The Initial third opened with notes of cinnamon, caramel, and a nice blend of spices. The body was med-full and very smooth. The was light and creamy with the flavor of caramel and a light sweetness. There is just a tad of spice to the retrohale. The second third brought some toasted nut and leather notes, as well as a few faint floral notes. The body remains constant at med-full and full flavor going through the second third. At around the mid-point of the cigar a few coffee notes began to pop in. The body picked up to full just before the start of the final third. Most of the floral notes faded going into the last third as notes of black pepper and a oak-like woodiness join the party. The ash was a bit flaky but held to around two inches at a time and was a salt and pepper color. The burn was a bit wavy at times but always corrected itself. This was an excellent cigar, one that after smoking you feel in your tummy. It's not a nicotine overdose feeling, but rather a full and satisfied feeling. Each puff seemed to bring a different mix of flavors. The spices in the first third resembled, to me, asian cooking spices. If every churchill size smoke had flavor by the pound like this, I would make time to smoke more 6-7" cigars. If you have yet to try the Danno 2012, I highly recommend it. It's only available in the 7"x56 size Thank you to Miami Cigar & Co. and Barry for the opportunity to sample this cigar, I will be on the look out for more of these for sure! You can find more information about Nestor Miranda and Miami Cigar & Co. at www.miamicigarandcompany.com. The Don Lino Africa, reviewed in a previous post, is also a Nestor Miranda blend from Miami Cigar & Co. I have not tried all of their offerings yet but the few that I have tried have been great and I look forward to trying more of their brands in the future.