Matilde Oscura cigars are the second edition to join the Matilde Cigars family. Created by world-renowned master blender, José Siejas, their combination of Dominican, Nicaraguan, and Pennsylvania fillers, Sumatra binder, and an exquisite San Andres wrapper yield front-loaded notes of black and white pepper with sweet elements that build toward a rich, balanced, medium-bodied cigar. Prepare for a memorable journey of unequaled flavors and aromas by trying some of these exquisite cigars today!
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Pretty stick, solid build, good draw, burns fairly well, good value= good smoke. Pepper, a little sweetness, little spice on tongue.. Bought 3 boxes 4 years ago, and they have aged v well. It's not complex, and it's not gonna slap you in the face, but they are good solid smoke; I take one with me when I go fish. You should try a 5 pack for sure. Renacer are good as well.
Incredible cigar, I have bought 3 boxes, and just bought another box. Smoky, earthy, smooth, complex, transitional. It has it all. When I get down to 6 or 7 I order another box. Highly recommended, this is an absolute must have. When I can't decide on a fine, full flavored smoke, this is a go-to. And I have over 100 blends to choose from...
Medium spice at the beginning and at the end. In the middle I tased smooth sweet flavors and spices cocoa, coffee, cinnamon, nutmeg . Flavor were changing about every 20 minutes for the almost 2 hour smoke. Arguably the most delicious non infused cigar I have ever smoked. If you love Maduros, you must try one of these.
Over all a decent cigar. Well made. Somewhat of a thick draw. Nice white ash and a above average burn. Very spicy on the front, but even out. I bought a box on a whim, got lucky. Won t have to give them away!