|Shapes:||Churchill, Robusto, Toro, Torpedo|
We’ve all fallen victim to them before – big, overhyped promises that were no fish and all batter. All grease and no bacon. All treble and no bass. Well, this deal is the exact opposite of that. For over a decade now, Jose Dominguez and his Dominican-based Victor Sinclair brand have been the kings of value, but you best have a seat before I break down his latest offering, because this may be his best work yet. Gorgeous, long-filler Dominican handmades are making their big debut at even more attractive price points!
And the options! You can take your pick of two wrapper varieties and four generous sizes, all coming to you at bare bones prices. The golden-brown Connecticut wrapper version is positively brimming with crisp, creamy notes of oak, coffee, sweetness, and toasty tobacco, and boasts a mellow to medium body. If you’d prefer to go richer, the maduro includes a dark, naturally fermented wrapper leaf and is medium-bodied. Rich, complex nuances of dark chocolate, pepper, cedar, and sweetness swiftly satisfy any maduro enthusiast.