Man O' War Damnation
Nicaraguan long-fillers grown on A.J.’s Estelí farms comprise the core blend. Nicaraguan tobacco is so popular because the country shares similar weather conditions and soil to Cuba, making it an excellent place to establish tobacco farms. Nicaraguan soils are best for growing filler tobaccos as they tend to be more robust and more flavorful.
After the long-fillers comes a lively Nicaraguan Habano binder. Finishing the cigar, we have an oily Connecticut broadleaf Maduro wrapper. It’s fermented and dark and overflowing with complexity. Expect complex notes of black pepper, honey nougat, bold cayenne, and oak.
Man O’ War Damnation cigars boast a flawless construction, effortless draw, and an even burn line. Never do they wander into that crappy land of “too harsh.” You don’t want to miss these A.J. gems.
Please enjoy Man O’ War Damnation cigars at your leisure.
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Man O’ War Damnation FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Black pepper, honey nougat, bold cayenne, oak.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
Fans of A.J. Fernandez and anyone who loves a thoughtfully blended flavor stick.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
The flavors here are impressive, and they all work together to deliver an expectational smoke. You’ll smoke it to the nub.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Pair your Man O’ War Damnation cigar with a strong stout. That’ll help keep the damn thing in line.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
Pull a TV out back and get the game on.
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