Joya de Nicaragua Cabinetta Serie cigars are blended with mellower, medium-bodied Nicaraguan longfillers for a smoother, more refined smoke. Nuances of almonds, cedar bark, savory spice and a myriad of other taste and aroma sensations are revealed in its velvety smoke. Presented without cello, the cigars are deftly rolled in a savory sun-grown Criollo leaf that adds just the right amount of pepper to the intricate taste profile of these finely crafted cigars. Another MUST-SMOKE! Order some NOW.
I've come to appreciate the entire Joya De Nicaragua line since being given an Antano 1970 Gran Consul some years back, but this tops my Hit Parade. Full flavored from the first draw, the wrapper goes from a light Conn. looking thing at the foot, becoming dark at the end for a spicy finish. Not exactly a 'knee-knocker', but plenty of tase and body, I'm bidding on my third box as I write this.10
I've been a Joya De Nicaragua fan for a few years, being turned on to a Joya De Nicaragua Gran Consul by my nephew. I've scored a number of different boxes at auction, and this is my new fav. The Joya De Nicaragua Anton 1970 line is a real full bodied smoke, this stick is 'milder' only by comparison. A good, smooth start, flavor building throughout with spice at the finish and nearly always a perfect circle all the way to the end. Keep a roach clip handy, you won't want to toss this one.00
Very, Very nice. Mellow but flavorful throughout. The last couple inches does get stronger, but the flavor gets better and better. I was very impressed. If you don't like medium/full flavor cigars, the finish will turn you off. But if you do, then you're in for a great surprise. Perfect burn, perfect draw, looks great and constructed flawlessly.00