If variety is the spice of life, you will be living large with this sampler. If you want to try different shapes, sizes, and tobaccos... I got you covered with this sampler. Super popular names that any cigar fan will appreciate!
Alec Bradley Prensado Lost Art Double Toro (6 X 62) is a box-pressed lovely hailing from Honduras! You know all about the history of Prensado and Lost Art is another great chapter in this history. If you enjoy an easy draw with hints of coffee, espresso, and leather; enjoy this prequel to the 96 rated cigar of the year in 2011.
ICONIC is the only way to describe the Montecristo Classic #2 Torpedo (6 X 52). Draped in a wonderful Connecticut shade wrapper, these cigars are like an old friend who never lets you down. Smooth, creamy, and nutty best describe these mellow smokes.
Speaking of icons, La Gloria Cubana is iconic. Like the Montecristo, this La Gloria Cubana Coleccion Reserva (5 X 54) hails from the Dominican Republic. This cigar is a collaboration with Mr. La Gloria, Ernest Perez Carillo now of EPC fame. This cigar is very balanced with hints of leather and pepper. Medium to full depending on your pallet.
"On his way to being an icon" is a fair assessment of AJ Fernandez. The San Lotano Bull ( 5 X 54) box press is a very flavorful and complex smoke. This cigar tends to be a bit "heavier" and all the tobacco used is grown on AJ's farm in Nicaragua.
With 2 cigars being box-pressed, 1 being a torpedo, and the last a chunky toro...I would say this is a great variety from Cigar Samplers. And I looked around at the pricing of these cigars. The Montecristo is around $18 in stores by itself! You get all 4 of these cigars at a good price and the shipping is on my dime! BOOM, get you some of that!!!