This is the cigar that started it all. It's no secret, Z is an avid golfer and even played professionally. The only thing Z enjoys more than swinging clubs is smoking a fine cigar. Channeling the years he spent on his family's tobacco farm with his grandmother, Celestina, in Pinar del Río, Cuba, Z was well prepared. Celestina taught him everything she knew about tobacco and the family secrets of crafting the best cigars. These secrets originally left in the fields and at the rolling table in Cuba have been brought back to life and honor the legacy of Celestina Córdoba Morales, and so he set out to create a stogie to enjoy on the course with friends. Dubbed the 19th Hole, this cigar was hugely sought after by golfers and cigar connoisseurs alike. The thick Ecuadorian broadleaf wrapper makes this cigar very durable against wind and drops on the course and out in Mother Nature. The quality of this smoke is accented by its razor-sharp burn line and with its inception birthed cigar company, Córdoba & Morales.
The 19th Hole features a well-aged dark maduro wrapper - free of dyes or artificial coloring agents common with wrappers of this shade. It's been described as a mean-looking cigar — but don't let that fool you. The Nicaraguan filler and binder mingle with this Ecuadorian wrapper to create a medium smoke with a hint of spice, complemented by notes of cocoa and nutmeg.
The 19th Hole has consistently received acclaim and ratings of 89, 90, and 91 with reviewers such as Bryan Glynn with Cigar Obsession saying, "If I had a top 10 list, this would be in the top 8, if not number 1."
Next time you're at your local tobacconist, check their humidor for a 19th Hole. You won't regret it.
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