“The nose on the Rose of Sharon has a dry barnyard, with some hay underneath. As the Rose of Sharon had a closed foot, I wasn’t able to pick out any other scents.
Using my v-cut I found the draw to be open with little resistance. My initial impressions are a nice sweetness with some delayed spice on the post draw. The retrohale showcases the spice more and shows that the cigar has some…” read more or watch the video below