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02
Jun

Origin : Dominican Republic
Format : Robusto
Size : 5 1/4 x 50
Wrapper : Dominican Republic
Filler : Dominican Republic
Binder : Dominican Republic
Hand-Made
Price : ~$30 each
More info about purchasing Arturo Fuente Lost City cigars…

I have always been amazed by all the lifestyle behind the incredible Fuente family. The Opus line almost became an addiction for some and a myth for others.
Not my everyday cigar, as I normally do not spend over $15 in new world cigars, but I thought I would give it a try again.

Draw : 5 out of 6 stars
Burn : 5 out of 6 stars
Flavours : 3.5 out of 6 stars
Aromas : 4 out of 6 stars
Strength : 3 out of 6 stars

Overall Quality : 4.1 out of 6 stars (4.1)

Appearance : 6 out of 6 stars
Not much to say when it comes to the appearance. The Arturo Fuente Opus X Robusto is loyal to the brand’s reputation of high quality cigars. Perfectly soft and silky wrapper. Super thin and oily!
The Colorado Claro colour is stunning. Beautiful shade of brown.
What a beautiful looking cigar!

Construction : 5 out of 6 stars
The Opus X Robusto burnt extremely evenly throughout the cigar. A solid, well formed, whit ash was proudly standing for long on the cigar.
The draw was great delivering a high density of smoke without requiring lots of effort. I did not have to relight it once. I sometimes fear an easy draw would get me to overheat the cigar toward the end but this wasn’t the case for the Opus X Robusto keeping the same medium strength all the way.

Flavor : 3.5 out of 6 stars

1st Part:
The first two puffs were stronger than expected. Full bodied, with an explosion of spices and leathery texture. Right after that the strength settle to medium allowing the cigar to slowly express its beautiful and soft spiciness. A high acidity that allowed the palate to constantly have a feel of the last puff. Therefore a very long finish of cedar wood notes was appreciated.
The draw was very pleasant allowing a thick smoke to easily be formed which had a very soft and delicate aroma. An aroma very vegetal reminding of a freshly cut grass.
Towards the end of the first part the leathery texture was disappearing to be replaced with a soft creaminess. The acidity level became lower as well as the texture didn’t last for very long.

2nd Part:
After a complex first part that kept on changing, the second was more linear. The creamy texture was present and a high sweetness was dominating the flavour profile. The notes of cinnamon and cardamom were incredible as well. Easy to reckon and appreciate.
The burn was impeccable and the amount of smoke was very constant. I, however expected some more action from this middle part.

3rd Part:
Until the very end I didn’t have to relight a single time the cigar. It took me less than an hour to go through this robusto and I am amazed with such a high quality of construction.
The tobacco never felt bitter and sometimes the last third can express some excess of nicotine and amoniac. The Arturo Fuento Opus X Robusto did not show such a sign. The sweetness and soft texture remained the same. Although the flavours got richer with a nice intensity to it. The spiciness from the beginning came back a bit too late to my opinion.

Overall Rating : 4.1 out of 6 stars (4.1)
The Arturo Fuente Opus X line is produced in very small quantities. They have the reputation to be the finest of the finest in the Dominican Republic Island. When many people still think, this island produce soft and light tobacco, there are few cigars on the market that can show you the opposite. The rich flavours ( sometimes to linear…) of this Robusto showed some serious blending and tobacco quality. For people not looking for high complexity cigars but still rich flavours and aromas, perfectly rolled this is one special one. The price is of course due to the rarity of it.
I believe it is a great “special occasion” cigar that will please most of your guests if you wish to be generous. It will at least satisfy you without any doubt.

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14
Nov

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You may be aware that a number of ballot measures were up last week for raising cigar taxes in several states. In this week’s cigar news updates, I will let you know what happened. There is not a whole lot in the way of other news right now, but there are some Fuente updates and a new release from Atlantic Cigars.

New and Upcoming Releases:

  • If you have shopped for Arturo Fuente Don Carlos cigars recently, you may have noticed a change in their appearance. While the cigar itself is unchanged, the band is now different. The red background has been replaced by a black one for a new look.
  • Atlantic Cigar Co. is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a brand new Viaje release. This release is exclusive to the retailer and can only be purchased directly from Atlantic Cigars. Called the Viaje Atlantic 20th Anniversary WLP 20th Limited Edition Toro, it measures 6 x 52 and comes box-pressed. The blend is a Nicaraguan puro with Cuban-seed fillers an a criollo wrapper. It is being manufactured in Honduras, and costs $9 per cigar. Only 400 boxes are being produced, each containing 10 cigars.

