Southern Draw 300 Manos Habano Cigars
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Southern Draw 300 Manos Habano

No hablo? Manos means hands

Southern Draw Cigars is a growing force in the Boutique cigar game. Most of their production comes from the AJ Fernandez factory, so you can count on some top-notch cigars. At the 2018 IPCPR show, they released a pair of cigars that pay tribute to the hardworking men and women of Nicaragua. Many people say that it takes 300 pairs of hands to create a cigar from seed to shelf, so this pair of blends – a maduro and a habano wrapped option – are fittingly called 300 Hands and 300 Manos. 

300 Manos, pronounced trescientos manos, is the Habano wrapped version. It applies a stunning Ecuador Habano wrapper leaf atop a Cameroon binder. The core is the same flavorful blend of Dominican and Nicaraguan long-fillers as its maduro wrapped counterpart. Medium to full in body, it provides notes of earth, sweet hay, cocoa, and some red pepper. Only a limited run of these cigars were produced, but packaged in affordable bundles of ten, you don’t have to pay a premium to get your hands on these beauties. 

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Churchill New
Pack of 25In Stock$162.25
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Churchill (7.0"x48)
Pack of 10In Stock$71.98
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Churchill (7.0"x48)
Pack of 5In Stock$34.00
Coloniales (Robusto) (5.2"x44)
Pack of 5In Stock$31.00
Corona Gorda (5.6"x46)
Pack of 10In Stock$67.98
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Corona Gorda (5.6"x46)
Pack of 5In Stock$32.00
Paramides (Pyramid) (6.1"x52)
Pack of 10In Stock$69.98
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Paramides (Pyramid) (6.1"x52)
Pack of 5Only 3 Left$33.00
Petite Edmundo (Robusto) (4.7"x52)
Pack of 10In Stock$63.98
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Petite Edmundo (Robusto) (4.7"x52)
Pack of 5In Stock$30.00
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First third: Wood, mild cedar, leather. There's a sweet in the backnote of dried fruits. By the end the above were really well-balanced altogether. Second third: Cedar picked up a bit. Picking up notes of coffee and baking cocoa as well. Still have the well-balanced notes from the first third in the background. Midway I'd say the dried fruit sweetness has combined with the bitter baking cocoa to a milk chocolate note. Final third: Getting some earthiness early on as well as some baking spices. Still Cedar and the chocolate has gone back to a baking cocoa. Midway white pepper, sharp cedar primarily. Still some cocoa in the background. A faint hint of chocolate in retrohale along with charred wood. Getting too harsh (bitter/hot) at the nub. Time to call it good. Overall: excellent burn (one minor touch-up in the first third). Perfect draw. Solid medium in first two thirds and medium+ in final third. Very well-balanced flavor profile. What I've come to expect from Southern Draw! An excellent value for the price!