Oscar Valladares 2012 Corojo
Oscar Valladares 2012 Corojo cigars pack quality long-fillers from Honduras and Nicaragua. A Honduran binder swaddles these while a sun-grown Honduran Corojo leaf wraps it all up. The reddish-brown hue of this wrapper combined with the orange Mayan-themed band makes the cigar appear more orange than anything. Certainly, the orange box doesn’t hurt either.
The smooth and oily Corojo leaf is well known for its spicy and sweet flavors. Created in 1930 by Daniel Maria Rodriguez, son of Diego Rodriguez, today Corojo is primarily cultivated in the Jamastran Valley of Honduras. The Honduran Corojo, which is the most popular version of the leaf, is known for its deep complexity and ping pong game of the spicy and sweet.
Oscar Valladares 2012 Corojo cigars deliver just the right amount of flavor and balance. Among the notes to expect—red pepper, chocolate, creamy coffee, and cinnamon. This medium-full strength stogie is an ideal backyard BBQ smoke. We leave it to you how to answer the “Is that an orangish colored cigar?” questions.
Please enjoy Oscar Valladares 2012 Corojo cigars at your leisure.