Like the name states, this cigar takes a rustic leaf of Andullo tobacco and rolls it into long cylinders wraps them tightly in palm tree pods and hangs them up like a sausage to undergo fermentation for two years. This results in typically sweet, dense logs of concentrated Dominican tobacco. These "logs" are then combined with a Connecticut shade binder and a filler blend of Honduran tobacco from the Jamastran Valley, Nicaraguan tobacco from Estelí and some Dominican Piloto Cubano and encases it all inside of dark Connecticut broadleaf wrapper. The result is a medium-full bodied experience filled with notes of earth, cocoa, creaminess, and black pepper.
Size: Toro (6x50)