Today’s cigar is the La Herencia Cubana Dos Capas Toro in a 6x52 vitola. The La Herencia Cubana Dos Capas comes from Tabaclera Fernandez in Nicaragua. This cigar features the wrappers from both the La Herencia Cubana and La Herencia Cubana Oscuro Fuerte. One is a Pennsylvania Broadleaf Maduro and the other is an Ecuadorian Sumatra Wrapper. The two cigars that had their wrappers combined to make this one featured the same Nicaraguan long fillers so combining them was only natural. This is a fantastic smoke that features an earthy, spicy, woody, nutty core that when combined with the sweetness from the sumatra wrapper and the peppery finish from the maduro wrapper makes this cigar a terrific smoke. I chose this to be today’s cigar as today is the 16th anniversary of the Million Man March. I feel this cigar shows that we all mix perfectly. The Million Man March was instrumental in helping to bring more equality and to show that we are all equal regardless of what our outer wrapper may be.