Affordable Primer Mundo Liga Miami Robusto Cigars OnlineThe Primer Mundo Liga Miami cigar has been out for a few years, but is still under the radar because of its boutique manufacturing. The owner of the brand, Sean Williams, is quickly becoming one of the emerging faces of the tobacco industry and is garnering respect for his blending prowess. This stick was one of his first commercial projects and remains one of his finest. This stick is just one of four blends in the line, the others include the Connecticut Shade, the Habano Criollo Maduro and the Rosado Oscuro.



Of the four, the Primer Mundo Liga Miami cigar likely has the strongest batch of tobaccos. It comes with an Ecuadorian Sungrown wrapper, a pair of binders from Nicaragua, and fillers from the Dominican and Nicaragua, all Ligero. It is available in three formats, including Robusto (5 x 52), Toro (6 x 52) and Churchill (7 x 49). The wrapper is medium brown and smooth to the touch. It has just a little bit of veining, though it is sharply constructed overall. This stogie is double banded and features the brand mark, a world map, prominently in silver, black and white. The secondary band is simple silver on brown lettering that spells out the name of the blend.



The first third of the Primer Mundo Liga Miami cigar immediately launches with some strong spices that are close to cedar. Some reviewers believed they were close to black pepper in taste, but it’s a strong flavor regardless. The spice changes back and forth several times before the end of the first third, from baker’s spice to cedar to pepper. At times it even produces some herbal spice that’s unusual coming from these plants. Aficionados also tasted some wood flavors. By the end of the first third, the spice has moved into the background and is joined by a nutty flavor.



During the second third of the stogie, the nutty flavor is the dominant taste out of the gate
. The spice remains a secondary note and is more of a background filler at this point. The nutty flavor eventually transitions into a hazelnut-like taste about halfway into the stick. The hazelnut combines with some coffee flavors to give the profile the taste of hazelnut coffee.



In the final third of the Primer Mundo Liga Miami cigar, the spice slowly ebbs out of the background and disappears
. However, the wood and original nutty flavors return and become the dominant taste until the nub. Near the end of the stogie, some black pepper returns and provides a bit of heat close to the nub.



The Primer Mundo Liga Miami cigar is medium bodied and medium to full in strength
. In the final third of the stick, it gets close to full strength, but doesn’t quite make it. As a result, this smoke is ideal for experienced smokers that appreciate some extra nicotine with their flavor. It is also a good choice for people who appreciate smooth Cuban stogies, because this blend draws on them for inspiration. The burn and draw are both excellent, owing to the stick’s strong construction. In short, this smoke represents an excellent early effort from one of the industry’s rising stars.

POSTED ON Oct 14, 2017

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