It’s so hard to say goodbye to yesterday. Although we are in Dallas Mavericks territory, it’s good sportsmanship to acknowledge the ol’ purple and gold. The Los Angeles Lakers lost a legendary player, Kobe Bryant, as he announced his retirement from the game he’s dedicated his entire life toward. If you know anything about basketball then you know that Bryant is a soon-to-be Hall of Famer. In the world of cigars it too takes a great team. A great brand requires experienced hands in both the field and the factory and mother nature to bring forth great climate. All these elements help to create a world-class cigar.
If you haven’t tried an Aging Room cigars yet, it’s high time you made their acquaintance. Rumor is that these cigars are made in very limited batches of tobacco leaves too small for regular production. They are uniquely handmade and highly in demand. The Again Room cigar offers a medium smoke with a loose draw. You notice light nut and pepper notes from the first couple of hits but it transitions well into a more flavorful smoke a quarter of the way into the stick.
Although non-Cuban oriented, the tobacco is Dominican and the wrapper derives from a 2003 Sumatra leaf.
According to Cigar Aficionado Magazine, the Aging Room Quatro is “a Balance and Sophisticated cigar that display rich notes of roasted coffee bean and sweet cedar”. The Aging Room Quattro F55 was rated in Cigar Aficionado’s 10 Best Cigars of the year in 2013 naming the Aging Room Quattro F55 the No.1 cigar of the year.
With that said, this small batch definitely made our list. Aging Room is a brand that you can’t really go wrong with. Undoubtedly, this cigar is in a league of it’s own.