Monday, December 16, 2013

Sam Leccia White

Since the Sam Leccia Black with dark fire cured tobacco is one of my favorite cigars this year, it's about time that I gave the white a shot too. The buzz going around told me that the Sam Leccia White was much stronger than the black and it also contained a fair amount of pepper in the flavor mix. I am not that fond of pepper so hearing that made me a bit apprehensive to try the white. But once again, I should have know better and smoked the white long ago since this cigar is far from being a pepper bomb. Read on and you will find out what I think of this cigar.
Quick Details
  • Cigar Size: 5  x 50 Robusto
  • Wrapper:  African sun grown Cameroon
  • Binder: Ecuadorian
  • Filler: Nicaraguan Ligero, Dominican and Pennsylvanian seco
  • Cutting Method: Vertigo guillotine
  • Paired with: Diet Pepsi
  • Price: $7.99 purchased at Cigar Train
Overall this was a great cigar with a semi-complex flavor profile of brown sugar, molasses, earth, tobacco and nuts. It had a nice burn and the ash held on until the band.

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