Let's get one thing straight, friends... Don Lino is NOT a distant relative of Don Nobody. In support of all the Deal-Seeking Buzzards, Closeout Vultures and ravenous Value Hounds on our customer list, Team Holt's conducted an in-depth analysis of the two aforementioned cigar brands. After a thorough taste test, we concluded that the only similarity between the two is that they're both combustible. While Don Nobody cigars are comprised of tobacco scraps, newspaper, sawdust and chicken feathers, Don Lino cigars are fine specimens hailing from Nicaragua that employ gorgeous, supple Maduro wrappers and a smooth, medium-bodied medley of all-Nicaraguan long-fillers. Upon ignition, you can look forward to just a tad of spice with some underlying hints of cedar and fantastic creamy, buttery nuances right down to the nub. Put Don Lino in the cart today and prepare your palate for supreme satisfaction for pennies on the dollar, son!
- Country: Nicaragua
- Wrapper: Nicaraguanshapes:Torpedo, Churchill, Robusto, Toro