Legal News:

  • The Dallas City Council just voted 8-6 to ban smoking in Dallas parks. While this is not great news, there are some exceptions to the ban. You can for example smoke at the State Fair of Texas in Fair Park. You also can still smoke at city-owned golf courses as well as the Elm Fork Shooting Range. So while we’d obviously prefer there were no ban, we can at least say that the city council has taken steps to ensure that cigar smoking is still permitted in outdoor venues where it is popular.
  • S.B. 2765 is a new bill which could limit the state taxes on New Jersey cigars. Right now the taxes on New Jersey cigars are set at 30% of the wholesale price. If passed, the bill would set a cap which would bring down costs for all cigars with a MSRP of $3.40 or more. For a cigar priced at $9, that could mean a $1 reduction in price. Let’s hope this passes.
  • Finally, the biggest news concerns last week’s polls. As you probably know, a few different measures pertaining to cigar taxes were on the ballots in North Dakota, Missouri, Colorado, and California. Voters in Missouri, North Dakota, and Colorado defeated the measures, so cigar taxes in those states will not be going up. In California however, Proposition 56 passed. Over sixty percent of voters backed the measure, which will drive up cigar taxes by an astonishing 153%. Right now cigar taxes in the state are 27.3%. Going forward the new tax should be around 69.2%. This change will go into effect on July 1st of 2017, so if you live in California, get your expensive purchases out of the way ASAP.

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10
Mar

Fuente Fuente Opus X The Lost City 1

Origin : Dominican Republic
Format : Robusto
Size : 5 1/4 x 50
Wrapper : Dominican Republic
Filler : Dominican Republic
Binder : Dominican Republic
Hand-Made
Price : ~$30 each
More info about purchasing Arturo Fuente Lost City cigars…

This week I really had some deep pockets. I typically do not spend over $15.00 on a cigar unless I know it to be eccentric, however I really wanted to try this Opus X blend, so I splurged. Let’s find out if it was worth it.

In 2004 Hollywood actor/director Andy Garcia wanted to produce a film telling the story of a Cuban tobacco family’s struggles during the Castro revolution. In one of the movie’s scenes Garcia wanted to duplicate a Cuban tobacco farm. After being introduced to Carlito Fuente, owner of Tabacalera A. Fuente y Cia, Garcia proposed the idea of shooting a scene with the tobacco plants in the background. Carlito was in favor of the idea however harvest was right around the corner making it impossible to film. Being the gentleman he is, Carlito offered to plant a field of tobacco after harvest and by June Garcia would have a field of three-foot plants to shoot in his scene. When asked what he would do with the tobacco Fuente replied “If it is good, I will use it.” That’s when Garcia suggested the idea of making a special blend bearing the logo from the movie, “The Lost City” which would later become the name on the cigars. The rest from there is history. The tobacco, seen in the movie, is the same used in The Lost City blend.

The Lost City cigars are available in five different sizes at varying prices. Each box of 10 comes with a copy of the movie The Lost City, certificate of authenticity, and sports an individual serial number. The boxes’ MSRP is as follows:

  • Robusto $279.00
  • Double Robusto $289.00
  • Toro $299.00
  • Piramide $299.00
  • Lancero $299.00 (we reviewed this cigar twice, here and here)

Fuente Fuente Opus X The Lost City 3

The pre-light ritual for The Lost City didn’t really go well. There were two cracks in the wrapper at the foot of the cigar. Large veins running head to foot and the overall appearance was very rough looking.

The cap had been applied very sloppily and started to unravel after being cut. The band was very elaborate with a dark fire glow however excessive glue had been used to apply it, leaving marks near both the upper and lower bands. Pre-light smell contained signs of cream and tea, which I very much enjoy and the cold, tight draw showed signs of sweet tobacco.

Pre-light score: 7 pts.

