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Nicaraguan 5-Star Sampler #2

Over the last few years, AJ Fernandez has really come into his own. This former protégé of Don Alejandro Robaina made a big splash a few years ago with brands like Rocky Patel Fusion, Man O’ War and Padilla Habano. But since then, his work has evolved and improved to a whole new level. At hand are some of the newer offerings from AJ’s Nicaraguan-based factory. And each one is truly spectacular.

The Nicaraguan 5-Star Sampler includes:
1 - 5 Vegas Triple-A (5" x 56)
1 - Diesel Unlimited d.X (belicoso) (5.75" X 56)
1 - Est. 1844 Anejado No. 50-xtra (6.0" x 50)
1 - La Herencia Cubana CORE Toro (6.5" x 52)
1 - Man O’ War Ruination Robusto #1 (5.5" x 54)

Type In Stock MSRP Price Qty Cart
5 CIGARS In Stock $40.61

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These were highly enjoyable, smoked 4 of them already.
These were pretty tasty, good sampler for someone who doesn't know what they like yet.
Good smokes!
A few OK cigars in this sampler (the 1844 and the Diesel)....
Incredible mix of cigars. Hard to say which was my favorite. Diesel and 1844 were probably my 2 least favorite and they were both excellent. That's how good these cigars are. Another reviewer likened the La Herencia to smoking dirt but in a good way. Hard to imagine until you try one. Loved every minute of it. Top Vegas and Man-O-War both ridiculous. Give this a shot in the deal where you pick three 5 packs for $45.00. $3 a stick at that price.
This sampler was a real treat at a great value. It leans on the high end of Medium-Full, and covers some great brands. Just so you get a sense of my preferences, some of my favorite cigars are made by Oliva (Serio 'O' and Serie 'V' Meliano) and I have really enjoyed Ave Maria, Undercrown, Joya de Nicaraua Antano 1970, and even the Graycliff 'G2' for a milder smoke. I rank the cigars in this sampler in the following order: 1) Diesel Unlimited d.X, 2) Man O' War Ruination Robusto, 3) La Herencia Cubana CORE Toro, 4) Est. 1844 Anejado No. 50-xtra (would be one step higher if I considered the price), and 5) 5 Vegas Triple-A. I will be buying more Diesel cigars and probably some from the Man O' War line, the others are very solid but I simply dont smoke enough to justify so many new purchases. I strongly recomend this sampler to new smokers or those who want to try their hand and some more full-bodied cigars. Enjoy!