|Shapes:||Churchill, Gordo, Robusto|
|Wrapper:||Ecuador Connecticut, Maduro, Sumatra|
Take cover, I've gone mad. Discounting lust pumps through my veins, and I'm drunk with power, swinging my competition-crushing battle-axe around with reckless abandon. Feeling the brunt of my fury is Davidoff of Geneva's highly renowned Cusano line. David-who? The same folks responsible for Davidoff, AVO, Camacho, and The Griffins, Davidoff of Geneva is one of the premier players in the cigar world. Now you can grab bundles of 16 for as little as $19.99.
Pay attention close, lads, because the wise have already high-tailed it outta here. 3 tasty blends from Cusano are up for grabs at rock-bottom prices. The buy-in starts at just $1.25 apiece for a nicely sized Robusto. And a big, 6"x60 Gordo? Just $1.87 per cigar. Nuts. And I've got the entire line on the chopping block, which means you have your choice of 3 varieties: Connecticut, Maduro, or Nicaragua.
Cusano M1 Connecticut: One mellow fellow. Dressed in an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper, and sporting a Connecticut shade binder and Dominican fillers. A classic, easy-going Dominican offering, M1 Connecticut reveals cool, smooth notes of sweet cream and citrus with woodsy undertones.
Cusano P1 Maduro: A Connecticut shade binder and Dominican fillers are hugged by a rich, oily Mexican maduro wrapper leaf. Each puff reveals hearty notes of leather, white pepper, and sweet spice. Medium-bodied.
Cusano N1 Nicaragua: Spun carefully around a Sumatra binder and fillers from the Dominican and Nicaragua, awaits a polished Sumatra wrapper leaf. A rich offering, N1 Nicaragua reveals evolving nuances of spice, nutmeg, and oak. Medium-bodied, leaning toward medium to full.
Starting at just over a buck a pop, this is an easy call. Every size is up for grabs, giving you the freedom to choose. Bundles of 16 start at just $19.99.