The Casa Magna Domus Magnus Limitada flew under my radar at IPCPR this year. It wasn’t until after the show that I was hanging out with John Anderson of W.Curtis Draper comparing notes on what cigars impressed us at the show that I first heard about the Domus Magnus. John was very excited as it was one of his favorites from the show. While we are friendly with the Quesada family for whatever reason, maybe its our lack of experience with their brand, that we’ve never gotten any face time with them. Hopefully that will change next year in Orlando or sooner. The Domus Magnus line is a limited edition release with only 5,000 boxes of 10 for each of the two sizes (I assume) and ranging in price from $8-$10 a single. Like I said, the Domus Magnus wasn’t on my radar at IPCPR so my first tasting of these were for this review.
Video runs close to 10 minutes and in my relatively short smoking career there have been few cigars where I’m at a lost for words to describe. One that comes to mind is the Davidoff Colorado Claro and now the Casa Magna Domus Magnus Limitada joins the Colorado Claro in the category of close to perfection and equal to meeting the Pope. The Domus Magnus is artfully constructed, well balanced, copious assortment of smooth flavors and not to mention its ingenious and engaging complexity. $8-$10? Sign me up for a lifetime supply! Like the Colorado Claro the Casa Magnus Domus Magnus Limitada is on of those special “once in a lifetime” cigars that if you see, you should get them…all!