A follow up to the Last Call Habano, a medium to full-bodied cigar. Features a dark, oily Pennsylvania Broadleaf seed coat, a Nicaraguan binder, and Nicaraguan long fillers. Similar to the first Last Call blend, this cigar packs a punch, delivering notes of black pepper, cedar, walnuts, and cinnamon.
After its launch in 2016, the line was very successful, increasing its sales exponentially, among many other reasons, motivated by the excellent price-quality ratio that captivates the consumer.
Last Call Maduro seduces with a soft aroma, loaded with minerals and musk on the wrapper and cherry at the foot. At the beginning of its consumption, the taste of pepper and nuts will explode, and then delicious notes of dark coconut come to the fore, followed by light earth and leather.
This is a cigar that AJ Fernandez has classified as experimental, whose purpose is to be the last piece he chooses at night after a day of work, and it is well accompanied by bourbon or a blended whiskey. Buy it, try it and enjoy it.