5 Vegas Triple A
5 Vegas brings the quality to the people at a down-to-earth price. And they’ve been at it for decades. With names like Plasencia, A.J. Fernandez, Nick Perdomo, and others all involved with the brand, whether through one-off collaborations or overseeing all operations, you know with names like these, the 5 Vegas quality has the experience to back it up.
A.J. Fernandez, the Cuban-born master blender behind such hits as Ave Maria, Diesel, and Man O’ War, as well as an insane list of top-name collaborations too long to list here, graced the 5 Vegas brand once again with his industry-trusted talents in the 5 Vegas Triple A.
According to the 5 Vegas website, “Boom-stick. That's our Triple-A. A beast of a cigar made by hand using all Cuban-seed long-fillers from Nicaragua inside a thick and juicy Pennsylvania Broadleaf wrapper triple-fermented to pitch-black perfection.”
The fillers in 5 Vegas Triple-A cigars are an aged blend. A portion was chosen from Esteli to add body. Those from Jalapa were used to help with balance and overall smoothness. The Condega portion serves the nose as they contribute to the rich aromas. When you pull all these pieces together, you’re left with a full-strength Maduro that’ll treat you right.
Once lit, the palate experiences espresso, oak, leather, and spice. This is a full-strength cigar all the way through. If you’re feeling up to it, it’s a wild ride you do not want to miss.
Please enjoy 5 Vegas Triple A cigars at your leisure.
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5 Vegas Triple A FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Espresso, oak, leather, spice.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
Smokers who want to test a limit or two.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
It’s a long ride, but the flavors come one after the other, so at no point is the stick necessarily overwhelming. We think full-strength smokers will want to smoke it to the nub.
What’s a good pairing with it?
5 Vegas Triple A cigars go well with American Oak Single Malt Whiskey. They use new American oak casks in their process, which bring out an excellent complement to the cigar’s note.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
It’s a great road trip cigar. No time? Light one up and cruise the highways near your city for a few hours.
If full-strength cigars aren’t for you, try one of our 5 Vegas Gold cigars.