El Septimo Diamond Short Dream Topaz
El Septimo Diamond Short Dream Topaz cigars are from a series of blends that feature a company signature: extensively aged tobacco. Many cigar makers will put leaf into an aging vault for a few years, but going beyond that is less common. El Septimo Diamond cigars take things several levels further, incorporating tobacco that has aged for up to 15 years. The big difference is the development of more subtle flavors and complexity, sometimes as a tradeoff for potency.
Diamond Short Dream Topaz cigars are a size and shape you’ll find on a few other El Septimo lines. The 4 x 60 measurements mean that you’re getting a smoke that’s not too long, but packs in plenty of tobacco into the lush, dark, oily wrapper. What you’ll find once you get it lit are gorgeous flavors of leather, dark chocolate, earthy spice, and toffee on the finish. It’s a profile you won’t find on just any stick, and could likely bring in other special notes as you go along.
The exact tobaccos used are rarely disclosed on El Septimo cigars, but you can bet Costa Rican leaf will be front and center. After all, that’s where the company headquarters are and where they’ve made their biggest investments as far as we know.
This stogie is totally portable and highly smokable, and the dream isn’t so short, after all. It’s a gem to add to the treasure trove in your humidor.
This El Septimo Diamond Short Dream Topaz 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 Full-strength Gordito shaped cigar with a length of 4.00 and a ring gauge of 60.
Please browse our selection of El Septimo Diamond Short Dream Topaz cigars at your leisure.
• What are the flavors like?
o Leather, dark chocolate, earthy spice, toffee
• What’s the strength level?
• Who is this cigar for?
o El Septimo Diamond Short Dream Topaz cigars are for folks who want a mature flavor profile and a big ring gauge.
• Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
o El Septimo blends have a way of grabbing you and not letting go.
• What’s a good pairing with it?
o A Flying Dog Gonzo Imperial Porter
• What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
o When being awake is too annoying, and you need a trip to a jewel-filled dreamland
• Any flaws/downsides?
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