Reading Time: 3 minutes Gary smokes the Nestor Miranda Special Selection Rosado Toro. Resurrected in 2019, Gary alleges that the factory, My Father Cigars, “tweaked the blend” to appeal to today’s cigar smokers. Get all the details by watching now.
Cigar of the Week: Flor De Oliva 550 Natural
The base flavors are earthy, woody, plus some natural sweetness, which I presume may come from some Jalapa that may be in the filler. They also have a nice little spicy edge on the finish. Moreover, the Sumatra wrapper not only balances nicely with the Nicaraguan core, it offers a really nice aroma, too. All in all, a well-made, medium-bodied, full-flavored cigar.
Almost as impressive as the flavor is the price on these cigars. It’s pretty tough to beat considering the quality of these bundled firsts. When I first started buying them, they were under $35 for a bundle of 25. They’re now up to $45.99 for 20; that’s still impressive, but if you can grab these cigars on sale, you can really make out nicely.
Bargain hunters who go through a lot of cigars and don’t want to sacrifice flavor for cost should definitely give these shot.
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