Joya de Nicaragua Antano Dark Corojo
- Origin Nicaragua
- Wrapper Nicaragua Corojo
- Binder Nicaragua
- Filler Nicaragua
- Strength Medium-Full
Joya de Nicaragua has a well-deserved reputation for making high-quality, very bold, and flavorful cigars using Nicaraguan tobaccos. In the 1970s, it was considered the finest brand in Nicaragua and possibly the world. To commemorate this notoriety, Joya de Nicaragua created the Antano 1970 to remind the world what they were capable of. At the time of its release, Nicaraguan cigars were not known for their strength. Instead it was the flavor of the tobacco that Nicaraguan cigars were really known for. To say the Joya de Nicaragua Antano 1970 blew the doors off the cigar world would be an understatement. It was one of the boldest cigars ever created that had both strength and flavor. It cemented Joya de Nicaragua’s legacy as a world class manufacturer.
The Joya de Nicaragua Antano Dark Corojo will reinvent the way you think about JDN Cigars. The Joya de Nicaragua Antano 1970 revolutionized the cigar market by bringing a true full strength and full flavored cigar to market. Dark Corojo is the next chapter in the Joya de Nicaragua story. Crafted at the oldest cigar factory in Nicaragua under the supervision of Dr. Alejandro Martinez Cuenca, the JDN Dark Corojo is a full bodied and full strength masterpiece. This time, the focus is on finnesse. The cigar features a very dark chocolate brown Nicaraguan Corojo wrapper grown with a nice bit of oil to it. The filler and binder are also Nicaraguan grown. The filler is particularly potent featuring a 75% ligero core. Flavors of pepper and leather are present with hints of dark chocolate, and caramel.