Not only are Southern Draw cigars founders Robert & Sharon Holt some of the coolest people in the industry, but they also make some damn fine cigars.
Since the veteran-owned brand’s inception in 2014, Robert & co. have been consistently pumping out fantastic, flavorful smokes that have gotten lots of well-deserved attention in the cigar world. Southern Draw’s latest, the medium-full-bodied Manzanita, is no exception.
Rolled at Tabacalera AJ Fernandez in Esteli, Nicaragua, the Manzanita (“little apple” in English) is named for its dark red, oily, and appetizing habano wrapper leaf. But the appeal of this heady smoke doesn’t end there. Beneath its crimson top-leaf, the Manzanita holds a sturdy habano binder and a rich mix of Pelo de Oro, Corojo 99, & Ligero tobaccos. These carefully selected components result in a flavor profile that is robust in complexity, offering a diverse array of notes for your taste buds to latch onto. Creamy earth, dark chocolate, cedar, cinnamon, herbal qualities, and more engulf the senses in each puff, creating an ultra-satisfying flavor experience. Seriously, if you like bold cigars, you won’t want the Manzanita to end.
Available in your choice of three unique sizes, Southern Draw’s “little apple” has big-time potential to become a new go-to smoke for those who love relentless rich taste. Go ahead and grab your first batch here.