Excalibur 1066 Dark Knight Cigars
Excalibur 1066 Dark Knight
Honorable and loyal yet with a streak of rebellion, the Hoyo de Monterrey Excalibur Dark Knight cigar will instill a sense of nobility in every smoker wise enough to hold one. Experienced smokers may remember this cigar from when it was part of the discontinued 1066 line, named as a tribute to the Norman Conquest of England occurring during that year. Given its own frontmark in 2010, the Dark Knight nonetheless maintains the same bold and succulent flavors as when it was originally created in 2004, primarily the result of a double Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper and binder. A well-cured mix of Dominican filler balances out the profile and results in a stogie ready to help you fend off the troubles of your kingdom.
Loaded with rich stone fruit, cocoa, and black coffee, smokers looking for full flavored and full bodied enjoyment have been flocking to the Dark Knight for years, and it has lost none of its appeal. Easily equivalent to more recent Broadleaf wrapped cigars like the Hammer + Sickle Moscow City and a couple of the L’Atelier Surrogates, it shows that older brands still know how to make you feel like a king. May your throne be a recliner.
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