Size: 4 3/4 x 42 (Petit Corona)
Binder and Filler: Nicaraguan
Strength: Medium to Full
Price: About $5.00 each
Just A Taste:
The Casa Magna Colorado is another cigar that just seems to be clouded in secrecy or perhaps just has not hit the main ‘radar’ where people have started asking the manufacturers about the history of the cigar. As well, a big thank you goes to Cigars Direct who was nice enough to send me these cigars for review! The stick started right off in the full body and full flavor range which I wont lie, took me by surprise, I was expecting more of a warm up. Straight to a dark earth and tobacco flavor – a little bit harsh from time to time, this was the main flavor profile from start to end. Mixed in throughout were a few hints of pepper and leather, keeping it interesting but not mouth watering. Once I was nearing the last third, a nice coffee flavor seemed to take over although mixed with it was more harshness from before.
A nice 45 minute smoke, I would recommend this for those smokers who like the darker, more full body sticks but only have the time for a short smoke. This bad boy was short, sweet and to the point. Yeah, it was mixed with some serious harshness and I don’t know if I would pick up the petit corona again but at the same time, I would like to try the robusto which was actually named ‘2008 Cigar Of The Year’ by Cigar Aficionado. All in all, in my opinion I say go try the blend out!
Every Cigar Has A Story, Every Smoke A Memory