Man O' War Virtue
Ecuador has a number of characteristics key for growing this leaf. Among these are rich volcanic soil, a consistent cloud cover with filtered sunlight, and climate. Connecticut-wrapped cigars are usually mild and silky, with those grown in Ecuador bringing a bit more flavor to the blend.
The wrapper on the Man O’ War Virtue cigar aged for a decade and is said to be one of the more complex Connecticut draped cigars available today. At the same time, it is among the most mellow cigars produced by A.J. Fernandez. Below this leaf, we find a long leaf Nicaraguan Ligeros grown in Nicaragua to bring some power to the blend. These Ligeros find balance with the addition of leaves from the lower primings—seco, and viso. Add fire to the Man O’ War Virtue cigar, and you’ll experience cream, sweet oak, coffee, and toasted nuts.
Please enjoy Man O’ War Virtue cigars at your leisure.
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Man O’ War Virtue FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Cream, sweet oak, coffee, toasted nuts.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
People who want to taste the softer side of Man O’ War.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
The Man O’ War Virtue cigar is a welcoming and mellow stogie with a host of tasty flavors. You’ll smoke it to the nub for sure.
What’s a good pairing with it?
A light roast coffee is perfect, but so is a blonde ale or pale lager. Whatever works best for you!
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
This is a great cigar to take some of the bite out of your yardwork this weekend.
If you’re looking for the strong AF Man O’ War sticks, try one of our Man O’ War Armada cigars.