El Septimo Diamond Mirifico Sapphire
El Septimo is closely focused on creating as good a cigar experience as possible using one primary tobacco type: aged Costa Rican. The company’s main operations take place there and several lines, like the Diamond, are built to feature the best qualities of Costa Rican tobacco that has been in an aging vault for quite some time.
This type of aging can’t be rushed.
Many cigars out there feature leaf that has been in storage for a while, but this is usually a year or two, perhaps a bit more. But once you’re smoking El Septimo blends you’re often getting 5 years of aging at a minimum. For Diamond Mirifico Sapphire cigars, the packaging puts the age of the leaf bang on the mark at 5 years. It’s not quite into whiskey territory, but miles farther down the road than the average stogie.
El Septimo Diamond Mirifico Sapphire cigars are tall, dark, and handsome. Measuring 6 3/4 x 58, you are getting into one heck of a smoke when you clip the tip and toast one of these glittering gems up. Settle in for a long, pleasurable experience with some of the most indulgent earthy flavors you can find in a cigar. Dark chocolate, barrel char, and spiced toffee are in the smoke, which develops quite extensively as you go from beginning to end (should you survive that long).
It’s a full-on banquet in cigar form and just may become the jewel of your humidor.
This El Septimo Diamond Mirifico Sapphire cigar is made in Costa Rica. Outside, you'll find an undisclosed wrapper. Inside, the binder is undisclosed, and the filler is undisclosed. This is a Medium strength Toro Grande shaped cigar with a length of 6.75 and a ring gauge of 58.
Please browse our selection of El Septimo Diamond Mirifico Sapphire cigars at your leisure.
• What are the flavors like?
o Black pepper, barrel char, spiced toffee
• What’s the strength level?
• Who is this cigar for?
o El Septimo Diamond Mirifico Sapphire cigars are for earth fans who want to sink six feet deep into their next blend.
• Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
o This one is a challenge, but some folks will be up to it.
• What’s a good pairing with it?
o A low-impact beer like a Kona Light blonde ale to balance out the heavy dark flavors
• What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
o When you’ve just had it with everything
• Any flaws/downsides?
o El Septimo blends almost always have a pretty big price tag.
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