This cigar will make you appreciate life. It was one of the best cigar experiences I have ever had. Truly. Billows of smoke, a perfect draw and it never got hot. The score reflects the truth behind how good it is. It’s too good to pass up, especially if you are seeking a perfect after dinner cigar. I will be purchasing many of these!
This is the second annual release of the LCA Reserva series. This cigar is made entirely from a single year’s crop of Cuban-seed Corojo grown on Christian Eiroa’s Farms in Honduras. This is the same blend as the 2021 release, but an entirely different experience altogether. The Vintage year is when the cigar was rolled, but the tobacco is from the 2019 season. This allows you to taste how tobacco tastes from one year to the next.
Wrapper: Honduran Corojo / Binder: Honduran Corojo / Filler: Honduran Corojo
Vitola: Lonsdale / Size: 6×44
Factory: Eiroa Cigars / Country of Origin: Honduras
Light Cocoa – Hay
Tobacco – Raisinettes
Cedar – Cocoa – Red Spice
Black Pepper – Almonds – Nougat
Salted Nuttiness – Baking Spices – Black Pepper
Cyan Pepper – Cedar – Toasty
These cigars literally had no construction issues what so ever. Full even pack, beautiful cap and minimal veins and seems. Even cask of colors on the wrapper. I lit the cigar and never touched it up. Not once. It was the closest to a razor sharp burn I’ve ever seen. The flavor notes were a great combination and the retro hale was spicy the whole time. I enjoyed myself very much.
Hi, my name is Timothy Greene. I enjoy cigars so much that I have learned how to create them myself. I hold tasting events and rolling demonstrations in the central valley year-round. I joined Cigar Public to provide my honest opinions and reviews of the cigars currently available on the market today. I aim to help broaden your palate and assist you in getting the most out of each cigar you enjoy.