Ezra Zion FHK

Ezra Zion FHK

Ezra Zion FHK

Wrapper: Mexican San Andrés

Binder: Indonesia

Filler: Brazil and Nicaragua

Size: Belicoso 6×52 “Character”

Price: $9-$10 depending on size.

Acquired: Sample courtesy of Ezra Zion and House of Emilio

 

The Ezra Zion FHK is the newest cigar to be released from cigar greats Ezra Zion. The FHK was released this past January and is the second release in their Honor series.

The Ezra Zion FHK features a rich medium brown Mexican San Andrés wrapper leaf with minimal veining and just the slightest bit of toothiness. The band of the new FHK is gold and black and reads, “Ezra Zion.” This cigar also has a foot band that is black in color and reads, “FHK Honor Series.”

Upon lighting this cigar the initial flavors I am picking up on are that of molasses and a deep rich earthiness. There is also a faint creaminess present at the start of this cigar. Roughly a quarter of the way in this cigar adds some coffee notes as well as some strong wood flavorings. The remainder of this cigar stays consistent with these flavors but does gain a more noticeable creaminess to it. If I had to some up the taste of this cigar in one word, it would be rich.

The burn on the new FHK was steady and consistent throughout, which is a common trait I am seeing among the Ezra Zion cigar lines. The FHK burned even requiring no touch ups throughout the smoke. Smoke on this cigar was bountiful, thick, and white.

So, would I buy it again? Yes, I would. It is a great cigar with some really good consistent flavors. I am always excited to try new cigars coming out of Ezra Zion simply because their flavor profiles are nothing short of amazing and the construction of their sticks are spot on. That being said, head out to your local retailer and pick yourself up a couple FHK’s, and while you are there grab some of their other lines as well.

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