Cigar of the Week: Liga Privada No. 9

Drew Estate Liga Privada No. 9 was supposedly a "private blend" for the company's president Steve Saka. This of course might be a marketing trick but we are pretty happy that it was released to the general public as the cigar is really good. Hand-crafted in Nicaragua, the No. 9 sports a Connecticut Broadleaf Ligero Oscuro wrapper and is filled with a mix of Honduran and Dominican tobacco. According to the official website, it has a "lush, earthy and espresso-like" taste profile with a medium-to-full body.

Liga Privada No. 9 Toro

  • Ed thoroughly enjoyed his Liga Privada No. 9 Toro and qualified it as outstanding.
  • Tony Casas reviewed the Flying Pig, a limited release perfecto, for ToastedFoot.com and he's a fan of the cigar. You definitely want to check this review just for the ash pic alone.
  • About one year ago, Matt gave the No. 9 a solid B, stating that this is an enjoyable smoke with great, easily discernable flavors.

Where to get it?

Singles are selling for anywhere between $8.00 and $13.00 depending on the vitola. Some nice deals can be had on boxes.
Click here to compare the prices.

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  1. Love this cigar. Had a box and sadly they are gone. Not easy to find.

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