Mi Querida Toro
A terrific powerhouse. Notes of black coffee with sugar, red pepper, dark chocolate, and toasted hickory. Perfect for fans of the Liga no. 9.
Charter Oak Connecticut Toro
Rated a 93 by a cigar aficionado, this beauty gives off notes of oaky vanilla, , and roasted nuts. One of the finest and most affordable cigars on the market.
Guardian of the Farm Apollo
An amazingly complex cigar with terrific construction. Notes of pepper, toasty wood, roasted nuts, caramel, and vanilla with a nice medium-plus body.
Kicks things off with wonderfully thick plumes of smoke, subtle sweetness, and fragrant earthy tones. Caramel and powder sugar like sweetness develops in the second third. Subtle spice throughout and a complex finish that will leave you wanting more. Overall perfection
Cornelius and Anthony Cornelius Lonsdale
Silky smooth and super complex. I picked up notes of roasted nuts, caramel, cedar, cocoa, vanilla, dried fruit, graham cracker, leather, mashmallow - I could actually keep going. A simply elegant medium-bodied cigar with a nice earthy core. I have smoked my way through all of the C&A cigars so far and every one is worth a try or twenty.
Cocoa room note, earthy cedar, and Citrus notes were just a few of the delicious flavors in this very complex beauty. There were seriously too many undertones to mention but It will be one I keep in my humidor. Pick one up today and let me know what you think.