Cigar Review: Aging Room Quattro Nicaragua Sonata – A Harmonious Cigar Symphony

Size:  Vibrato 6” long by 54 ring gauge Box- Pressed

Aging Room Quattro Nicaragua Sonata is the much-awaited sequel to the award-winning Cigar of the Year 2019, Aging Room Quattro Nicaragua, and it does not disappoint. Crafted by brand owner Rafael Nodal, this cigar line is a true musical composition of flavors that captivates the senses.

The Sonata starts with an elegant appearance – a soft box-pressed, chocolate brown wrapper that’s finely constructed and inviting. Made entirely from Nicaraguan tobaccos and expertly crafted at the Tabacalera A.J. Fernadez de Nicaragua SA cigar factory, this cigar exudes the richness and complexity of its origins.

Upon lighting up, the first third begins with a delightful mix of black pepper, barnyard, and salt & vinegar chips, creating a unique interplay of savory and tangy notes. As the cigar progresses, a symphony of flavors unfolds, including hints of mushroom, cumin, toffee, and cedar, all accompanied by a subtle nutty undertone. It’s a true exploration of taste and texture.

In the second third, the Sonata takes us on a journey through rich coffee and toasted oats, complemented by the earthy notes of cedar and leather. The experience becomes even more captivating with the addition of red pepper, creating a harmonious balance between bold and smooth flavors.

The final third of the Sonata crescendos with a burst of cinnamon and espresso, accompanied by the comforting essence of walnut and earth. The flavors dance together, led by a delightful nuttiness, black pepper, and a touch of mushroom, leaving a memorable impression.

Throughout the smoking experience, the cigar delivers an ample amount of smoke with an even burn line, showcasing its consistent nature. With a strength rating of 5.75 out of 10, it provides just the right amount of intensity to keep things intriguing.

After savoring each nuanced note, the Aging Room Quattro Nicaragua Sonata earns an excellent rating of 90.88 out of 100. It’s a cigar symphony that delights the palate and leaves a lasting impression.

This blind review (Cigar #1-D) was conducted by the Cigar Review Team comprising SamF, Tyler Ceola, George, James Elliott, Mike Mellon, Jeff Gilbert, Rick Galletta, Matt DeKorte, Mike DiPeppino, and Hudson, showcases the unanimous appreciation for this remarkable cigar.

Aging Room Quattro Nicaragua Sonata is a true masterpiece, inspired by the great composers of the past, and now, it stands as a testament to the artistry of cigar blending. For aficionados seeking an exquisite experience that harmonizes complexity and balance, this cigar is an absolute must-try.

Price:  $13.29 per single, $236.99 per box of 20 

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