Joya de Nicaragua Antano
Gran Perfecto · 6 × 60 JNAGP
Box of 20
Medium Brown / EMS
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1 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Bring back the original !
EAST TROY DON on 04/12/15
A very good but not great cigar. That's not a rip, it just is questionable as to whether it's worth $8.50 a stick. The draw is balanced and consistent throughout the smoke and stands up well to the wind when smoked outside. Being triple Nicaraguan there's not much enrichment of the fillers as the cigar smokes down What you taste at the tip you taste at the end and everywhere in between. It doesn't change. If that's what you're looking for you'll be pleased with this one . I, however, prefer a cigar that "matures" as I smoke it , presenting a plethora of flavors as it burns down. Also, this cigar is ballyhooed as a strong cigar but I found it to be a slightly inferior version of the Joya de Nicaragua Antano that was offered a few years ago Now THAT was a great cigar! That being said, I don't regret buying a box of these and would probably order them again. However, if you are truly looking for a strong smoke that burns well with marvelous flavor blends I would recommend the Black Partagas Magnifico. Its a lot more "Bang" for considerably less bucks.
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
bassman55 on 01/20/15
I consider myself a beginner even though I've been smoking cigars on and off for about 10 years. Not to mention that I score this cigar a 10 on the basics (Draw, construction, consistency) What really hooked me is the Unprecedented Flavor! From the start to pushing the ring down for one more puff, I am put under a mystical spell of 3 to an unbelievable 4 different flavors. I have to do all I can to stop myself form eating it! I rate this cigar above all that I have ever smoked.
aarontaubman on 04/03/16
Wow! What can I say? These are some of the most robust cigars on the market regardless of the Vitola. Heavy pepper, spice and solid tobacco flavor. Very oily on the pallet. Between these and the Dark Corojo are among my favorites. You want power, you got it!
RAW22 on 03/16/16
This cigar is primarily sweet earthly flavors with that distinct Nicaraguan zing. Notes of coffee and leather are also present during the cigar. The flavors of the cigar do not change much and remain very consistent from one third to the next.
What a cigar is meant to be!
Phat Boy on 11/23/15
This Is One Good Cigar. Spice But Not Hot. A lot Like Cinnamon. I tasted Tasted Toasted Leather For Lilltle Bit At The Beginning. It Developed A Creamy Nature That Blended With The Spice More And More Until The End On The Nub. This Will Be One That I Look Forward To Again. There Is Something Traditional And Timeless About This One.
Summer time smoke
rnast on 09/02/15
I usually want a 60 ring smoke and this Antano selection fits the bill on smoothness, and burn to the end. Now it is moderately bold but not biting to me. I taste a hint of chocolate and the flavor to me accelerates with sipping a brandy or premium bourbon (such as Woodford) while smoking. Call me eccentric but this Joye De N, is most enjoyable during an evening on the terrace when there is some humidity and not much air stirring. Quite Colonial you know.