The original Nicaraguan cigar, Joya de Nicaragua, celebrates 50 years of greatness this year. And anniversaries like this always make Joe sentimental… that’s why he’s been lighting up Joyas every afternoon and burning ‘em like a chimney. From the classic, smooth flavor of the Cabinetta, to the ultra-full-bodied richness of Antano 1970, Joe simply can’t get enough of this stuff right now. So why not join him in the celebration? Three Joya de Nic 5-packs are assembled below, and for a short 24-hour window I’ll hook you up with some tasty savings and free shipping when you take your pick of the litter.
Cabinetta: Mellow to medium-bodied. Dual wrapper. Delivers loads of creamy flavor before developing into a more robust, chocolate driven finish. 90-rated.
Antano 1970: Full-bodied to the max. Rich, robust, and incredibly complex, this heady handmade features spice and extra spoonfuls of earthy flavor. 91-rated.
Red: Medium-bodied and perfectly balanced. Featuring a glistening Habano wrapper leaf with bready flavors backed by baking spices. 90-rated.