|Shapes:||Corona, Double Corona, Lonsdale|
|Wrapper:||Candela, Connecticut, Connecticut Broadleaf|
I love cigars, but I'm in the same boat as a lot of other cigar-fanciers. As much as I'd like to, I can't afford to light up four or five pricey sticks a day. Besides, I don't want to have an expensive cigar when I'm walking the dog or I'm out on the golf course - too many chances to drop and break them. If you're like me, you want to have a go-to stogie for those times when you can't just kick back with your favorites. That's where Lenardo Cigars come in.
These Dominican handmade, mixed-filler cigars are available in a variety of smaller ring-gauges (which I prefer), and with three different wrappers, They come in boxes of 50 and start at a little over a buck apiece. Choose from a mellow candela, tasty natural, or a rich, sweet maduro. Since I started buying these, I've been able to buy that new putter I've been looking at.
Candela - This pale green wrapper imparts a mellow sweetness and some grassy/hay-like notes. Great for earlier in the day. Mellow-bodied.
Natural - A Connecticut Shade wrapper delivers notes of leather and wood, along with hints of cocoa. Mellow to medium-bodied
Maduro - This dark Connecticut Broadleaf capa shows notes of coffee, cocoa, and a touch of molasses sweetness. Medium-bodied.