Cigar Review: Nestor Miranda Art Deco
The first time I had this cigar was back at IPCPR in August when I was lucky enough to be invited to have a drink with Jason Wood, Rene Castenada and Nestor Miranda at the Rusty Nail in New Orleans. We sat around and drank some Abita beer when Nestor offered me one of the Art Deco smokes. The atmosphere can definitely make a cigar that is why I waited til now to review this cigar that has a bit of a buzz around it.
The smoke is available in tins of 21, and are produced by My Father Cigars for Miami Cigar & Company and marks a departure for sticks created at the My Father Factory. “We wanted to get Pepin out of his comfort zone, which is using Nicaraguan tobacco,” said Nestor Miranda. “He accepted the challenge and came out with an amazing blend using 40% Dominican tobacco.”
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