For this gem, AJ Fernandez has a crop of incredibly rare Seventh Cut Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper. What’s “Seventh Cut,” you ask? The Seventh Cut is one of the last primings to be removed from the plant and thus packs an incredible amount of flavor and strength. Nestled beneath this premium wrapper is a hearty Mexican binder that encompasses potent – yet, well-aged – Nicaraguan fillers from Esteli, Condega, and Ometepe. As rich, thick plumes of smoke coat your palate with flavors of espresso, leather, and black pepper, you’ll be happy you gave in to temptation...
While brands and cigar companies have lasted decades in the business, you rarely find a blend that has remained intact that long. And with Romeo y Julieta Vintage, you get just that. Remaining unchanged for over 20 years, this Romeo comes loaded with mellow, yet, flavorful Dominican fillers that are encased inside a light Connecticut wrapper. The result is one of the most universal blends in the business. Any enthusiast will enjoy the balanced cigar ripe with notes of cedar, cashews, and cream.
Finished With A Smooth Ecuadorian Connecticut Wrapper
CAO Gold has now become one of the classics in the cigar industry. And this once cutting-edge brand still holds up with the best of them. Earning a ‘90’ rating, CAO Gold is comprised of Cuban-seed Nicaraguan fillers finished with an Ecuadorian Connecticut. Notes of cedar, earth, and vanilla coat the palate with hints of spice on the finish. This classic always hits the spot and is still priced as a reasonable every day option.