Cigar Bars Augusta GA

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Marcella's Fine Cigars
(706) 737-0477
2921 Washington Rd
Augusta, GA
 
Top Shelf Cigar & Tobacco Shop
(706) 860-8628
4150 Washington Rd.
Evans, GA
 
Marcella's Fine Cigars & Tobaccos
(706) 737-0477
2921 Washington Road
Augusta, GA
 
Discount Cigarette Outlet
(706) 792-1234
3003 Peach Orchard Road
Augusta, GA
 
Marcellas Fine Cigars and Tobaccos
(706) 737-0477
2921 Washington Road
Augusta, GA
 
8th Street Tobacco & Hookah Lounge
(706) 828-6790
230 8th St.
Augusta, GA
 
Marcella's Fine Cigars
(803) 649-0377
161 S. Aiken Ln
Aiken, SC
 
Susan B Hagler Gift Shop
(706) 481-7551
2260 Wrightsboro Road
Augusta, GA
 
Tobacco Land
(706) 738-8381
3450 Wrightsboro Road
Augusta, GA
 
Magnolia Manor Hospitality
(706) 729-0056
1008 Magnolia Drive
Augusta, GA
 

Casa Magna Domus Magnus Limitada – Cigar Review

Casa Magna Domus Magnus Limitada – Cigar Review

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Due to come out in 10 count boxes sometime near the trade show the Casa Magna Domus Magna is made at Plasencia Cigars in Nicaragua. The cigars are blended by Manuel Quesada and the Plasencia family and is set to be released in two sizes. The Maximus (6.5 x 55/$9.95) and the Optimus (5.75 x 52/$8.95). The cigars are box pressed with a pigtail cap.

According to Quesada, “It’s a totally different blend. The wrapper is a sun-grown Jalapa wrapper, and we have blended for the wrapper. It’s a totally different taste. I would consider them a little stronger and a totally different direction in the taste.” Which leads me to ask why they are releasing them under Casa Magna and not a new limited edition line. Suffice to say there is a few aspects of the cigar industry I just don’t get. I mean if you aren’t a fan of the line you might not try these. If you are a fan of the line, you might not like that they are different.

Cigar: Casa Magna Domus Magnus
Size: 5.75 x 52
Wrapper: Nicaragua Sun Grown (Jalapa)
Binder: Nicaragua
Filler: Nicaragua
Strength: Medium
Number Smoked: 2

Casa Magna Domus Magnus

Casa Magna Domus Magnus

Appearance and Construction: Not to sound like a broken record but I am a fan of box pressed cigars, so when I got these in the mail it is safe to say I was all giddy about smoking them. The pig-tail cap isn’t a tradition looking one but it does have a nice look about it. The color of the wrapper reminds me of figs with some ultra fine veins present. Under the fingers the stick has a silk like smoothness and is loaded with oils. There are no soft spots and under close inspection the dimensions of the cigar feel like and look like a cube rather than a traditional box press. The band has a different array of colors that are mustard yellow, red, gold and black and a foot band is present as well, letting us know it is a limitada.

Casa Magna Domus Magnus Foot

Casa Magna Domus Magnus Foot

Flavors & Notes: The foot of the cigar has a nice nose of wood notes and a tartness about is as well that is subtle and not overpowering. The cold draw of the cigar serves up a nice amount of wood and a subtle nuttiness that suggests this would pair well with a nice scotch such as Auchentoshan, which is a current favorite of mine. Once the cigar is lit there is an abundance of notes that had me literally salivating. Once the cigar is lit, the notes pop off the cigar teasing you without over powering. The first third has some chocolate and plum notes with a touch of wood and leather. The second third of the cigar changes some as the plum notes move to the background becoming slightly floral and are joined by some stronger wood notes and a some nuts. The final third some sweetness remains with some leather notes. I really don’t want this cigar to end as the tobacco slowly becomes ash. The experience was that good.

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Casa Miranda – Cigar Review

Casa Miranda – Cigar Review

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One of the latest cigars from Miami Cigar & Company deviates from the norm which is a big risk. The company which is run by Nestor Miranda is known for his relationship with My Father Cigars. The collection which bares Nestor’s signature has long been a favorite of mine especially in the coffee break and lancero sizes. Other cigars include the Art Deco , Dominicano , and the soon to be released Limited Reserve. The latest release, Casa Miranda comes from the famed El Titan de Bronze factory in Litte Havana, Miami, Florida. With the help of Willy Herrera while he was still part of the Titan team, Miami Cigar & Company set out to make a cigar that was made in Miami.

Does the risk pay off?

Cigar: Casa Miranda
Size: 5 x 50 (Robusto)
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano
Binder: Nicaragua
Filler: Nicaragua
Strength: Medium
Cigars Smoked For Review: 5

Casa Miranda

Casa Miranda

Appearance and Construction: The Ecuadorian Habano wrapper is pleasing to the eye, and the Casa Miranda is no exception to that rule. The veins are minimal and there is a fair amount of oil present as well. In the hand the wrapper is a little coarse with a fine sandpaper like feel to it. The cigar is well rolled with no soft spots and is firm to the the touch. The band is modern, but retains a classic look to it with colors of chiffon, gold and white.

Casa Miranda Foot

Casa Miranda Foot

Flavor & Notes: The foot of the cigar is as complex as they come with some notes of honey, almond extract, and a touch of wood. The cold draw of the cigar serves up some classic tobacco notes, a hint of honey and some cedar. Once the cigar is lit a subtle spice, that quickly fade as soon as the ash begins to form. As we work our way into the first third there is some earthy notes with a touch of sweetness that reminds me of honey and a slight citrus as well. The second third loses the sweetness, but the citrus remains ever so faintly. The major note at this point is nuts. In the last third the cigar develops a nice coffee note, with some subtle spices and a nutty finish.

Casa Miranda 1st Third

Casa Miranda 1st Third

Smoking Characteristics: The solid white ash held for about half the cigar before falling off. The burn of the cigar was crisp and razor-sharp although it burned at a slight angle. I never once needed to touch it up or relight which is always a plus in my book. The aroma of the stick was a nice wood and...

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