I’ve made it a rule to never enjoy more than one cigar at a time.
Mark Twain was a prolific novelist, satirist, cigar enthusiast, and the originator of the ‘that’s what she said’ joke. While that last part may require some additional verification, Twain’s love of tobacco, and his particular devotion to the cheapest cigars money could buy, is an established legend. Mark Twain Memoir is the newest addition to the line, and ratchets up the intensity and flavor while still staying true to its core.
Mark Twain Memoir jumps off the page with a dark Pennsylvania Broadleaf maduro wrapper blanketing a hearty blend of rich Nicaraguan premium long-fillers. Medium to full-bodied, expect to be met with a dose of pepper and spice from the get-go, with notes of cream, cedar, hay, and coffee settling in to round out the blend. Pick up this big-ring premium handmades at a price that even Mark Twain himself would approve of.