Liga Privada T52 cigars are the savory sequel to the famed Liga Privada No.9. Shown here in the Toro, notice the oily sheen and dark color of their stalk-cured U.S. Habano wrappers, while below lies a 3-nation blend that serves-up an extraordinary full-bodied and complex flavor profile. Get 'em NOW.
If you know your cigars you will never be disappointed with this smoke
The guys reportedly smoke a handful of these cigars in a day. Frankly, I can't see how they do so. These are some of the richest cigars I've ever smoked. I enjoy a good, strong cigar (El Cobre for breakfast, anyone?), but these are not hammer-you-over-the head strong. They have plenty of body, but it's the incredible richness that limits me. I don't know if it's the stalk-curing, where the leaves are left to cure on the stalk, supposedly continuing to draw from the stalk while curing, the leaf they use, or the curing methods, but these are the cigar equivalent of a flourless chocolate cake.
Now here is a superior cigar, I first tried it at a Liga Privida tasting and after learning of the time and care put into each one I was sold, but it wasn't untll smoking it that I truly realized they were in a class of there own. If you haven't tried the Liga Privada No. 9 I would highly recommend you try that first they are similar. But if you like No. 9 then the T52 will not disappoint you. They are the elite of Liga Privada.
This is a surprisingly rich, yet mild cigar considering its maduro like appearance. I tried o T52 in San Diego about 3 or 4 years ago and enjoyed it, but this recent batch was superb. I would highly recommend this cigar if you are looking for a medium body cigar with excellent flavor and a smooth creamy after taste.