The Opus X Lost City proved to be a heavy, full-bodied smoke from the start. The first third showed tastes of leather and spice and was a touch musty, but not in a bad way. The cigar had a nice firm white ash and the burn was a little wavy but did not need to be touched up. The most exciting part however came at the end of the first third when my palate was teased with sweet honey and tea notes. I really love these characteristics in a cigar!

Fuente Fuente Opus X The Lost City 5

These wonderful flavors didn’t last long though. In fact, they had dissipated by the time I began the second third. The second third started nice and cool leaving my palate refreshed. The draw on The Lost City was perfect, and glorious coffee notes lasted through the end of the second third.

Another problem did occur when removing the first band. It had been covering another crack (third one) in the cigar’s wrapper leaf. So far the first two had not really had a huge affect on the cigars burn and draw performance so hopefully the third rip will surpass too.

The final third on my Fuente Fuente Opus X Lost City continued with roasted coffee notes however nearing the end became mottled with a bitter floral taste.

Smoking score: 9 pts.

Fuente Fuente Opus X The Lost City 7

Overall this was a very delightful cigar showing lots of complexity. It is most certainly a full-bodied smoke so I do not recommend it to those beginning palates however, I think this is the perfect example of a cigar smoking and tasting better than it looks. Remember construction is not the only aspect of a good cigar. I will probably not restock these in my humidor solely due to the hefty price tag they carry but if you have a few extra Benjamin’s you might consider picking a few up.

Overall Experience score: 8 pts.

Fuente Fuente Opus X The Lost City Rating

Pre-Light: 7 pts.
Smoking: 9 pts.
Overall Experience: 8 pts.

TOTAL: 24 pts.

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02
Sep

Arturo Fuente Don Carlos No. 2

Arturo FuenteOrigin : Dominican Republic
Format : Figurado
Size : 6 x 55
Wrapper : African Cameroon
Filler : Dominican Republic
Binder : Dominican Republic
Hand-Made
Price : $11.00 – $13.00 each
More info about purchasing Arturo Fuente Don Carlos cigars…

Created by Don Carlos Fuente, Sr., and rolled at Tabacalera A. Fuente in the Dominican Republic, the Don Carlos No. 2 is claimed to still be one of the finest cigars on the market. Being released to the public in 1997 and said to have vintage aged tobacco (10 years) these cigars are typically difficult to come across. The Don Carlos line consists of seven different sizes each available in boxes of 25:

Arturo Fuente Don Carlos No. 2

The first thing I noticed about this cigar was the very pointed tip on the cap. The wrapper was a beautiful oily brown with little to no veins. There was one black spot located near the foot of the cigar and with further inspection I found glue reminisces all over the top/cap of the cigar and some near the foot. The band was a typical Arturo Fuente band with red and gold embroidery. I was unable to detect anything worth noting in the pre-light smell however the cold draw parted me with heavy mint and tea notes. Hmmm, this could be interesting.

Arturo Fuente Don Carlos No. 2

Pre-light score: 7 pts.

The first third of my Arturo Fuente Don Carlos No. 2 was very sweet and woodsy. This medium bodied start had a perfect draw and velvet smoke that burned quickly into the start of the second third.

Arturo Fuente Don Carlos No. 2

Heading into the second third the cigar tended to burn uneven but produced a wonderfully white brittle ash with some gray tones throughout. The cigar turned leathery into the second third and the uneven burn continued. Again it seemed as if this cigar was burning very quickly so I had to better pace myself in order to fully enjoy the aged tobacco flavor at the end of this third.

With only the final third to go the Don Carlos No. 2 was heading for victory in my book. The cigar’s outstanding effortless draw helped the cigar find its way back to the woodsy undertone with primary taste being nutty. The Don Carlos No. 2 started out medium bodied but ended mild/medium.

Smoking score: 9 pts.

Arturo Fuente Don Carlos No. 2

This cigar is a truly great example of what Arturo Fuente cigars is all about. I personally tend to enjoy the Don Carlos line more than the Opus X as I find them to be more consistent. The Don Carlos No. 2 showed great complexity and class. If I could change anything about this experience it’s that the cigar would have burned slower. It took me roughly an hour to smoke this cigar and typically a cigar this size takes me anywhere from ninety minutes to one hundred and twenty minutes to finish. My suggestion is, if you can find these cigars don’t hesitate to buy them, in fact… stock up!

