Trinidad Paradox cigars are handcrafted with Nicaraguan longfillers, Dominican binder and an attractive Mexican San Andres Criollo '98 wrapper. Presented in wide-ring sizes and sharp-looking boxes of 16, the cigars are extremely well-made. The flavors offer great balance with notes of molasses up front with light coffee, leather and sweet cedar. In the latter stages the smoke blooms into a much woodier smoke while a modicum of sweetness remains in the mix. Order some of these fine cigars now.
I received a churchill of this cigar in a variety pack. Upon lighing I was guided towards a leather shop with a drop of molasses on the saddle. Quite mild for a full flavored cigar, although it is a natural. I was expecting the draw to be tight for some reason, but it wasnt. After the 1st third was gone I started to taste a slight woody hazelnut which was pleasant. The burn was uneven but not enough that I had to correct it. I average 2 draws a minute. Towards the end it tasted more like a Connecticut ironically. Not a bad smoke, but not sure if it was worth 2 hrs of smoke time.0 0
Wish the molasses flavors that are so inviting on the prelight would have been there during the actual smoke. The burn was even, but went off quite easily. Nicotine is on the strong end of the spectrum.0 0