First review of 2019. I told myself that I’d smoke what was in my humidor before making any purchases in 2019, and this one I’ve been eyeing for a while. Here are my impressions:
Spirit: Four Roses Single Barrel
Cigar: Flor Del Valle Gran Valle by Warped Cigars
Wrapper: Nicaragua 🇳🇮
Binder: Nicaragua 🇳🇮
Filler: Nicaragua 🇳🇮
Vitola/Size: Gran Robusto/5.5 x 50
Smoking Time: 1:55.22
Review: Warped Cigars got on my radar last year with Guardian of the Farm and Gran Reserva 1988. One of the most impressive boutique brands in the cigar industry in my opinion. Their relationship with Aganorsa Leaf makes them one of the best. This Nicaraguan puro made of Aganorsa Tobacco ups the ante.
Pre-light was met with notes of wood, definitely oak, along with a hint of sweetness, like caramel. Upon lighting, the woody notes became most prevalent with a thick, rich and creamy smoke production. Very smooth with a great aroma at the start of this session.
Into the second-third, spicy notes was introduced but dissipated quickly. Enough to notice and appreciate, but the smoothness of this cigar is what I enjoyed the most. Kyle Gellis brings a Cuban like approach to this blend, and this cigar made me feel like I was in the Old Square of Havana.
Well constructed with an extremely slow burn made for an exquisite treat for nearly 2 hours. I have this is cigar in all of their vitolas and looking forward to trying each of them, especially the Sky Flower (Gran Corona) that boasts the rare Medio Tiempo leaf. Find it. Smoke it. Enjoy it!
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