The Aging Room Quattro Nicaragua cigar was created in 2017 by Rafael Nodal, the founder of the Aging Room brand. Nodal wanted to create a cigar that was a tribute to Nicaragua, a country that is known for its rich tobacco production. The Quattro Nicaragua is made with all-Nicaraguan tobaccos, including a Corojo wrapper, a Criollo binder, and a blend of fillers from Estelí, Condega, and Jalapa.
The cigar was originally made at the Tabacalera AJ Fernandez factory in Estelí, Nicaragua. However, in 2020, production was moved to the Tabacalera La Palma factory in Tamboril, Dominican Republic. The Quattro Nicaragua is available in a variety of vitolas, including the Robusto, Toro, and Churchill.
The cigar has been well-received by critics and consumers alike. It has been awarded high ratings from Cigar Aficionado and other publications. In 2019, the Quattro Nicaragua Maestro was named Cigar Aficionado’s Cigar of the Year.
The Aging Room Quattro Nicaragua is a complex and flavorful cigar that is perfect for experienced smokers. It offers notes of coffee, chocolate, cedar, and spice. The cigar has a medium to full body and a long, lingering finish.
If you are looking for a Nicaraguan puro that is rich in flavor and complexity, the Aging Room Quattro Nicaragua is a great option. It is a cigar that is sure to please even the most discerning smokers.
Here is a brief timeline of the history of the Aging Room Quattro Nicaragua cigar:
- 2017: The cigar is released.
- 2019: The Quattro Nicaragua Maestro is named Cigar Aficionado’s Cigar of the Year.
- 2020: Production of the cigar is moved to Tabacalera La Palma in Dominican Republic.
The Aging Room Quattro Nicaragua is a relatively new cigar, but it has quickly become one of the most popular Nicaraguan puros on the market. It is a cigar that is sure to be enjoyed by smokers for years to come.