I received this cigar from the manufacturer, Primer Mundo Cigar Company; as always, all reviews are my own
Wrapper: Brazilian Arapiraca | Binder: Nicaraguan | Filler: Nicaraguan | Box of 24: $218.40; Five Pack: $45.50 | Toro | 6″ x 52
0/3: Dark brown wrapper with a waxy, oily feel to it. There aren’t many veins here and the cigar feels well made to me with no soft spots if, perhaps, a bit under packed, which isn’t a bad thing by any means. (I must also note that while the cigar I’m smoking is most definitely 6″ x 52 there is no corresponding size on their site. It’s either a typo or there was a change in the vitolas they now officially offer.)
1/3: There’s a great sweetness coming through, which is probably due in no small part to the Brazilian wrapper’s influence. Bright sweetness to be more specific with a definite grape flavor going on. There are also some woody notes as well.
2/3: A misting a chocolate is coming through here as well as some mint as well. Unique mix of flavors and, so far, it’s enjoyable.
3/3: Chocolate still coming through. Mint is still kicking around as well. Also a bit of graham cracker.
4/3: Medium bodied with a good draw and burn; the La Hermandad is a good cigar. There is a bit of an aftertaste with this cigar that isn’t wholly enjoyable but the flavors are undeniably good.
3.5 points – Good cigar after a nice dessert