Victor Sinclair Serie 55 Imperial Habano
After experiencing a Victor Sinclair Serie 55 Imperial Habano cigar, it’s hard to believe these smokes come in at under four bucks a pop. Comprising the core blend is premium Cuban seed tobacco from Nicaragua, Panama, and the Dominican Republic. The binder is a flavor-rich leaf from Brazil, and the wrapper is a milk chocolate brown Ecuadorian Habano. This wrapper is known for its rich flavor and is widely used by top-selling brands like Rocky Patel, Drew Estate, and more.
The Panama filler tobacco is also interesting. Tobacco from Panama tends to land in the middle strength-wise (which helps balance out the lively Nicaraguan leaves) and is usually quite aromatic with unique flavors. The Alec Bradley Black Market cigar is a great example of a 90+ rated premium using Panamanian tobacco for a filler.
So what happens when you use your lighter to press play on a Victor Sinclair Serie 55 Imperial Habano cigar? Expect notes of black coffee, sweet oak, leather, and vanilla on the finish. Just because these cigars are priced so low doesn’t mean even the most dedicated connoisseur would kick one out of his or her humidor. Victor Sinclair has produced quality, low-priced blends for decades and built a large and loyal fanbase. That doesn’t happen unless the cigars deliver. Get some of these gems into your humidor before it’s too late. You’ll be glad you did.
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Victor Sinclair Serie 55 Imperial Habano FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Black coffee, sweet oak, leather, vanilla on the finish.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
Victor Sinclair Serie 55 Imperial Habano cigars are for price-conscious smokers. However, any cigar enthusiast can appreciate this complex yet balanced five-country blend.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
If you’re up for a five country tobacco tour, you’ll smoke it until the party’s over.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Set this stick up with some Wild Turkey 81 Pf. This storied Kentucky bourbon is aged in oak barrels with oak and vanilla notes that will groove nicely with those in your stogie.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
At a Saturday night backyard party.
People who usually steer clear from value smokes should really consider giving this one a try. It does not disappoint.