Drew Estate has put out a lot of fantastic releases, but none of their uninfused offerings have caught the attention of the cigar world quite like Liga Privada. Top-shelf tobacco wrapped in some of the finest stalk-cut wrapper leaves money can buy results in an incredibly flavorful cigar with tons of complexity and a long, rich finish. The only problem was that the things burn so slow, you really have to set aside a good chunk of time to burn one. Not anymore with the Liga Privada Coronets! These little beauties are chock-full of flavor, and use the same wrappers and fillers as their larger counterparts. Choose the Number 9 for a thick, toothy Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper with notes of espresso, earth, and dark chocolate; or choose the T52, coming wrapped in an Ecuador Habano wrapper, showcasing rich flavors of cedar, leather, and oak. Either way, you're getting all of the Liga Privada flavor you know and love, in a size you can enjoy on the drive home from work, your lunch break, or whenever you have a few minutes to kill.
Since the beginning, I've adored the Liga Privada No 9. As everyone is aware, they are now very hard to obtain; and quite pricey. Now available in the smaller size, they are the absolute best when you don't have an hour or 90 minutes to invest. Talk about concentrated quality. This is the most intensely flavorful 30 minutes you'll likely ever have.