Mil Dias translates to 1000 days, precisely the length of time Crowned Heads toiled to produce this cigar. They started as samples in 2017 from Tabacalera Pichardo in Nicaragua. "I was very impressed with those initial samples and I felt the blend had tremendous potential," said Crowned Heads co-founder, Jon Huber. “Little did I know that those samples would take us on a nearly three-year journey of blend exploration and experimentation."
Mil Dias’ final selection of hearty tobaccos give that ‘full belly’ feel when smoked. The collaboration brings together tobaccos from Nicaragua, Peru, and Costa Rica, with a crowning layer of Ecuadorian Habano wrapper. Crowned Heads fans will find familiarity with its full-bodied profile and flavor-forward disposition. We noted hearty helpings of sweet spices, wood, earth, and citrusy caramel notes in the smoke, and a sustained, peppery finish. Get your box of Mil Dias by Crowned Heads today at a fair Famous price and save!
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I?m a real fan of this stick and have wondered why some reviewers rate it low on the star case. Maybe not enough humi time? It is dead center medium with a great draw, slightly savory with subtle sweetness taking the lead. There?s a light french bread quality to it and demands your attention to get the most out of it.There?s just a touch of cinnamon that comes about the midway point and the sweetness intensifies. Not overly complex, but what Mil Dias does well, it does very well. A great mid day or even a morning smoke. On the cautionary side I wouldn?t pair this with a scotch or other strong drink. I find it goes better with a cola or less overpowering drink. About four and a half stars for me and Mil Dias always has a spot reserved in one of my humidors.
Wow! Complex, smooth, balanced, medium bodied, and full of amazing flavors. So much to love about these cigars, but beware- once you smoke one, you'll want to smoke them all.
Most descriptions say it is medium to full. It is closer to medium. Not a flavor bomb, but a nice nutty flavor with some cream and a bit of spice. Great construction, even burn. The toro is about $10 a stick -- maybe a bit much; try to find them on cigar auctioneer for under that and you have a bargain.
The Mil Dias Sublime is another favorite of mine from Jon Hubers Crowned Heads cigars. Featuring an Ecuador Habano wrapper with an excellent Nicaraguan blend this cigar brings a medium spice with a smooth nutty flavor that stays consistent until the end. Unfortunately the ones sent were dry and hard and obviously past their prime. One of the downsides of buying cigars online is not being able to check the age of the stick during the purchase. These once proud cigars were obviously past their prime and visually cracked at the bottom and soon after lighting continued to sadly show their age. A big disappointment due to how far I have to travel to find these cigars fresh.
Excellent draw and burn but that?s all I can say good about it. Very bland. No interesting flavor. Tasteless.
Have enjoyed these cigars in 5-packs, and recently purchased a box. Unfortunately, half were not smokable as they were rolled too tightly. Could not get a decent draw, even after using a draw enhancer. I d like to recommend this cigar for flavor profile, but inconsistency in draw was an issue.