Taste: very woody tobacco, somewhat earthy, with spicy tips and slightly sweet bottom. It leaves memories of dry earth, nutmeg, hay, nutmeg and vanilla.
Shot: very good even having little stocks.
Layer: Carmelite with some silkiness, but with some marked veins.
Combustion: even and homogeneous.
Ash: medium matt gray with dark gray streaks.
Aroma: slightly sweet that leaves memories of cedar, light leather, undergrowth, field flowers, nutmeg and vanilla tips, very pleasant. Its name Mille Fleurs refers to the large number of floral nuances that it offers us throughout its smoking. Habano made entirely by hand with the best leaves of the Tobacco Zone of Vuelta Abajo (D.O.P.).