The 1502 Nicaragua contains tobaccos from the four main growing regions
of Nicaragua: Esteli, Jalapa, Condega, and Ometepe. This cigar fits right in between the 1502 Emerald and 1502 Ruby - as a "medium plus"
cigar. The 1502 Nicaragua is the latest creation from 1502 cigars.
In its creation, “Fina Fuerte” (Fine Strong) was the main quality that
most inspired us. Our master blender had created this cigar from a combination of carefully selected and aged tobacco leaves. It has a
subtle strength, with flavor and aroma that could only be achieved with the blend of Corojo Habano de Nicaragua, long fillers from San
Andres – Mexico and fields from Estelí and Condega in Nicaragua.
It is the blend created for the discerning smoker’s delight, one that recognizes
a great cigar. Its aesthetic presentation reveals the art of the handcraftsmanship that each of our cigar makers have achieved after many
years of experience. It yields all the flavor and aroma from de valley of Jalapa and Estelí in Nicaragua, wrapped with a beautiful dark
wrapper from Ecuador.
1502 Black Gold
If you like strong cigars, you’ll definitely love this one. This particular
cigar is made to satisfy the discerning smoker who enjoys bold and strong flavors. It has a double binder and long filler from Nicaragua.
With its natural Maduro sun-grown tobacco wrapper, nurtured with all the natural elements where it gets its flavor, especially its strength
1502 Blue Sapphire
Let the 1502 Blue Sapphire help you relax and
enjoy the wonders of what life has to offer. If you enjoy strong cigars, you'll definitely love this full-bodied, 100% Nicaraguan cigar.
Perfection cannot always be rushed. The 1502 XO achieves the perfect balance
of flavor and strength, attained, in large part, by the use of well aged, rare 18 year old tobacco. Let the 1502 XO, our masterpiece, help
you relax and enjoy the wonders of what life has to offer.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including arsenic, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.