This little dog has some bite!
El Credito War of flavors is an interesting little cigar to say the least. It comes in just one size offering – El Perrito – which translates to little dog. They’re rolled free hand without the use of a mold, so they look a little rough around the edges, and they’re open on both ends as well, so there’s no need for a cutter. But don’t let the appearance fool you, they burn and draw as good as any other cigar this size on the market.
El Perrito comes packed with just two filler leaves – one from Nicaragua and one from the Dominican – which creates a war of flavors on the palate. Most other cigars have three or more separate filler leaves. Holding them together is a Connecticut broadleaf binder and an Ecuador Habano wrapper leaf. They’re short, full-bodied, and provide flavors of cedar, spice, a subtle creaminess, as well as some floral notes. If quick, full-bodied, and droves of flavor is what you look for in a cigar, then look no further than El Credito War of Flavor.