Cumin has a warm, earthy, and slightly bitter taste with a hint of spiciness. It possesses aromatic qualities that can range from pungent to nutty, and it is often described as having a complex flavor profile. In a cigar, the cumin flavor might provide a subtle layer of depth and complexity to the overall taste.
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