The wrapper is milk chocolate in color with a couple prominent veins. The seams are tight and nearly invisible. There is a matte finish in regards to the oil. It has a simple but well done 2 seam cap. The primary band while simple has an enlightening verse on the reverse.
Earthy leather is how I would describe the wrapper aroma, while the foot has the earthy leather plus a sweetness and a hint of spice.
Leathery, cedar, sweetness and a hint of cinnamon
Initial draws bring earthy notes alongside some smooth leather and cedar. The ash is light gray and mostly tight. Burn is near perfect and the draw which started a touch snug is loosening. The ash dropped at about an inch. The hint of cinnamon spice is still there but still very much in the background. The burn line gets off about 5*.
Strength is at a low medium so far. Smoke production is about medium as well. The finish is medium in length with the cinnamon spice holding til the next draw. Flavor profile remains consistent with the exception being the cinnamon spice comes into balance with the earth, leather & cedar. The burn line has fully self corrected.
The burn goes off again. The flavors stay consistent to the nub with the cinnamon becoming warm. The burn self corrected again.
Overall the OM MANI Habano provided a pleasant smoking experience. Consistent flavor and nice balance.
Thanks again to Mark @iRobusto and Peter @ommanicigars for the samples for review.
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