Our Platino is probably our most quirky cigar. It's normal looking at first glance, but one look at the foot, and you'll know. This is a cigar inside of a cigar and we are not kidding! The Platino starts out as a lancero cigar, constructed with everything you would expect in a hand-rolled cigar, minus the wrapper and cap. From there, we take this lancero and construct another cigar around this "core." We use 2 separate molds to create this beautiful cigar, and it is very difficult to roll - but the result is a cigar with exceptional flavor, a razor-sharp burn, solid white ash, and the perfect draw, firm but not overly firm.
How does a cigar inside of a cigar taste? Well in the case of our Platino, the binder and filler is a blend of tobaccos from Nicaragua, covered in 1 of 3 wrapper leaves - an Ecuadorian Habano, Maduro leaf from Brazil, or a Sumatran wrapper from, you guessed it! Sumatra. You have that typical Nicaraguan spice but it's not overbearing. This is a medium-bodied slow-burner good for an hour and a half cigar therapy sesh. Topped off with a little cream, some earth, and notes of coffee, this is a cigar you don't want to miss out on trying.
The Front 9 is a medium-bodied cigar with loads of spice and black pepper. The spice backs off after the first inch or so and is replaced with a complex intermingling of nuts, wood, and black tea.View Cigar
Our first cigar, the 19th Hole features a well-aged dark Maduro wrapper. The Nicaraguan filler and binder mingle with this Ecuadorian wrapper to create a medium smoke with a hint of spice, complimented by notes of cocoa and nutmeg.View Cigar
The Finca Santa Fe is undoubtedly special. It's a celebratory cigar wrapped in a lush Criollo '98 leaf. This medium-bodied smoke is smooth and creamy with very complex flavors of wood, sweet tobacco, earth, caramel, and a touch of spice.View Cigar