On this week’s episode of Weekly Cigar Roundup, Nick and Anthony are feeling under the weather but Nick fought through his cold and smoked some fantastic cigars.
On Maduro Monday, Nick smoked Foundation Cigars’ new release Tabernacle No. 142 lancero. This cigar was released at the 2019 IPCPR as a new size. The difference between this size to the others is that the Cuban-seed wrapper had to age an extra three years.
On Tuesday, Nick lit up the Tatuaje Broadleaf. Rolled by the legendary My Father team, this cigar is wrapped in a stunning Ecuador wrapper with Cuban seed Nicaraguan tobaccos fillers. This is a medium to full-bodied cigar with flavor notes of spice, chocolate, and leather.
Nick’s Wednesday cigar was the Aging Room Bin No. 2. Blended by Rafael Nodal, this cigar is a Nicaraguan puro using tobaccos from the Ometepe region. This cigar is spicy but with a nice sweet creamy touch.
From one of the most famous cigar brands, Nick lit up the Joya de Nicaragua Antano on Thursday. If you are a full body cigar smoker, this Nicaraguan puro is the one for you.
Still, on the Nicaraguan Puro train, Nick smoked the Warped Maestro del Tiempo. This cigar is wrapped in a Nicaraguan Corojo ’99 tobaccos making this cigar very creamy with a touch of coffee and nutty flavors.
On Saturday, Nick smoked one of his favorite cigars the Oliva Cain Daytona. Nick explains how this cigar changes flavor from first light to the nub of the cigar. This smoke is very affordable and one you should add to the collection.
To finish up the week, Nick enjoyed Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust’s Muestra de Saka Nactamale. A tasty medium-bodied cigar using an Ecuador Habano wrapper with fillers from Nicaragua. This cigar is smooth with flavor notes of cedar and spice with a touch of sweetness.
Go leave a comment on what your favorite cigar Nick smoked and what cigar you would like to try.