Although not in Cuban origin, this Nicaraguan handmade is definitely an appealing, complex line of smokes. A relatively new offering from Miami cigar maker Nick Perdomo, this line has a very full body and plenty of flavor. Between the densely packed Nicaraguan tobacco and its sharply tapered shape concentrating the smoke against your tongue, you’ll really enjoy the full tobacco taste of these cigars. Nick’s Cuban Bullet line is a powerhouse arsenal of handmade "mini-torpedoes". Comprised of specially aged and cured Nicaraguan tobacco and a Colorado wrapper from Ecuador, the Cuban Bullet is available in 5 sizes: three torpedoes, a 50 gauge Churchill and 5 x 50 robusto.
What’s new. Another impeccably crafted cigar. You’ll find it to burn even and offer an easy draw, just like the other smokes featured this month. Where it’s a bit different, however, is in the body and flavor. Note a very toothy and dark Colorado wrapper. It began slightly sweet with some coffee tones and quickly explodes into a full-flavored creamy treat with a long, sweet cedar finish. Overall, we loved the concentrated flavor and strength of this cigar. Consider pairing it with a full-bodied Merlot.
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