El Primer Mundo La Hermandad
Prior to smoking this stick I had never heard of El Primer Mundo. They are a boutique/premium cigar manufacturer founded by Sean Williams in 2006. They are new to the scene when compared to the major cigar manufacturers but you wouldn’t know it. They are based out of Atlanta, GA but they are contract made by PDR Cigars.

I smoked El Primer Mundo La Hermandad which got the following tasting notes:

Size: 5” x 50
Wrapper: Brazilian, Maduro
Filler: Nicaraguan
Binder: Nicaraguan

Pre light
Good firm construction with a tight wrap.
Somewhat of a dark wrapper but is considered a light maduro. I would have guessed a traditional maduro but I am not one to argue with the creator.
Using a punch I was able to get a smooth draw.

1st Third
Within seconds of lighting this cigar I could tell that it was going to have a rich bold taste. It had hints of chocolate and coffee. As it began to transition into the next third it began to mellow out.

2nd Third
As the second third of this cigar began I started to pick up a bit more pepper and spice. It was a pleasant transition and not too overpowering. In fact, as I progressed into the latter part of the 2nd third things began to mellow out again. This stick was definitely keeping my taste buds guessing as to what it was going to do next.

El Primer Mundo La Hermandad Final Third

Things are changing yet again. The taste transitioned yet again to a barnyard taste. Like most cigars, this one got a little bit more bold as I came to the end. This is not a turn off for most people but I cannot handle it when a cigar does that. I smoked it down to about an inch and then had to put it out.


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