We picked up this bottle of Joseph Magnus Cigar Blend and knew that when we cracked it open we needed to have Monte De León Cigars there with us. This sourced bourbon is finished in Armagnac, Sherry, and Cognac casks. Came on strong at 124 proof with notes of molasses, burnt cherry, coco, and leather. After we sampled this delicious bourbon it was time to have a couple of Monte De León’s own cigars in a non-stop rain storm. All of us were soaked (whiskey and rain) and could not have had a better time. We get into a little history of the bottle, grandparents, how some things changed and how some have stayed the same.
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What we smoked:
Kris had the Nicaragua Puro which paired amazingly well with Joseph Magnus Cigar Blend
Erik had the La Dama cured in cognac barrel, again great pairing.
Jelllitza, the Lancero Nicaraguense
Carlos, the El Cuatrista