Corona GordaI know that everyone has their own tastes in cigars and I’m no exception. There are some Saka’s that I’m not a favorite of, but this is one of his that I love. I’m horrible at describing the nuances (pepper, coffee, etc.), but what ever this one is I’m in love. To me this could be the only cigar I’d smoke and would be fine. I’ve had around 12-15 of these and loved every one. Like I said, it boils down to personal preference. So, get a single or a small pack and give them a try. Personally, I’m very satisfied :-)551
February 15, 2020
6 × 48
Available in bundles of 10, Umbagog Corona Gorda cigars are part of the first affordable line of cigars from Steve Saka and his prestigious Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust Company. The Umbagog blend utilizes broadleaf wrappers deemed too visually unappealing to be used on the Mi Querida line. However, with Saka’s signature core of aged Nicaraguan binder and long fillers resting underneath these slightly flawed wrappers, you still get a delicious medium to full-bodied smoke for a fraction of the cost of their first string counterparts. They may not be too pretty, but with mouthwatering flavors of pepper, cocoa, earth, leather, and sweet spice— it’s the personality that counts the most.