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Casa Cuevas Sangre Nueva Cameroon

Casa Cuevas Sangre Nueva Cameroon


The name Sangre Nueva translates to new blood from Spanish, a somewhat appropriate moniker considering who created the cigar. The Casa Cuevas, picks flavors of peanuts and cocoa nibs which continue to top the other flavors of generic wood, toasted bread, cinnamon, gritty earth, leather tack and espresso beans. There is slightly more floral sweetness on the retro hale, but the amount of black pepper continues to decrease with every puff. The strength reaches medium-full just before I put the nub down with less than an inch remaining, while the body lags behind a bit at medium-plus and the flavor has increased again to land at slightly above medium. Finally, all three cigars continue to feature excellent draws and copious smoke production and the burn on each has evened up nicely, giving me no more issues until the end of the cigar.



    Medium - Full






  • SIZE

    6 x 52







    Ecuadorian Cameroon


    Honduran Corojo


    Dominican / Nicaraguan / USA (Pennsylvanian Broadleaf/Kentucky Fire Cured)

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