Review: Privada Farm Rolled BP Maduro

A very dark, toothy, and pungent smelling box pressed stick with a fine sandpaper feel on the wrapper. First light gives a blast of full bodied, full flavored, and gritty feeling smoke. A few minutes in and the cigar settles into a nice groove. Draw and burn are very good, with a generous smoke output. About midway through the smoke takes on some bold, sweet charcoal characteristics. This one is not going to be a good fit for some, especially if you are not a fan of spice, but the flavors will be a delight for those of you who love boldness, strength, and sweet dark spiciness. I include myself in this category by the way.

Would love to try this after some braised Cuban pork, or Birria Beef tacos, enchiladas, etc. I think some quality Anejo Tequila for sipping alongside this one would be a very good pairing too.

Rh: 60%

Smoke time: 65 minutes

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Wrapper:  Undisclosed / Binder: Undisclosed / Filler: Undisclosed

Vitola: Robusto / Size: 5 x 52

Factory: Undisclosed / Country of Origin: Nicaragua

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Joe Kenney

I am a Certified Consumer Tobacconist, have enjoyed cigars for over 10 years, and I run the Jonose Cigars cigar review channel on YouTube. My primary goal is to spread cigar lifetsyle to as many as possible while discovering as much as possible about the craft of cigars along the way.

Joe Kenney

I am a Certified Consumer Tobacconist, have enjoyed cigars for over 10 years, and I run the Jonose Cigars cigar review channel on YouTube. My primary goal is to spread cigar lifetsyle to as many as possible while discovering as much as possible about the craft of cigars along the way.