Santa Muerte Corona Gorda
While Santa Muerte utilizes an Ecuadorian Habano leaf on both the wrapper and binder, the filler consists of tobaccos from Nicaragua, Mexico, and the Dominican Republic.
Wrapper: Ecuador Habano
Binder: Ecuador Habano
Filler: Nicaraguan, San Andrés, Dominican
Country of Origin: Nicaragua (Fabrica Oveja Negra)
Santa Muerte has been released in two sizes. Each size is packaged in 20 count boxes.
Corona Gorda: 5 1/2 x 48
Short Robusto: 4 3/4 x 52
The Santa Muerte Corona Gorda started out with a mix of cream, natural tobacco, nut, cedar and assorted mixed pepper notes. The cream, natural tobacco, and nut became the primary notes early on with the spices receding into the background. The creamy notes definitely gave this cigar a smooth profile. Meanwhile I also detected an addition layer of cedar on the retro-hale.
As the Santa Muerte Corona Gorda moved into the second third, the cream and natural tobacco notes still were in the forefront. Meanwhile, the nut flavor now floated between the forefront and background. The cedar component in the background had also increased in intensity. I also still picked up some pepper notes in the more distant background, but the retro-hale saw an increase in the black pepper component.
By the last third, the cedar notes joined the natural tobacco in the forefront. The nut and cream notes had now receded into the background with the pepper. While the pepper remained subtle on the tongue, it was now the main note on the retro-hale. This is the way the cigar experience of the Santa Muerte Corona Gorda came to a close. The resulting nub was firm to the touch and cool in temperature.
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