The Liga Privada Liga Unico Feral Pig belongs to the most exclusive line made by Drew Estate: The Liga Unico serie.
The Feral Pig is abig cigar with a ring gauge of 60 and a length of 136mm (5,35″). It is a double figurado, that mean both head and foot are tapered.
▪ Country of Origin: Nicaragua
▪ Size: 60x 136 mm (5,35″)
▪ Capa: Connecticut Broadleaf
▪ Capote: Mata Fina (Brazil)
▪ Tripa: Honduras & Nicaragua
▪ Price: 17 $
The head is closed with a sort of longer pig tail, wrapped it on itself.
The wrapper is silky to the touch and it has a nice maduro shade. The filling is generous and the quantity of tobacco used to make this cigar is remarkable.
Liga Privada Liga Unico Feral Pig: before to light it up, balsamic herbs are perceivable. The opening is very light and brings to the palate light tobacco aromas.
The first third alternates tobacco, earth and incense. The aromatic intensity is very confined. The strength is medium.
In the second and third thirds, the cigar aromatic profile doesn’t change: earthy notes and incense keeps on alternating each other. In the finale, the aromatic herbs perceivable in the opening (but balsamic now) gets back. The strength stays on the same medium level till the end (3/5).
Due the big cigar size and so its duration, the lacking of evolution is a parameter that cannot be not considered and penalized a lot this cigar. The very light aromatic intensity doesn’t increase the overall score.