The Man O’ War Dark Horse (4.5″ x 44)
Hi I’m Stephanie with CheapHumidors.com and today we’re back with another unboxing, our box this week is the Man O’ War Dark Horse. It’s a pretty cool box, it’s not even a box it’s a tin. So you can use this; you know you can use any cigar box really like if you order one. But tins are really nice because they can be pen holders, you name it, like put little tchotchkes in it, whatever it is you can reuse this tin. The tin is pretty stunning, you see the Dark Horse emblem at the top and then down you see Man O’ War and you see kind of like a Spartan combat look/design that wraps around the bottom of the tin. So on the top of the lid, when you take it off, you see they have Man O’ War on that as well.
Once you open it up you see the 16 cigars you will be receiving. These cigars hail from Nicaragua, they have an Ecuador Habano wrapper and the filler is what makes these really interesting. It’s crafted from the Ligero “short-fillers” that are Nicaraguan and Honduran. So this is strong-bodied smoke, it’s going to produce a lovely amount of flavors when you smoke it but it’s not going to take that long to smoke because it is a corona size. It is 4.5 inches long with a 44 ring gauge and on the cap they have a nice little pig tail. If you are a fan of the Man O’ War line you already know what the band will look like, it’ll be their little Man O’ War emblem and this one is really pretty they carry the tins theme onto the band. All in all a beautiful cigar and a beautiful box.
So that wraps it up for today’s unboxing of the Man O’ War Dark Horse. Let me know in the comments below if you’ve ever tried the Dark Horse before or if you’re interested in trying the Dark Horse. Also let me know if you’re interested in seeing any other unboxings and I’ll see you next week with Kayla’s review.[VIDEO] Unboxing the Man O' War Dark Horse (4.5" x 44) by Stephanie Bolen