Joya de Nicaragua Antano Connecticut cigars join the Connecticut revolution we've been seeing in recent years, with manufacturers putting these more mild-mannered wrappers on their bolder blends. And that?s the thing about JdN, and Antano specifically - just ask any of the legions of Joya fans, and they'll be sure to attest to their strength. Because it?s wrapped in Ecuador Connecticut, this Antano blend burns with a more medium-to-full profile; though its power is still very obvious, made with potent Nicaraguan tobaccos. Peppery notes of cedar, cream, and graham cracker are on tap - so get ready to change your view of Connecticut forever. Order yours now!
I didn t know the was a CT version in the Joya line. This is right up my alley. Nutty and woody on the front with a creamy mouth feel. Every stick I ve had has been consistently the same. Will be buying more.
This is a smooth cigar that produces a nice amount of smoke with sweet cream and subtle spicy flavors. It?s become my go-to with a black coffee on the mornings when I want to start my day with a relaxing smoke or as a dessert smoke to wrap up in the evening.
So this is how JDN does connecticut shade cigars. Not mellow. Smooth and powerful at the same time.
Joyas made a number of great smokes and this one is one of their best. Taste, construction, and a great mellow smoke.
This isn t your Dad s Connecticut! This stick packs some serious flavor with a nice medium body