From the legendary Cohiba house of cigars comes a new medium-strength cigar made of a blend of Brazilian Mata Fina, Dominican Olor, Dominican Piloto Cubana, and Nicaraguan Jalapa tobaccos combined with a fragrant and flavorful San Andres binder from Mexico, all encased in an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper. The result is a smoke with refreshing notes of almond, cream, and subtle spice. It's a cigar you can enjoy with your coffee in the morning or with a cognac after dinner.
Filler: Brazilian, Dominican, & Nicaraguan
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Connecticut
Origin: Dominican Republic
Is it really worth it ?, 30th Jan 2021
Reviewer: John Rawls
Well it lost points with me with the burn a little wonky catches up loses and catches up again . In my opinion very light cedar and leather with thicker grass notes towards the half way mark so to me,not bad but not great so best advice grab a stick and give it a shot it’s enjoyable but not $20 enjoyable in my opinion