Joya de Nicaragua was established in 1968 and is Nicaragua’s first and oldest cigar factory still in operation. According to math, that makes 2018 the companies 50th anniversary. And what better way to celebrate than with a shiny new cigar. Over the years, this company has developed a portfolio of brands that caters to anyone and everyone, from the mellow and flavorful Cabinetta to the complex Joya Black, both beginners and connoisseurs alike have indulged in some fantastic JDN cigars. On their continuous quest for an unforgettable cigar, Joya Silver enters the fray with edgy packaging.
Available in 4 box-pressed sizes, it offers a distinct perspective of Nicaraguan character, influenced by leaves from other regions. It comes filled with rich Nicaraguan long-fillers, held tight by Mexican binder. The outer wrapper is an Ecuador grown Habano leaf which adds a nice touch of sweetness to the hearty core. Overall, it’s a medium to full-bodied blend that offers complex notes of spice, chocolate and some cherry. The buy in is modest, hop on a box and see what 50 years in this industry is worth.
Good news! Joya de Nicaragua Silver has received an impressive 92-point rating, noting: "Crafted with a three-seam cap, this box-pressed cigar burns evenly. Its earthy character is enlivened by hearty impressions of fruit, roasted nuts and coffee bean."