Very good cigars.
Have to say I really don't like a lot of new world cigars but these are my go to if Cuban cigars are unavailable. Subtle complexity is what makes them unique rather than bold one liners. Baking spice, vanilla, and burnt caramel. Similar to ERDMs, PLs, and Hoyos. A morning or early afternoon cigar.
Make in cabinet of 50
Should be made in cabinet of 50s lovely cigars
If my humidor wasn’t packed full of perfect Montecristo no 3s (bought at EGM), several No4s - 20 Monte open juniors (EGMs), 7 really good Trinidad no 10 cigars (bought at home in France), a few good partagas and 7 Encantos (EGMs) I’ve been hoarding right at the bottom with a load of boveda’s and a digital humidity and temperature gauge taking up valuable space I would be slapping the order button to get another box of these delightful Encantos right now at 5:35 am although (unless my palate is biased) I find it difficult to agree with the other reviews I can’t taste any vanilla or spices I get leather and slight nutty flavours but I must admit they get better the longer you keep them in the humidor - having said that they are perfect right out of the box I hope EGM keep them in stock.
An okay cigar
Cigar was an okay one nothing flavourful spiced and baked dough here and there extremely light throughout the cigar the final third came as a surprised with a nuance of cuban thwang. The finish has me on the edge of my palate on its flavour. Might need plenty of resting to develop better. Review is based on the Cigar not EGM, EGM is always exceptional.
The cigars were very well packed and came in excellent condition. I’m a Cuban cigar fanboy but these treats are really, really close to being equally as good as a Cuban. Light smoke with a very creamy sweetness. Well done.