Cigar Review: Plasencia 146 Cosecha

Basic Information:

Name – Plasencia 146 Cosecha

Size –Toro

Wrapper – Honduran

Tobacco Blend – Honduran, Nicaraguan

Pricing – 12.15

Body – Medium + to Full


Triple bands of grey and silver. Light brown wrapper and firm. Some visible veins and invisible seams. Finished with a triple cap.​


Aroma – Cedar and Barnyard

Type of Cut – Straight

Cold Draw – Cedar

After Toast:

First Third – Notes of chocolate, tangy cedar and a leather peppery finish. The flavor of the cedar and leather really make for a rich full bodied dry experience once this stick gets going. Nice solid gray ash. Burn went a little wavy.

Second Third – ​This transition turns to a nutty note mixed with the leathery flavors that lingers on the palate.

Final Third – The flavor goes to straight leather in the finish. Some of that tangy cedar is there but the leather over powers the finish.

Suggested Pairing:

Scotch – Johnny Walker Double Black

Wine – Domaine Carneros Avant Garde Pinot Noir

Overall Experience:

The Plasencia 146 Cosecha was a fairly simple flavor profile with minimal transitions. The cigar was consistent all the way through. If someone gave me one of these I would have it again, but for the price I would not go out and specifically search for another one.



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