Victor Sinclair Serie 55 Imperial Maduro
So what does it take for a cigar to be considered part of the Serie 55 Imperial line? Blend tobacco from five countries and age them for five years. Sounds simple enough, though blending five different tobaccos into one cigar can result in a smoking experience where all the flavors become muddled. If the blender is inexperienced, the result is a cigar where it’s challenging to determine one flavor note from the next as they all seem to run together. But that’s not the deal when Jose Dominguez is on the case, and the Victor Sinclair Serie 55 Imperial Maduro cigar proves it.
Making up the core blend here are Cuban seed long-fillers from Nicaragua, Panama, and the Dominican Republic. An exotic, flavorsome binder from Brazil holds these tight. Resting on top of this Brazilian leaf is a thick and complex Pennsylvanian Broadleaf Maduro wrapper that’s close to the color of Hershey syrup. All of these tobaccos aged five years before shipping out.
The flavors of the Victor Sinclair Serie 55 Imperial Maduro cigar are dark cocoa, espresso, dried fruit, and sweet wood. If you’re a Maduro fan looking for a way to enjoy them more often without taking out a second mortgage, these fine cigars could be the answer at four bucks a pop.
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Victor Sinclair Serie 55 Imperial Maduro FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Dark cocoa, espresso, dried fruit, sweet wood.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
People who want to live that everyday Maduro life without breaking the bank.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
Oh yeah. Victor Sinclair Serie 55 Imperial Maduro cigars are next to impossible to walk away from once burning.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Set this one up with a nice stout. If you can get your hands on North Coast Old Rasputin Imperial Stout with its dark fruit notes, you’ll quickly enter a state of bliss.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
Whenever you crave a Maduro, simply add fire, and it’s on.
So far, we’ve only heard good things about this cigar.