Leccia White cigars are the sister act to Sam's savory Black edition. Cigar smokers will argue that they like this edition more than the Black, so you'll have to buy both versions and compare. High priming Nicaraguan & Dominican ligero tobaccos, a dash of U.S. Pennsylvania Seco, and a rare African sun grown wrapper reveal a blizzard of bold flavor juxtaposed by a cottony soft creaminess on the palate. Add some to your cart now and make Leccia White part of your daily cigar-smoking diet.
Not a bad little cigar. I was drinking some Johnnie Walker Platinum with a Hop Hunter IPA back when I lit it up. So the initial puff after the smooth scotch and awesome Sierra Nevada offering took me a bit off guard, mostly because of the medium to full bodied flavor. But 20% through and all three flavors are molding nicely. I m really glad I picked that cigar from my humidor. I will now pause and let you know how it all finished up... halfway through now and the burn, taste, construction are holding up nicely. I have ash hanging in there. So far what I really like is that I can lay the cigar down, enjoy the view, sip my whiskey, and pick up the cigar once per minute or so and the draw is beautiful. No relighting. No puffing five times to fire it back up. Wow! Very nice through to the end. I took it down to 90 on appearance and construction because it did not cut as cleanly as I like and the wrapping is a bit uneven. But burn, taste, consistency, and draw are perfect.0 0
Wow, I got this as a sampler pack, and it has to be one of the best cigars that I have ever smoked. I know that the producer worked for olivia for some time, but he threw his heart into this one, beautiful, and surprisingly mature flavours, that were lovely, simple, but very effective. I will be adding more to my humidor.0 0
Very full flavored, which I like, the start not so great, but gets better as you go! The only issue was the burn, tough to get a good and big hit of smoke! Pretty satisfying!0 0