To celebrate Memorial Day I cleaned off the grill and picked out a smoke that I knew wouldn’t disappoint. Tonights menu included thick pork chops, Italian sausage and a Joya De Nicaragua Antano 1970.
This is pegged as a full strength cigar and it really doesn’t hit that until about 2 inches left. For the majority of the cigar it’s what I consider full body and medium strength. I find this cigar to be relatively smooth with some nice pepper and spice. Neither of these are overwhelming so no need to worry about it being a pepper bomb. This isn’t a cigar I’d give to a newbie, but someone that smokes one periodically should enjoy this.
I received this one for free via a promotion from Cigars International when I bought a box of Undercrowns. This was 1 of 3 I received and look forward to consuming in the future.
Flavor – Black pepper along with some cayenne and wood
Burn – Flawless
Construction – Flawless
Price – Cheap
Experience – Awesome, highly recommend because each time I light this up it’s always a nice experience.
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