One of the most anticipated releases at IPCPR this year in New Orleans were two new lines from Miami Cigars. One of those is the new Art Deco blended by Don Pepin Garcia. This cigar is a departure from cigars normally blended by Don Pepin in that is uses some Dominican tobacco. Here is the blend information from the Art Deco press release:
The blend consists of 60% NicaraguanCorojo and 40% Dominican San Vicente, dual Dominican Criollo ’98/Nicaraguan Habano ’00 binder, and a dark, oily and aromatic Nicaraguan Corojo ’06 wrapper leaf affixed with a triple cap
Its available in 3 of the most popular sizes in the Nestor Miranda Special Selection line:
- Coffee Break – 4.5 x 50
- Robusto Grande – 5.5 x 54
- Gran Toro – 6 x 60
I was able to smoke several of these at the show and it quickly become one of the top cigars of IPCPR for me and many others.
How does this cigar compare to the others in the Nestor Miranda line? Watch the video and find out.