Wrapper: Very oily/smooth
The third vitola of La Sagrada Familia's maduro trilogy. The toro and robusto both had high ratings but according to brand owner's Tom Mulder, this nub-like vitola has a distinctive flavor profile. Let's find out!
It takes some effort to light up but when it goes, it goes. Lots of smoke and plenty of flavor.
The second third starts with a unique combination of herbs and citrus fruit. Never tasted that before.
Toward the end, the cigar gets clogged. I had similar burn issues with the first LSF Maduro 460 I tried (but didn't review). May be not entirely my fault?
The flavors appear to be ruined, unfortunately. Too bad.
I agree with Tom that this vitola is decidedly different from the other two, but not in a good way, in my opinion.