Southern Draw made a splash with their best-selling Rose of Sharon cigars. Then the veteran-owned cigar company decided to give their original Connecticut a run for its money with the Rose of Sharon Desert Rose. It's everything you love about the first Rose, plus a solid boost of flavor: thick, chewy, medium-bodied smoke permeates every nook and cranny of your palate with notes of cream, coffee, cedar, and a hint of vanilla. Of course, this is Southern Draw, so there’s pepper and spice, too. One thing’s certain…you’ll get your cigar money’s worth from this blend of Nicaraguan tobaccos topped by an Ecuador Connecticut wrapper, and rolled at AJ Fernandez in Esteli. Grab your box at a Famous-ly low price now!
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The Lonsdale starts out by punching you in the face. I don t know if it s because of the closed foot, or what, but the light up is harsh, and I found the first 2/3 to be very abrasive until it finally mellowed at the end. This is strange to me as the Belicoso is one of my favorites. Will try again, as maybe this was just a bad stick, but I did not enjoy this.