|Felipe Gregorio Maximo Ligero 3 Tierras|
Felipe Gregorio Cigars has introduced a new cigar for 2013 called the Maximo Ligero 3 Tierras. The Maximo Ligero is actually a cigar consisting of two bores that are bound by an external wrapper.
According to the web-site, “Each bore is made up from one particular type of ligero – Ligero, Esteli Nicaragua and Ligero Criollo 98 Dominican Republic. The construction of the cigar allows the delivery of the ligero directly to your palate. This way you have two ligeros merging together, giving you the opportunity to taste the purity of the leaf.”
The Maximo Ligero 3 Tierras is not the first two bore cigar by Felipe Gregorio. Back in 2005 Felipe Gregorio actually introduced this concept with the original 3 Tierras blend.
At a glance, here is a closer look at the Felipe Gregorio Maximo Ligero 3 Tierras:
The 3 Tierras originally got its name from the 2005 release in that the blend contained tobacco from three regions. The surrounding wrapper was not disclosed.
Bore 1: Ligero – Esteli, Nicaragua
Bore 2 Ligero – Crillo ’98, Dominican Republic
Wrapper – Not disclosed
|View of the two bores of the Maximo Ligero|
The Maximo Ligero is only available in one size. Specific measurements were not disclosed but the final product closely resembles a 5 x 60 box-press torpedo.