The 4/2g Slam you see here has been aging since 2011, so as of this year (2020) that makes 9 years of age! The blend uses tobaccos from fields that have been re-cultivated after they were forgotten when the Sandanistas took over in 1979 in Nicaragua. Corojo and Criollo are grown on these fields and capture the intricacy of tobacco possible in Nicaragua especially in the Esteli and Jalapa regions. The profile brings a toasted graham cracker note, a backdrop of cacao, coffee, oak, mesquite, and rounds out the profile with dark chocolate and a rich spicy leather. New isn’t always better especially when it comes to cigars, vintage is where it’s at when it comes to cigars.