Introducing Miura Reserva Selecta
There’s a fine art to making a great cigar for under $2, and Miura is apparently a master of that art. We just got our first shipment of Miura Reserva Selecta not too long ago, and after smoking a few of these tasty stogies, we’re anxious to share them with you. Miura Reserva Selecta is jacketed in a silky Ecuadorian Connecticut-seed wrapper and filled with Nicaraguan binder and filler tobaccos. The result is a straight-burning smoke with a generous draw and notes of pepper, cedar, and a little bit of sweetness.
As a fan of stronger smokes, I can confidently say that this is not your average Connecticut-wrapped cigar. Miura Reserva Selecta cigars are definitely stronger than their peers and accomplish this without becoming harsh or overpowering. Top that off with dynamite construction and a generous draw, and you’ve got a hell of a cigar. And did I mention that they’re under $2 per stick? What are you waiting for? Get yours before we smoke them all