|Sizes include: Robusto, Corona, Belicoso and Churchill.
Review: Joya de Nicaragua Cabinetta Serie cigars combine a dark, coffee-hued Nicaraguan Criollo wrapper with a creamy, light Ecuadorian Shade main wrapper. This duo works just as well, lending to a complex array of flavors and aromas. This medium-bodied blend also features carefully selected Nicaraguan long-fillers that deliver a solid, smooth experience worthy of praise. Greeting the senses are deep cocoa, earth, and tobacco with a decidedly spicy finish.
|Sizes include: Gran Consul (Gordo), Robusto Grande, Belicoso, Toro, Churchill and Big Bull (Gordo).
Review: This new Joya de Nicaragua Anta 1970 was created to celebrate the rich heritage and worldwide renown it enjoyed in 1970, and marks a return to those glorious days. A very, very full-bodied, robust -muscle cigar.
|Antano Dark Corojo||Score|
|Sizes include: Azarosa (Robusto), Pesadilla (Belicoso-Gordo), Peligroso (Corono) and Poderoso (Torpedo-Toro).
Review: Created 10 years after the launch of the landmark Joya de Nicaragua Anta blend, the new Dark Corojo puts a unique and welcomed spin on Nicaragua's Classic handmade. Created with 3-year aged Nicaraguan long-filler tobaccos and a special Corojo leaf wrapper that's dark, oily and loaded with flavor. Naturally robust but impressively smooth, Antano Dark Corojo exudes a rich series of earth, cedar, pepper, cocoa and a slightly sweet finish.
|Sizes include: Short Churchill (Robusto), Robusto and Canonazo (Robusto).
Review: This cigar uses lower tobacco primings were chosen to impart the same core flavors, but in a much more palatable fashion. Long-fillers from the uber-fertile regions of Esteli, Condega, and Jalapa, were stuffed into a golden hued Nicaraguan Habano wrapper. This recipe yielded a medium-bodied bouquet boasting strong doses of roasted nuts and pepper, as hints of leather, toast, and coffee also enter the fray.
|Sizes include: Toro, Torpedo, Petit Corona and Gordo.
Review: Cuatro Cinco is a masterful creation containing a unique and skillfully chosen selection of specially cured fillers that were aged in white oak barrels for over a year, a rare volado Dominican leaf binder, and a silky shade-grown Habano wrapper from the legendary Jalapa Valley. Medium bodied in strength, Cuatro Cinco is brimming with character, and presents an enticing array of flavors that include, espresso, wood, pepper, and oak, with a subtle creamy finish. Lightly box-pressed and perfectly constructed, you can expect outstanding construction, an even burn, and a perfect draw.