Victor Sinclair Serie 55 Imperial Connecticut
For the core blend, the Victor Sinclair Serie 55 Imperial Connecticut cigar rocks Cuban seed long-fillers from the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, and Panama. Covering these is a Brazilian binder sure to deliver some exotic flavor to the mix. The Drew Estate Liga Privada No. 9, which Cigar Aficionado named the No. 10 cigar of 2015, and La Aurora 1495 Brazil cigars incorporate Brazilian binders into their blends to great effect. With the Victor Sinclair Serie 55 Imperial Connecticut cigar, you can indulge in this savory binder for a wildly affordable price.
With this five-country blend working as one, you’ll experience a mild to medium strength creamy smoke laced with notes of oak, berries, light pepper, and coffee. The cigar offers everything you’d expect from a quality Connecticut and then some due to the use of Brazilian and Panamanian tobacco. If you want a thoughtful tour of five acclaimed growing regions without leaving the comfort of your favorite smoking spot, you need to check this cigar out.
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Victor Sinclair Serie 55 Imperial Connecticut FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Oak, berries, light pepper, coffee.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
People who want an easy-going smoke with a five-country blend chock-full of personality.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
What’s a good pairing with it?
Victor Sinclair Serie 55 Imperial Connecticut cigars will taste amazing with a hot coffee, cold beer, or whiskey served your way.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
Burn this stogie at the weekend’s end as you mentally prepare for the week ahead.
None that we are aware of, but if you’re after something more robust, take a look at our Victor Sinclair Serie 55 Imperial Habano cigars.