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Imperiales Clasico by Leon Jimenes

Your wallet will thank you.

Imperiales Clasicos will impress even the most seasoned cigar vet with its rich flavors and unbeatable price. Don’t let the low cost fool you, this stick isn’t made in some fly by night factory with poor quality throwaway fillers, it hails from La Aurora, the oldest cigar factory in the Dominican and boasts top-notch tobaccos and expert construction.

Imperiales Clasicos feature a silky Ecuador Connecticut wrapper atop an Ecuador binder and premium long-fillers from the Cibao Valley in the Dominican Republic. With an array of rich, smooth flavors and a pleasing mild body, this tasty treat is great any time of day. Expect luxurious notes of cream, wood, cedar, earth, and nuts with a creamy, smooth finish. The burn is razor sharp, the draw is easy without being loose, and the price is just right, so add these to your cart pronto and reap the rewards. 

Pack In Stock MSRP Price Qty Cart
Belicoso (6.2"x52)
BDL OF 20 In Stock $127.00 $49.99
Churchill (7.0"x50)
BDL OF 20 In Stock $127.00 $49.99
Robusto (5.0"x50)
BDL OF 20 In Stock $105.00 $39.99
Toro (6.0"x50)
BDL OF 20 In Stock $116.00 $44.99

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I smoked the Belicoso (torpedo shape). This wrapper looked rough: Think of a swollen bratwurst shrinking back to its pre-grilled size, only spray painted beige and dried quickly under a men’s room hand dryer. The draw was very nice with just a just a touch of resistance. The burn was really sharp (Does the La Aurora factory know how to roll a cigar or what?). Unfortunately, there was not much flavor to speak of. Only some mild, dry tobacco notes, that's it. I eventually paired my Imperiales Clasico Belicos with some extremely sweet lemonade to make the dry finish more tolerable. This cigar was just not my cup of tea.