Black History Month Cigar by Privada Cigars

Hello, today I’m reviewing the first known cigar to date in honor of Black History Month. The cigar was for sale through Privada Cigars with the proceeds going directly to a scholarship fund. If you’re interested head over to Privada Cigars store if they still have any left. So with the history behind us let’s see what it has to offer.

Cigar Info:

Size: Torpedo

Wrapper: Habano

Binder / Filler: Nicaraguan

Price: $12.00

1st 3rd: Pepper, cinnamon and cedar.

2nd 3rd: Continues with the cinnamon, cedar and joined with faint hints of earth.

Final 3rd: Cedar and earth.

Smoking Apparatus:

Verdict: I truly wanted to like this cigar but found it to be just average. That’s not to say that it’s an awful cigar. I guess I was truly hoping for more in the flavor department but it came up short. I’m not one for a basic wood and earthy cigar thus the reason I found it to be a boring smoke. Even with the cinnamon hits it just never really materialized for me. Please note that it’s one man’s opinion and as always you should draw your own conclusions

Until Next Time


Published by Stew

I love politics, sports, good food, great wine, fine cigars, and good conversation.

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