The El Diario line is rolled in Honduras at the Raices Cubanas factory. The KB "Kill Bill" weighs in at an adorable 4 ¼ x 40; however, do not let the size fool you as it is quite the little flavor bomb.
Cigars Smoked: 1
The pre-light draw gives hints of cocoa. There are a few blemishes but nothing serious.
The first third starts off with dark flavors pronounced by chocolate. I taste aged tobacco and there is a hint of spice and coffee. A woodiness develops towards the end of this third that compliments the overall profile well. It is stronger than I anticipated but not too strong, right at medium to medium-full.
Into the second third the woodiness continues with cocoa and spice. Not much changes through this third but that is fine as I am enjoying the flavors.
The final third begins with spice as the strength starts to build. The cigar shifts into a leather profile and starts to get harsh with an inch or so left. I let it go out shortly after this point. Final smoking time was 1 hour and 25 minutes.
Overall, I really enjoyed this cigar. It had just enough flavor change to keep me on my toes. It also lasted much longer than I anticipated. This cigar rates a 90 out of 100, meaning I would split a box.