Liga Privada, meaning "private blend" in Spanish, was originally produced only for Steve Saka, president of Drew Estate. The cigars are exceptionally difficult to roll, and consist of a stalk-cut Connecticut Habano wrapper, Brazilian Mata Fina binder, and a filler blend containing five different tobaccos from Honduras and Nicaragua. Imagine trying to cram seven different tobaccos into a slim, 5x44 Corona size--it's no wonder Dirty Rat is an extremely limited release. The result, though, is a powerful, complex stogie with aromas of cedar and pepper, along with floral undertones. These are top shelf smokes that are well worthy of their labor-intensive rolling and painstaking blending--get yours before we jump the gun and smoke them all!
Good smokes. Not strong enough for me but perfect draw, good taste, nice complexity. earthy, slight pepper, some espresso, and dark chocolate.
By Carl on May 25, 2018
Great Flavors. Perfect Burn! I love these cigars.
By Daren on Mar 21, 2018
By far my favorite cigar. My humidor is stocked with these stogies at all times!
By Edward on Feb 3, 2018
Can’t beat these cigars. Always an easy draw.
By BRET on Jan 30, 2018
You just can’t go wrong with Liga Privada for full smoke.
By Bryson on Nov 7, 2017
The Liga LP40 is one of the best smokes I've had this year. The flavor is great, and like all Ligas the construction is flawless. Great smoke right out of the packaging. Highly recommended!
By Rinzee on Oct 29, 2017
By george on May 23, 2017
What makes these cigars so intriging? Is it that they are always on backorder or slighly pricey, no its just that they are that good.
By Irving on Feb 5, 2015
Another Liga Pravada winner! Lots of smoke, perfect draw and burn.
By Joseph on Sep 16, 2014
I can t get enough of this cigar! One problem: they are so hard to get a hold of. Perfect construction/performance. Beautiful flavors and very creamy for a Liga.
By Richard on Sep 16, 2014