HVC Serie A cigars are proof that high-end blends don't necessarily come with the associated sticker shock of super premiums. Pulling tobaccos from the Aganorsa farm in Esteli, Nicaragua, and topped by a sweet Corojo ‘99 wrapper, these cigars are named for the A-quality tobaccos that make up their framework. Notes of nuts, caramel, and a flowery sweetness put your palate through full-bodied paces of complexity for a memorable and consistent experience every time you light one up. Treat yourself - add a box to your cart today!
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Wanted to try something new and found this cigar in the Top 10 Corona Cigars Under $10 article in Arthur s Primings Magazine. Tried it and now I m hooked! It s definitely one of my top 5 cigars now. I just finished my third box and ready to re-order.The cigar is beautifully made-draws and burns well. The flavors in the tobacco are complex without being overwhelming and I d classify it as a medium-full blend.Almost afraid to recommend it because I don t want to cause a rush and create a backorder problem-LOL!
These have become one of my favorite HVC cigars, always consistent with a great draw and very flavorful and perfect strength balance.
The HVC Serie A. Nice looking cigar no visible seams even pack. As I start, very loose draw loads of smoke, mild in flavor no pepper or power initially. I’m not getting much flavor on the draw but the finish has a mild pepper and the retrohale has a bit of sweet space. The burn is fairly decent, and the flavors I’m getting initially lead me to believe this is made with quality tobacco. 1 inch in the flavors are baking space, earth and fine tobacco. The finish is so clean and fast that 30 seconds later I feel I need another puff.I am paring this with coffee and as I continue to smoke the first 1/3 I’m getting some hints of almond and a savory mild pepper.So far the cigar is super smooth and I would say mild to medium in body and strength.The ash is gray and flaky and does not hold on much past an inch.Second third and getting a lot of maduro like sweetness from the cigar it continues super smooth medium body medium strength best and very pleasant for my palate.As I smoke the cigar continues to be consistent in flavors yet they do amplify and become much more pronounced as I get past the halfway point. It’s definitely a cigar that will hold your attention throughout. For me it’s a humidor keeper and I’m thinking to grab a box of the smaller vitolas. To be fair I’m smoking this one day 0TT and I hope that they will only get better as they spend a little more time in my humidor.
I decided to buy the HVC canones because I like HVC Cigars and the guys at Cigar Dojo kept talking about them . I am so glad I did what an outstanding cigar
I m a big fan of HVC and was excited to try the new Serie A after I watched the #nowsmoking video from Cigar Advisor. It s a nicely made peppery, spicy stick that is also a little sweet. Thanks for the recommendation Gary.