If the name seems odd, let me explain. Before whiskey (or whisky) is bottled, it sits in the barrel at full-strength before being cut. It's at this point that the potency is greatest, and that's 5 Vegas Cask-Strength, dead-on.
A silky chestnut-colored Nicaraguan Corojo wrapper is a treat for the eyes, while at the core, a bold blend of Nicaraguan and Honduran ligeros sit waiting for the moment you cut and light. There are two vitolas - a nicely box-pressed 6"x52 toro, and a substantial 6'x60 gordo. The overall character is earthy and woody with some sweet spice and a dark fruitiness on the finish. This is one you don't want to miss.