LPT52CD
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Corona Doble All I can say with this cigar is wow. If you like a full body full flavor smoke then try this 5 5 1
Corona Doble I can't say enough positive about this cigar. The gorgeous dark rich toothy wrapper. The earthy cocoa leather filler. Silky draw razor sharp burn perfet consistency. Maybe my pallet was genetically designed for this cigar but please give this a try. I was introduced to this cigar at Nolans in TC Michigan ans i left with a whole box. 5 5 1
Corona Doble Liga Privada t52 is a wonderful addition to the liga line. You will not be disappointed with the highly desired premium cigar 5 5 1
Corona Doble The liga t52 corona wasnt for me love the 52 but not in corona just seem to lose some flavors 3 5 1
Corona Doble The T52 is amazing... I don't know which I like better the No. 9 or the T52! They are both great cigars. 5 5 1
Corona Doble Another one that when you want something that will not take up too much time but still want something good go for this one. 5 5 1
Corona Doble When Drew Estate Created Liga Privada They Knew It Was Good. If You HaveNot Tried One You Might Want To Think About it. 5 5 1
Corona Doble Drew Estate Liga Privada T-52 Corona Doble Wrapper: Connecticut River Valley Stalk Cut & Cured Sun Grown Habano First Third: From first draw the T-52 like it’s Liga Privada No. 9 cousin is a beast. Clouds of smoke come flying out with minimal effort and the cigar burn nice and evenly. The ash is classic Drew Estate clinging onto the cigar with a razor sharp burn that defies gravity. Spice is black pepper but not overwhelming. The spice lingers for quite a bit and the retrohale brings out rich cocoa and leather. The earthy notes of this cigar can turn some people off but this cigar is as good as I remembered when I started smoking it in the dead of winter. Second Third: The cocoa and leather notes open up a new wood dimension that makes this cigar aromatic like that smell when you first step into a B&M. I’ve got to say that the cigar is more medium full and is smoother than the Liga No. 9 which is more in your face and a pepper bomb. I’ve put this cigar down for a good period of time but I haven’t had to re-light it yet and this is the mark of damn good tobacco. Usually with a more fuller flavored cigar I like to dry box them some but I didn’t need to in this case. One of the great things about relaxing with a cigar is not having to worry about relighting it when you’re setting it down to chat or write down a few notes. The wood notes are taking over and the draw is still outstanding. This cigar is just set on auto-pilot not relighting or thinking required to keep this bad bay going. The Finale: Leathery notes from the cigar pick up sharply with the cocoa all but a distant memory. The transitions this cigar goes through gives it a degree of complexity that I am accustomed to with premium high quality tobacco. I rarely can smoke a cigar with a ring gauge this big or a vitola this long if it’s one dimensional and boring unless the one note is a note I just can’t get enough of. The spice is very much there but I keep expecting it to light up my tongue like a Liga No. 9 and boom – there it happened the spice is kicking up!!!! There’s always a great debate of whether the Liga Privada T-52 is better than the Liga Privada No. 9. There’s no question I’ll be nubbing this cigar as I now consider myself a T-52 convert. At the same time it’s like picking between two things that you really appreciate and both for different reasons. At the end of the day it’s a testament of the high quality of Drew Estate’s premium blends but for me it’s worth the price to be able to enjoy a cigar like this on a day with nothing to do. What the T-52 lacks in explosive sharp taste it well makes up for in subtle complexity and I am fortunate to be having this cigar when I can fully devote my attention to it. 5 5 1
Corona Doble One of the best smokes I have had in a very long time. Well worth the wait for them to be in stock. 5 5 1
Corona Doble All I can say with this cigar is wow. If you like a full body full flavor smoke then try this 5 5 1
Corona Doble I can't say enough positive about this cigar. The gorgeous dark rich toothy wrapper. The earthy cocoa leather filler. Silky draw razor sharp burn perfet consistency. Maybe my pallet was genetically designed for this cigar but please give this a try. I was introduced to this cigar at Nolans in TC Michigan ans i left with a whole box. 5 5 1
Corona Doble Liga Privada t52 is a wonderful addition to the liga line. You will not be disappointed with the highly desired premium cigar 5 5 1
Corona Doble The liga t52 corona wasnt for me love the 52 but not in corona just seem to lose some flavors 3 5 1
Corona Doble Another one that when you want something that will not take up too much time but still want something good go for this one. 5 5 1
Corona Doble When Drew Estate Created Liga Privada They Knew It Was Good. If You HaveNot Tried One You Might Want To Think About it. 5 5 1
Corona Doble The T52 is amazing... I don't know which I like better the No. 9 or the T52! They are both great cigars. 5 5 1
Corona Doble Drew Estate Liga Privada T-52 Corona Doble Wrapper: Connecticut River Valley Stalk Cut & Cured Sun Grown Habano First Third: From first draw the T-52 like it’s Liga Privada No. 9 cousin is a beast. Clouds of smoke come flying out with minimal effort and the cigar burn nice and evenly. The ash is classic Drew Estate clinging onto the cigar with a razor sharp burn that defies gravity. Spice is black pepper but not overwhelming. The spice lingers for quite a bit and the retrohale brings out rich cocoa and leather. The earthy notes of this cigar can turn some people off but this cigar is as good as I remembered when I started smoking it in the dead of winter. Second Third: The cocoa and leather notes open up a new wood dimension that makes this cigar aromatic like that smell when you first step into a B&M. I’ve got to say that the cigar is more medium full and is smoother than the Liga No. 9 which is more in your face and a pepper bomb. I’ve put this cigar down for a good period of time but I haven’t had to re-light it yet and this is the mark of damn good tobacco. Usually with a more fuller flavored cigar I like to dry box them some but I didn’t need to in this case. One of the great things about relaxing with a cigar is not having to worry about relighting it when you’re setting it down to chat or write down a few notes. The wood notes are taking over and the draw is still outstanding. This cigar is just set on auto-pilot not relighting or thinking required to keep this bad bay going. The Finale: Leathery notes from the cigar pick up sharply with the cocoa all but a distant memory. The transitions this cigar goes through gives it a degree of complexity that I am accustomed to with premium high quality tobacco. I rarely can smoke a cigar with a ring gauge this big or a vitola this long if it’s one dimensional and boring unless the one note is a note I just can’t get enough of. The spice is very much there but I keep expecting it to light up my tongue like a Liga No. 9 and boom – there it happened the spice is kicking up!!!! There’s always a great debate of whether the Liga Privada T-52 is better than the Liga Privada No. 9. There’s no question I’ll be nubbing this cigar as I now consider myself a T-52 convert. At the same time it’s like picking between two things that you really appreciate and both for different reasons. At the end of the day it’s a testament of the high quality of Drew Estate’s premium blends but for me it’s worth the price to be able to enjoy a cigar like this on a day with nothing to do. What the T-52 lacks in explosive sharp taste it well makes up for in subtle complexity and I am fortunate to be having this cigar when I can fully devote my attention to it. 5 5 1
Corona Doble one of the best smokes I have had in a long time well constructed, great draw, Flavor is unreal. Will be buying another box soon. 5 5 1

Liga Privada T52

Corona Doble 7 × 54 LPT52CD

The Liga Privada T52 Corona Doble is bold, distinct, and laden with notes of leather, earth, zesty spices, and black coffee. Each of these big vitolas is aged for one full year, resulting in perfect maturation and complexity. T52 production is extremely limited, so you may want to get some today! Packaged in a box of 24.
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7

54

Parejo

Habano Connecticut

Brazil

Honduras / Nicaragua

Nicaragua

Full

EMS

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