Ortsac 1962 Bulletproof Corojo Cigars Cigars
Ortsac 1962 Bulletproof Corojo
The Ortsac 1962 Bulletproof cigar is a lush, flavorful smoke meant to compete with anything the island nation of Cuba can throw at it. Named after the US military's Operation Ortsac during the Cuban Missile Crisis, brand owner Victor Vitale of The Cigar Agency wanted to create a cigar with a flavor profile and quality similar to those of the Castro-led country. Whether or not you have the experience to tell if he accomplished this goal, we think you are certain to be happy with the result. With it's velvety Nicaraguan Corojo wrapper, Dominican binder, and rich blend of Nicaraguan and Dominican filler, the 1962 Bulletproof is ready for the showdown.
The cigar has a dry cocoa aroma that transfers seamlessly into the taste of the smoke that pours out once lit. Additional flavors of wood, coffee, and dried fruit complete the experience, which you will want to repeat again and again. Packed into zippered, waterproof cases the Ortsac 1962 Bulletproof makes a bold statement about how good a cigar can be and is recommended for any enthusiast looking for a Cubanesque smoke that won't bleed a bank account dry. Other cigars that know how to recreate the Cuban style include the Don Pepin Garcia Serie JJ and Casa Fernandez Miami Reserva.
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