Victor Sinclair Triple Corojo
Corojo is the most well-known Cuban-seed tobacco. First developed at the El Corojo plantation in Cuba in the 1930s, the leaf-wrapped pretty much every Cuban cigar from the 1930s to the 1990s. Today the seed is grown throughout Central America and the Caribbean and even Western Kentucky. Corojo is known for its spiciness and sometimes sweet characteristics and carries a great deal of complexity.
Making up the core blend of the Victor Sinclair Triple Corojo cigar is Corojo for the Dominican Republic and Nicaraguan. Holding these close is a Dominican Corojo binder. Finishing off the cigar is a dark and toothy Brazilian Corojo wrapper. The result is a chewy smoke with hearty, rich flavors, an oaky core, and a good deal of earthy undertones. Expect notes of toasted wood, spicy pepper, black licorice, and creamy leather. It’s a firecracker of a cigar that builds in strength and complexity. The finish is said to last up to 30 minutes.
If Corojo calls your name when you think about cigars, this one is worth checking out.
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Victor Sinclair Triple Corojo FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Toasted wood, spicy pepper, black licorice, creamy leather.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
People searching for an everyday 100% Corojo cigar.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
If you’re in the mood for a ton of complex Corojo, absolutely.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Smoke your Victor Sinclair Triple Corojo cigar with Old Pepper Single Barrel Rye Whiskey.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
At four bucks a stick, light one up whenever the Corojo urge strikes.
If Corojo isn’t your thing or you’re looking for something milder, you may like our Victor Sinclair Serie 55 White Label Connecticut cigars.