Brand: Leccia Tobacco
Binder: Nicaraguan Rosado
Filler: Nicaraguan and Dominican ligero, Brazilian, “Dark-Fire”
Size: 446: 4 x 46 (Petite Corona)
I visited my local cigar bar @foxcigars and tried out their newest addition per the suggestion of the staff. The smell is light and woodsy, kind of smells like a camp fire. The wrapper has a dark caramel complexion to it with defined lines. The band is simple but effective. Logo, company name, and edition of the cigar. What stands out is the typeface though, nice and bold.
Brand: Drew Estate
Filler: Honduran, Nicaraguan
Strength: Medium – Full
Size: Toro 6.0 x 52
Right on Drew Estates site it states; “This cigar was originally crafted not for resale, but for our own personal humidors.” You know its gotta be good then. I have heard so much about the Liga Privada line that I had to try it. I picked this up yesterday @foxcigars store locally. The smell of this cigar is amazing, a nice sweet aroma. The wrapper is gorgeous as well, dark and silky, extremely inviting. The Oscuro wrapper is the darkest Connecticut you can get without it being a maduro. When you first look at it you can tell you will be in for a good smoke. The band has a very industrial feel to it, which is a nice departure from the normal flashy bands you see on some cigars. On the other side is the lion sigil, which is bad ass. Overall presentation is fantastic, it is inviting me to smoke and enjoy.