One of our favorite releases, Mark Twain hails from Nicaragua and contains a unique mix of Nicaraguan long leaves masked with a silky Connecticut-shade wrapper.
Rarely do you find a premium cigar packaged in a box for less than $3 per stick, but Mark Twain pulls through. We simply can't get over how inexpensive this cigar is. Upon first glance it looks exceptional, seamless from head to toe with a dark hue, leaving the stick almost looking like it's showcasing a Habano leaf. Expertly constructed at one of the country's most premier manufacturers, this mild to medium-bodied beauty will sure satisfy.
Mark Twain consists of Nicaraguan long fillers all meticulously hand-bunched and then bound with a Nicaraguan binder. The result releases a hearty character of earth that exudes crisp notes of white pepper and oak. A light sweetness rests on your palate for a medium finish while the premium Connecticut-shade wrapper keeps the cigar smooth and mellow from head to toe. Perfect with your favorite cup of coffee or as your constant after-work delight, Mark Twain will provide you with at least an hour of enjoyment, especially when you consider its hefty sizes.
Value, value, value. Connecticut wrapper leaf isn't cheap and finding a great value can prove quite difficult. Mark Twain caught my attention due to its delicious appearance and its economy-balanced price point. As soon as I fired one up I found an awarding, premium experience for a fantastic value. I've lit up more expensive cigars that haven't treated me this well.