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If good things come to those who wait, then I’d happily wait 1,000 days for these cigars. My preference is for the Double Robusto, as I enjoy the more nuanced interplay between sweeter and spicier notes in that vitola. You’ll often catch me celebrating “Mil Días Mondays” to start my week off right, and I suggest you do the same!
Fun fact: The ‘M’ logo on the band is not only an abbreviation for Mil Días, but it’s also the Roman numeral for 1,000. Since the cigar’s name literally means 1,000 days in Spanish, you can tell the Crowned Heads team really put a lot of thought into every possible detail for this blend.
A seamless Ecuador Habano wrapper, Nicaraguan binder, and long-fillers from Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Peru: this blend was well thought-out. I prefer the Sublime size, but also how this cigar never overpowers my palate while providing a constant evolution of flavor. Cedar, nuts, sweet cream, earth, spices, and cocoa pair well with coffee in the morning and bourbon at night.
There’s something wonderful about a blend which can be appreciated by enthusiasts of all levels – it’s also a rare occurrence in today’s market. Someone more experienced will pick up on its complexity that firmly remains balanced, while a lesser-experienced individual will revel in its profile, appearance, and burn. Mil Días grabs your attention and never lets go.
You can't beat a combo like H. Upmann and AJ Fernandez. This hearty long-filler blend of Criollo 98 and Piloto Cubano tobaccos gets finished with smooth Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper provides notes of roasted nuts, spice, and cocoa. Very Cuban-esque, it's easy to see why this one has a '90' rating. Pair it with an Old-Fashioned and see why this legendary brand is so well respected.
As one of Camacho's best-selling blends, this one is always in my rotation. Rumor has it, it took 84 attempts to perfect the final blend and it shows. The all-Maduro blend packs a ton of flavor. The uber-rich delivers notes of coffee, dark chocolate, and hints of spice on the finish. Pairs well with coffee, but save this one for dessert after you have a big, juicy steak. Pair with a red wine for maximum benefits.
Intricate details on the band showcase the cigar's inspiration: Columbus' 1492 voyage. This box-pressed puro uses tobaccos from all four Nicaraguan growing regions: it's as diverse as the landscape it represents! New World was the first blend AJ made with his father in his own factory; medium to full-bodied, it's spicy, sweet, and very satisfying.
Debuting in 2021, Rocky's White Label has flown under the radar a bit. Is it any wonder? With an award-winning portfolio like Rocky's, it can be hard to stand out. But something tells me this gem is about to get noticed. A combination of Nicaraguan and Honduran tobaccos is finished with a silky-smooth Connecticut Shade wrapper. Expect notes of cedar, earth, and hints of vanilla.
The concept of Legend is to acknowledge those who built the Partagas name; the blend, however, is 100% modern. Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper, Honduran Olancho San Agustin binder, Dominican Piloto long-fillers...Medium to full-bodied, it's teeming with baking spice, leather, cocoa, and some sweetness. Rather complementary alongside a dark red wine like Syrah/Shiraz.
With a patriotic foot band, there’s no mistaking the importance of U.S.-grown tobacco to this blend. Formerly called the “Double Connecticut,” its wrapper is Shade and the binder Broadleaf. Mellow but never boring, its notes of baking spice, white pepper, cedar, and hops allow for pairings with a crisp beer or even a nice tea.
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