PLASENCIA COSECHA 149
Enter the Plasencia Cosecha 149 line of cigars. A powerful and rowdy sibling to the original Cosecha 146.
Much like its older brother, the Cosecha 149 gains its name from the harvest number used in its blend of tobacco. Sporting a Honduran Olancho wrapper grown in San Agustin, a binder from the Jamastran Valley, and fillers from Olancho San Agustin, the Jamastran Valley, and Talanga; this medium-to-full bodied beauty is sure to knock your socks off.
In short, what does this fancy lingo and elaborate symphony of tobacco mean? It means the Cosecha 149 is an absolute BADASS. This cigar sings tasty notes of coffee, gingerbread, cedar, and cocoa.
Screw music to your ears. How about a concert in your smoke!
Body: Medium - Full
Tasting Notes: Coffee, Cedar, Gingerbread, Cocoa