Southern Draw Quickdraw PA Broadleaf Maduro
The Southern Draw Quickdraw PA Broadleaf Maduro cigar was built not only to be smokable in less time than the bigger cigars, but it’s also a high-quality blend that delivers an incredible flavor profile. That’s thanks in part to the influence of flavor master A.J. Fernandez, who brought us the powerhouse Diesel, the refined Enclave, New World, Ramon Allones, and who worked behind the scenes on countless other blends for other brands that top the charts every single year.
Southern Draw Quickdraw PA Broadleaf Maduro cigars are part of a line that also has two other versions: a Connecticut and a Habano, which both are quite delicious in their own rights. The Connecticut in particular scored 87 points with Cigar Aficionado and has one of the most distinctive flavor profiles you’ll ever find in a CT.
But back to this broadleaf brawler.
Outside you get a barely-civilized Pennsylvania Broadleaf Maduro wrapper, which is holding in A.J.’s picks from a variety of Honduran and Nicaraguan tobacco leaves. This core blend has made each of the Quickdraw cigars highly intriguing, and this one is no different. The flavors of
charred oak, black pepper, leather, and cinnamon coffee make for a potent smoke that is best for times when you want some real flavor in your puffing, not just smooth mildness. This one is medium-full in strength and just straight up brings it when it comes to flavor notes.
A 5 x 46 Corona Gorda cigar that’s packed with complexity and smoky goodness. We are 100% in!
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Southern Draw Quickdraw PA Broadleaf Maduro FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Charred oak, black pepper, leather, and cinnamon coffee.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
Southern Draw Quickdraw PA Broadleaf Maduro cigars are for those who want big spice in a short time.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
You may not be able to, but there’s no harm in trying.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Smooth whiskey, like a W.L. Weller 12 year.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
On a day when you want to start in 5th gear, bust out this cigar and start puffing.
Very complex and flavorful, which can be off-putting, but it seems to be working for the reviewers we saw.