The Protocol Cyber Crimes cigar is done “to honor those that protect the world from cyber criminals,” says a company press release. These perps eye computers, networks, telecommunication devices, et al., with bad intent, so the name “Cyber Crimes” was a natural in keeping with the law enforcement themes that run through the Protocol portfolio. It’s the fifth regular production cigar for the label blended at Erik Espinosa’s La Zona factory in Estelí. Offered only in one size, a 6½”x48 box-pressed Double Corona, the blend is Nicaraguan through-and-through starting with a flawless Habano Rosado wrapper. The cigar is smooth, full-flavored, and medium-plus in body with a sweet and spicy character that builds to a rich crescendo of oak and peppery spice.
The most dedicated Protocol fans may be interested to know that the cigar was made to honor company co-owner and internet security professional, Kevin Keithan.
“Cyber Crimes is a very special release which I hold dear to my heart,” said Kevin. “The blend is creamy and smooth, yet a good punch in the mouth.” Add a box to your cart today.
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