Daniel Marshall Red Label – Churchill

Daniel MarshallA well-aged flavor bomb with an earthy core that is an excellent cigar for the most discerning smoker.

Daniel Marshall is world renowned for making high-end humidors that grace the homes of movie stars like Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Al Pacino and Brad Pitt. His reputation for quality is so high that his humidors have been featured in movies and have been given away as gifts from U.S. presidents. Now, after teaming up with Industry legend Manuel Quesada, Marshall has created his own line of cigars, DM Red Label – Nicaraguan Puros handcrafted at the Plasencia factory in Nicaragua.

I was introduced to the DM Red Label about a month ago when Daniel Marshall sent me some samples, but it wasn’t until last night that I finally sacked up and asked her out. And brother I am glad I did. She was absolutely magnificent, the perfect companion in all facets of the imagination – sexy, tasty and extremely satisfying.

When I first met Daniel Marshall’s Red Label I was blown aDaniel Marshall Red Labelway by her dark brown complexion and her toothy, “rustic” appearance. Her firm 7 x 48 frame boasted a Habano wrapper that was aged five years. Her alluring body was impeccable – well packed, hefty and without flaw from head to toe. This exotic beauty had a nice oily sheen that graciously layered her toothy leaf, which featured small veins and tight, invisible seams. She flaunted a skimpy red and gold band with the signature “DM” logo emblazed across her upper body. Her binder is Nicaraguan and her fillers are from the Eseli and Jalapa regions of Nicaragua.

As I inched my way closer to her, I soaked in every nuance of her rich pre-lighted perfume that smelled of rich tobacco. Her foot emitted strong scents of that same rich tobacco coupled with sweet and spicy notes. She is truly a premium blend.

Not wasting any more precious time, I warmed her well-packed foot with a gentle massage from my lightation device and softly kissed her shoulder to prime her for action.

The initial few puffs were pleasant and memorable. She offered bold, pungent flavors of  spice and Daniel Marshall Red Labelnatural tobacco combined with a savory sweetness that resembled chocolate.

Her spice wasn’t overpowering by any means, but a pleasant peppery note that left me yearning for more. I like my Latinas with a little spicy ‘tude. It adds a little extra enjoyment to the night. As I worked my way down this well-constructed bombshell, I fully devoted myself to her savory, spicy flavors. At this point in our date her body was nice and hearty, full of flavor but not overpowering in strength. She had tasty finish that surely tantalized my taste buds. Her smoke was thick and creamy.

The draw on this well-constructed dame was effortless, and she produced a char line that was razor sharp and maintenance free. She didn’t need a single touch up throughout our entire 75-minute tryst. The ash on this Latina was absolutely stunning, firm, lengthy and light charcoal in color. Her smoke output was plentiful, however I wouldn’t say it was smokiest cigar that IDaniel Marshall Cigar have smoked, but in her rage of passion she emitted screams of thick white plumes of amorous smoke that clouded my cigar cave with guiltless pleasure.

The second third of our night progressed well. Exploring her rich flavor profile was an absolute treat especially since she offered herself to me so early in our relationship. As I said earlier, this was the first time we kept company with each other and yet she was so giving, a playful Nicaraguan who knew how to satisfy her man.

The DM Red Label was most decadent during the second third of our night together. At this point her body and strength started to creep up toward the upper end of Daniel Marshallmedium and I began to taste a lot of earth. A pleasant sweetness from the chocolate flavors lingered on my lips in between smooches and hints of espresso and cedar started to envelope my palate.  Her finish started to last a little longer as her sweet chocolate aftertaste left me yearning for more. She continued to release strong, bold flavors.

The final third of our night was just as exciting as the first two thirds. Her strength was not brash or in your face and the flavors clearly over shadowed the strength. Her smoke remained creamy and her finish was as memorable as one can imagine. I guess she realized our night was coming to an end, so she wanted to send me off with a palate dripping with her flavors when we departed. I continued to taste a lot of spice, cedar and earth; however, the spice wasn’t as pungent as the opening kisses.

I definitely enjoyed my time together with Daniel Marshall’s Red Label She was a unique lady who was full of savory flavors that captivated my senses. Her strength was there but it was not ‘in your face’ or over-the-top. None of her flavors was overpowering or intense. They were a nice and subtle balance that worked in concert to create an amazing and flavor profile that will surely satisfy those who enjoy Nicaraguan. The tobacco is well-aged (5 years) and the earthy core is to die for.

 

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Daniel Marshall

Rolled at the Plasencia Segovia Factory in Nicaragua

Wrapper: Nicaraguan Habano

Binder:  Nicaraguan

Filler: Nicaraguan – Jalapa and Estelí

Strength: Medium-Full

Price: $9 USD

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