La Domita Aged 1 Year

$10.00

La Domita. An opportunity to smoke Haitian tobacco. Lately there has been a bit of commotion about Haitian Tobacco. So when I found the opportunity for us to get a very unique cigar with Haitian tobacco and some heavyweight blenders involved, I took it. This is unlike any cigar you will ever smoke. I’m telling you now, this is different. The last cigar that Claudio Sgroi and Edgar Sued put out looked like this and cost $15 per stick. This cigar exhibits flavors that are elevated in a culinary fashion. Woods not found in other cigars, mustiness not found in other cigars, and overall flavors I’ve never found in any other cigar I have smoked before. This is what happens when great blenders collaborate over unique and rare tobaccos. This is one of those cigars we simply have to appreciate the opportunity to smoke, as it probably will not happen again. Let’s see what Haitian tobacco is all about in this exotic and luxurious blend.

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6×50

Body: Nothing.
Foot: Fair roasted nuts.
Cold Draw: Faint wood, mahogany, and cocoa. Red pepper on the tongue.

Tasting Notes: The first third is oak, molasses, white pepper, minerally earth, cocoa, sweetened dark chocolate, musty, damp, forest-like moss, and artificial sweetener. Then the white pepper turns red, and the wood gets a vanilla and dried fruit essence. There are also herbs like thyme, and there is an interesting combination of butter, rye, and espresso that should taste bad but is actually amazing. Further down, the florals open up. Boom! On the second third, I get chocolate, yellow flowers, white pepper, moss, forest, live oak, herbs, and molasses. There is a woody, berry-like flavor that comes from certain barrel-aged spirits that I cannot put my finger on. Sweet-Tart candy. The final third is sarsaparilla root, floral perfume, oak, white pepper, Fruit Roll-Up, molasses, Sprees, forest floor, vanilla, wood, and peat.

Pairing Notes: Chai Tea. Foie gras anything. Lobster. Wheated bourbon. Espresso with lemon rind. Tiramisu. Kavalan Scotch. Egg cream soda. Chocolate-covered cherries. Floral teas.

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Vitola

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