Malt and Cigar pairing post No6
Talisker Storm and San Cristobal
The Talisker storm gives you a Medium-full polished mouthfeel, with initial honey and then a very decent dose of hot smoke. The oak is there too, with vanilla and cherry and some polite peppery spices. It has an strong oaky and woody taste but the flavour intensity gets sweeter towards the death as the pepper lingers.
Coming from the Ashton family,this Nicaraguan puro is an imposing and enticing cigar. The dark richness of the wrapper hints at the flavors within. The wrapper is somewhat oily, feels enticingly grainy to your fingertips, and smells like old barn wood. The Nicaraguan filler leaves smell of bright tobacco, deep earth, and some pepper. The initial aroma is bold notes of cedar and bright white pepper. The flavors open quite full and exciting with dashes of spices, like cinnamon, wrapped in a sultry sweetness and having a charry flavour at the end.
Talisker Storm is an intense scotch with big, bold flavours. The cigar is a full-bodied Nicaraguan Puro, rife with pleasant notes of vanilla and cherry that sandbag the fervor of Talisker Storm. San Cristobal also contains flavors of wood and leather that grow more pronounced with the peaty zest that emanates from the scotch. If you are having them together, then Prepare for an evening of pure reflection with this potent after-dinner pairing. San Cristobal and Talisker Storm easily fit in near a fireplace and a deep conversation. .
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