Cigar Review: Nestor Miranda Corojo

Basic Information:

Name – Nestor Miranda Corojo

Size – Petite Robosto

Wrapper – Nicaraguan Corojo

Tobacco Blend – Nicaraguan

Pricing – $6.75

Body – Medium

Construction/Appearance:

​The band is the standard Nestor Miranda band with black, silver and yellow coloring.

The cigar is super firm, a rustic brown in color with some obvious veins and tight seams. The cigar has a tight triple cap.

Pre-Light:

Aroma – Cedar and Natural Tobacco

Type of Cut – Straight

Cold Draw – Cedar and Nuts

After Toast:

First third – ​Notes of toast and earth hit the palate first followed by a nice tangy cedar. Some spice enters the fold a few minutes in causing a nice toffee note to come forth. Burn is slightly wavy. Ash is a medium gray and holding strong.

Second Third – ​Spice and cedar kick back up here with the rich earth lingering on the finish. Burn self-corrected to sharp. Ash fell at the half way point.

Final Third – ​​The toffee mixed with the tangy cedar pack the final third with a nice flavor. Burn remained sharp.

Suggested Pairing:

Wine – Ponzi Pinot Grigio or Château des Déduits Fleurie

Overall Experience:

Really nice stick by the Nestor Miranda Collection from the Miami Cigar Company. The cigar was not real complex, but the flavor profile was a nice mix of medium flavors in the toffee and tangy cedar. Anybody who loves cigars can appreciate this stick. It may be my favorite in their line.

Ratings:

Cigar Aficionado 91pts.

About Miami Cigar Company – http://www.miamicigarandcompany.com  

Nestor Miranda Corojo