Southern Draw Firethorn Habano Rosado
Well, it does. You can relax.
The Southern Draw Firethorn Habano rosado cigar starts out with a tasty blend of Nicaraguan long-filler tobacco. Then there’s a Mexican San Andrés binder wrapped around that. Anyone who’s lit up leaf from that valley knows that somehow a potent peppery note always winds up in the smoke. Cigars like this always introduce themselves with a firm handshake right upfront.
The piece de resistance, however, is the double-fermented Ecuador Habano Rosado wrapper. That’s Cuban-seed tobacco that has undergone a fermentation process and then a secondary additional process to help it develop more fully. We wish we had more details on the specifics for the Southern Draw Firethorn Habano rosado cigar, but we’re not sure exactly what was done. Sometimes, growers will age the tobacco in barrels for secondary fermentation, but sometimes other processes are used.
It’s a mystery here.
The only thing we know for sure is that the resulting blend is mature and complex.
There are lots of spice notes in the Southern Draw Firethorn Habano Rosado cigar. The company itself cites sweet toffee, baking spices, carrot cake, and aromatic cedar. If you’re looking for something potent and flavorful, the Firethorn is a strong candidate. Southern Draw may be a fairly new company in industry terms, but by partnering with A.J. Fernandez, the blender behind hits like San Lotano, Diesel, and countless other 90+ rated smokes, they’re got all the experience needed to produce one premium cigar after the other.
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Southern Draw Firethorn Habano Rosado FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Sweet toffee, baking spices, carrot cake, aromatic cedar.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
The Southern Draw Firethorn habano rosado cigar is for people who need serious flavor in their smoke.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
You’ll be hunting notes from foot to head.
What’s a good pairing with it?
The company’s recommendation is generally to pair it with “medium weight styles of craft brews, boutique wines and spirits”
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
After you get your first firepit of the season going
It’s got great construction and fantastic taste. We haven’t found a flaw yet.