|Shapes||Churchill, Gordo, Robusto, Toro|
|Origin||Dominican Republic, Nicaragua|
A new day for Connecticut.
If you’re a fan of Connecticut-shade wrappers, you’re probably used to seeing them come from either the Connecticut River Valley or grown under the natural cloud-cover of Ecuador. Now, compliments of Rafael Nodal and Nestor Plasencia, you have the rare opportunity to try a cigar wrapped in the first Nicaraguan-grown Connecticut seed tobacco. Ever. Introducing: The Romeo y Julieta 1875 Connecticut Nicaragua.
With the Romeo y Julieta 1875 Connecticut Nicaragua, you’re in for a never-before-tasted experience of the smooth, creamy notes typical of Connecticut-shade leaf with an extra dimension of complexity and richness that can only be produced by the black volcanic soil of Nicaragua. This cigar is a result of several years of collaboration and experimentation from two of the top-names in cigars, with Rafael Nodal handling blending, and all tobacco grown by Nestor Plasencia. It’s not every day an all-new wrapper varietal hits the market, so grab a box today and be among the first to try!