Maxim's de Paris Omnibus

Maxim's de Paris Omnibus

Cigar Club featured in Original Premium Cigar Club



Panel Rating:



7 x 52


Dominican Republic



This brand was made for Pierre Cardin, to be sold in his chic Paris and New York restaurants, “Maxim’s de Paris”. Now, before you get concerned, let us explain… We understand where you might be saying, “Premium Cigar of the Month Club—did you just send me an overpriced, over-hyped, big-name cigar made by no-name posers?” To which we say, “Come on now—you ought to know better than that!” Of course, the name Pierre Cardin is certainly worth something (try hundreds of millions when it comes to the fashion industry), but a Pierre Cardin cigar? Make that a Pierre Cardin cigar that sells for $15 a pop in his restaurants! The situation sets off our ‘wary bells’ to say the least—a celebrity name slapped on a cigar often translates to “mediocre and outrageously overpriced.” But it turns out that these cigars are actually a rarity in this celebrity-cigar-brand scenario—they’re really good! Truth be told, good old Pierre decided a few years back to pull himself out of the cigar business, but thankfully that was not due to the fact that he got an inferior cigar. These stogies were skillfully created many years ago and have been aging ever since. Each was made by hand using three year aged long-leaf fillers, and subsequently box-aged for several more years. Made in the Dominican Republic with Nicaraguan and Dominican tobaccos, this mild cigar is wonderfully constructed. The wrapper is an attractive Connecticut shade leaf with a silky smooth feel. We found the flavor mild yet satisfying with some complex flavors and real depth. Whether you’re dressed in your finest duds or kickin’ back in your boxer shorts, you’ll be smoking in fashion with this one. Consider pairing it with a single malt scotch or brandy.
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