Today's cigar comes from CigarClub.com and is from a brand I know nothing about, Mombacho Cigars. Today I'm reviewing the Mombacho Liga Maestro Gordo, a 5 x 54 cigar that's got a Nicaraguan wrapper, binder, and filler.
Smelling the cigar, I got lots of floral notes. After cutting the Mombacho Liga Maestro with my guillotine, the draw was a little bit tight, but judgments will be made later since I could still get plenty of smoke on each puff.
There are hints of sweetness, some lemony citrus, and maybe leather and cedar as well.
Brand: Mombacho Cigars
Line: Liga Maestro
Size: 5 x 54
Price: $14.93 – CigarClub.com
Wrapper: Nicaraguan Habano Shade
Binder: Nicaraguan Habano Criollo
Smoke Time: 75 minutes
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Despite the odd flavors in the first third and a tight draw (due to a couple of stems) that continued through the first half, I enjoyed the Mombacho Liga Maestro Gordo.
For the most part, both the flavor and the burn of the cigar were good, and the tight draw did open up after I messaged the smoking end to loosen up the stems. While the cigar wasn't perfect, the Mombacho Liga Maestro Gordo does earn a CigarScore 4.