Despite most evidence on the web, the Esteban Carreras Cashmere is NOT a FULLER bodied cigar (that’s fake news.)
The wrapper leaf on Cashmere has an ever so slightly darker wrapper than the typical Connecticut. While the deeper brown appears to maybe be a Habano wrapper, don’t be swayed to pass it up.
With Cashmere, you’ll experience a complex mix of wood, cream, coffee bean, black pepper and cedar notes, which transition as the cigar progresses.
While Cashmere starts out fairly mild, by the time you smoke it down to the halfway point, the body has increased to a solid medium. The flavor stays as a pleasant medium throughout.
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Connecticut
Body: Mild to Medium