Aging Room Quattro Maduro
Much of what made the Aging Room Quattro blend a hit the first time around is still here. The foundation is the Dominican Habano filler and binder that has been the brand’s signature from the early days, thanks to the partnership with José “Jochy” Blanco. Rafael Nodal, the founder of Aging Room, was not a generational tobacco man like so many in the industry. Instead, he was something of a breakout blender once he hooked up with Blanco and the team at Tabacalera Palma in the Dominican Republic.
The point is: when you’re new to an industry, you need quality partners to help fill in the gaps.
The Aging Room Quattro Maduro blend swapped out the famous Sumatra wrapper of the F55 for a dark Mexican San Andrés leaf. This took the flavor profile of the smoke from one dominated by classic coffee bean and aged cedar to one displaying more of the spicy character for which Mexican San Andrés tobacco is known. To this signature pepper note reviewers have noted interesting tastes like toasted pistachio and a distinct citrus flavor, making the Aging Room Quattro Maduro a complex departure from the original Aging Room legacy line.
If you want the spicier, sweeter, earthier version of the old Aging Room Quattro F55 cigar, you’ve found it.
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Aging Room Quattro Maduro FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Spicy cedar, toasted pistachio, mild citrus.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
People who want a darker, more potent take on the original Aging Room Quattro F55 blend.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
The Aging Room Quattro Maduro is for people who like a cigar with an interesting character. If you’re into that, you’ll keep on puffing.
What’s a good pairing with it?
A coffee drink with some extra dairy sounds like a nice calming companion to the fiery personality of this blend.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
This is a nice “just got home from work” smoke.
Try as it might, it’s not up to the level of the legendary F55 original and that distinctive wrapper Nodal found in an aging room that named his company and gave it the tobacco that would take it to the top.