5 Vegas Classic
But the aptly named 5 Vegas Classic cigars hail from an era when 5 Vegas was still in the hands of Kiki and friends. Let's get up close and personal with this classic and see what drives its long-lasting success.
At the core of this cigar is a Cuban-seed long-filler blend of Nicaraguan Habano and Dominican tobaccos. Surrounding this mix is a Nicaraguan binder and a dark oiled-out flavor-packed Sumatra wrapper. This leaf is gorgeous with few veins. The overall construction of 5 Vegas Classic cigars is excellent.
Once lit, tobacco flavors are the first to arrive, along with a bit of spice and toast. The smoke output is impressive and relaxing. We smoke a little further down, and the spice is still there, though not revving up as we expected. Cocoa, nuts, and coffee notes are now quite prominent. As things come to a close, the spice refuses to die, and the coffee and nuts are going strong.
All in all, a fantastic cigar that we were sad to see come to an end.
Please enjoy 5 Vegas Classic cigars at your leisure.
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5 Vegas Classic FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Pepper, nuts, coffee, spice, toast, cocoa, tobacco.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
Anyone looking for a flavor-packed medium smoke and/or anyone who wants to taste the blend that helped 5 Vegas gain a foothold in the ever-competitive cigar industry.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
What’s a good pairing with it?
This medium-strength stogie goes well with your morning coffee due to both the medium-strength and coffee note. But If you’re looking for something a bit stronger, pair this one with an East Brother Beer Gold IPA since the 5 Vegas Classic cigars are known for those toast and nutty notes.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
Smoke it with a lifelong friend while you both reminisce on the classic stories of your rebellious youth.
Once you reach the nub, a new one doesn’t magically appear.