it became necessary to smoke a pipe full of Squadron Leader to complete the evening with the proper nicotine saturation. This cigar was quite a bit milder than I expected it to be, I usually smoke more intense styles. I ended up putting the Perdomo down with about 1.5 inches left on it, due to a long run down one side. Erik however, smoked his down to the nub and had no problems. I imagine the bad burn I experienced had to do with the BB gun involvement. I kept putting the stick down to take my shot, allowing me to actually hit the bottle several times. Trying to fire a rifle with the burning stub of a cigar in your mouth is not recommended, unless, like Erik, you prefer to hit things other than your target.