Prohibition in the 1920s was a Federal-sized failure, yet the FDA seems ready to do it all over agin with cigars. And this is how Rocky sends his message, be wary of heavy-handed regulation of the tobacco industry. Packed in mason jars and crates just like the moonshine bootleggers did it, the all-Nicaraguan Prohibition comes to you in two ways: medium bodied and wrapped in a sweet, rich and spicy Connecticut broadleaf; or medium-full and sweeter yet, in San Andres maduro. Get your jar today!
Wonderful smoke that starts smooth and about half way thru you start to think I better sit down for this one!00
Picked up a single stick along with it s Broadleaf counterpart not too long ago and have been kept in my humidor till this morning. The cigar looks nice and the cold draw was nice and sweet. Lighting the cigar went well but from there on out it just fell apart. It burned unevenly needing constant touch ups with a lighter. The draw wasn t tight at all but it took several puffs to get any smoke to come through. There were a few times the stick stopped burning and would need to be re-lit. The smell of the cigar was strong but I found it to be pleasant, the taste was also good. Made me wish the burn and draw were much better that s for sure. The stick looked fine on the outside, no holes in the wrapper or anything like that but for whatever reason it just wanted to canoe and burn out on me. I ll possibly give this cigar another try one day in the future because I m thinking I might of just gotten a bad stick in the bunch. Better luck next time.00