If you enjoy Nicaraguan tobacco like myself you should try Romeo y Julieta’s new cigar. …
So I would like to thank Cornelius & Anthony Premium Cigars for sending us a few of their fine stogies to sample and try. After sparking up a few of their cigars it is very easy for me to say that they produce must-try blends. Their complexity and flavor profiles speak volumes for the always great La Zona factory in Esteli, Nicaragua where it was made. As well as the tobacco selection from the team at Cornelius and Anthony Premium Cigars.
The Cornelius and Anthony Daddy Mac cigar is the second stogie line to come out of Cornelius and Anthony Premium Cigars. It comes in 4 different sizes and is medium to full in strength. A solid stogie for nearly any occasion.
The Cornelius and Anthony Daddy Mac cigar is made up of a Brazilian wrapper, Ecuadorian binder and a Nicaraguan filler.
After putting back a few brews back at Rapp brewing it was time to spark up the Cornelius and Anthony Daddy Mac cigar. This cigar pairs nicely with everything from stronger bourbons like Angel’s Envy to middle shelf bourbons like 1792 Ridgemont Reserve. The pre-puff gave off delightful hints of hay/grass and leafy greens. Once I sparked up the Cornelius and Anthony Daddy Mac cigar and began to puff away I got flavors of cedar, dry earth, and subtle hints of floral, black pepper, leather and spice. The complexity is off the charts. Some cigars have great flavor profile of 2 to 3 flavors constantly, but the Cornelius and Anthony Daddy Mac cigar grows and adapts as the smoking experience develops. It is a fun experience to smoke a cigar that is always changing in flavor.
The Cornelius and Anthony Daddy Mac cigar is considered more of a rare find considering it is still a growing brand. I would encourage to follow them on Instagram and social media to see all of the big moves they continue to make each day. The Cornelius and Anthony Daddy Mac cigar is a must-smoke so find it, try it and thank me later.