We previously did a group review of the Nomad Therapy Connecticut and I was excited to check out the Therapy Maduro as well.
The new Nomad Therapy line consists of the Connecticut, Habano and the Maduro. All three are offered in the Short Robusto (4-1/2”x50), and the Toro (6”x50). Fred Rewey has also designed a refillable tray for retailers and a new band design as well.
Check out my video review here:
The nose on the Therapy Maduro is leather and earth on the wrapper, with hay and cedar on the foot.
The first opens up with some dry earth, and light spices. There’s a nice punch of medium minus pepper. On the retrohale the pepper is a firm medium with equal strength spices and the flavors linger between draws with a kick of leather into the mix as well. Some cedar enters into the mix about 10 minutes in. The cedar evolves into a sweet cedar to round out the first third.
The middle third evolves into cedar and earth. The retrohale largely consists of spicy cedar at a light plus almost approach a medium minus. As the middle third progresses there’s some leather flavors at the end of each draw.
The last third has the flavors transition to a sweet leather with a dry cedar finish. The retrohale still has some light plus spices to it.
The Therapy Maduro by Nomad Cigar Company is a solid maduro cigar at an aggressively approachable price.
Coffee, iced coffee, a sweeter bourbon, root beer. Anything that will offset some of the pepper and spices.