Country: Nicaragua
Length/Ring: 6 x 54
Shape: Gran Consul
Wrapper: Nicaraguan Corojo
Strength: Full

M.S.R.P: Unavailable

My Rating: 4.25 Stars

While at the IPCPR last month I got to try many different cigars. Some good, some really bad… but a lot of different stuff. While I was helping out George at the Gran Habano booth I was able to get a sample of the new Cabinet selection that he came out with for the show.

This cigar is a nice heavy, chunky dark wrapper with two bands smoke. Very nice looking cigar with a few veins here and there. The oils were very visible on this boxed pressed 6″ x 54 ring gauge cigar. Initial light up had some meaty flavors and a bit of spice. This cigar would go excellent after a hefty meal. I really enjoyed this cigar that I nubbed all the way past the band. They are on pre-order now, look to your favorite b&m for more details.

  1. Barry says:

    Just to let you know I added your link to my web page. Extending links with you would be more the welcomed. I tried to email you back but the email bounced.

  2. niko says:

    I agree, this cigar has the most flavor of the whole Gran Habano line. The G.A.R. is really good too, although Geroge Rico has left Gran Habano he takes this one with him.

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