Overall Experience score: 9 pts.

Arturo Fuente Don Carlos No.2 Rating

Pre-Light: 7 pts.
Smoking: 9 pts.
Overall Experience: 9 pts.

TOTAL: 25 pts.

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26
Sep

Arturo Fuente Short Story #1

Arturo FuenteOrigin : Dominican Republic
Format : Figurado
Size : 4 x 49
Wrapper : Cameroon
Filler : Dominican Republic
Binder : Dominican Republic
Hand-Made
Price : $6 each
More info about purchasing Arturo Fuente Short Story cigars…

The Arturo Fuente family is probably one of, if not the most, famous names in the cigar industry. For those new smokers out there that are wondering where to start your cigar journey, well I’d look at the Fuente family. The Hemingway series was released in 1983 with the 6 x 47 Signature and the entire series is still strong on the market today. In case you weren’t aware the word “Hemingway” refers to a certain shape used to roll a cigar (figurado body with tapper perfecto foot).

This should be a perfect size smoke for folks that have to bear the cold outside winter weather. Let’s see if the performance is worth it too…

The pre-light on the Arturo Fuente Hemingway Short Story showed a medium brown rough wrapper with a sloppy uneven cap. The foot (nipple) on the cigar was cracked (on both samples I smoked) and the cold smell was a sweet fresh cut hay. The band was a typical Arturo Fuente Hemingway however the interesting thing for me was the shape of the cigar. It never fails to amaze me that these are hand-made items and someone in the world was able to shape the cigar in this format (with the help of molds). Finally the cold draw was somewhat tight with an interesting honeysuckle type tastes.

Pre-light score: 6 pts.

Arturo Fuente Short Story #3

Lighting the cigar proved to be somewhat of a difficulty due to the crack that was on the foot of the stick (had to re-light multiple times). After finally getting the cigar going I was greeted with woody, sweet, caramel hints with wood being the most dominant of the flavors. The draw showed a nice resistance with an aroma that reminded me of a burning maple wood fire.

With the cigar’s size not being very big I quickly moved into the second third. In fact the second and final thirds were very similar. The burn on the stick became wavy however it only needed one touch up. The draw remained solid with tastes also remaining the same, a nice natural woody sweetness. Near the finish the cigar did get some unusual charred tastes but nothing too terrible. I would certainly classify the cigar in the mild to medium body range.

Smoking score: 7 pts.

Arturo Fuente Short Story #5

To sum up the Arturo Fuente Hemingway Short Story I would say this cigar is a perfect smoke for those of us that are outside winter smokers (on those days when you are able to step out and get in a smoke). The cigar is not terribly complex however does offer some nice “warming” aspects, and only takes about 35 – 40 minutes to smoke. As far as stocking them in my permanent rotation, that probably won’t happen, but pick a few up and see what you think.

Overall Experience score: 6 pts.

Arturo Fuente Hemingway Short Story Rating

Pre-Light: 6 pts.
Smoking: 7 pts.
Overall Experience: 6 pts.

TOTAL: 19 pts.

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20
Jun

Arturo Fuente Opus X Lost City Lancero

Arturo FuenteOrigin : Dominican Republic
Format : Lancero
Size : 7.5 x 41
Wrapper : Dominican Republic
Binder : Dominican Republic
Filler : Dominican Republic
Hand-Made
Price : ~$32 each
More info about purchasing Arturo Fuente Lost City cigars…

The lancero vitola seems to have fallen from favor with most contemporary cigar smokers. It’s understandable in today’s time-crunched society that a longer length cigar with a tiny ring gauge, which forces you to take more deliberately slow draws to avoid excess heat, holds relatively less interest from a purely practical standpoint. Perhaps a cigar with an origin in Hollywood can persuade smokers that they’ve been missing something.

The Fuente family is known for their marketing prowess, and the Lost City line of cigars is no exception. Director Andy Garcia needed several scenes for his movie “The Lost City” shot on a tobacco farm, which wouldn’t normally be difficult if it wasn’t for the fact that the growing season was over. Carlito Fuente was happy to provide a location for shooting the film by planting tobacco leaf off-season. He later used this leaf for his Lost City branded cigars. It is interesting to note; however, that the lancero is one of a few vitolas that does not actually utilize this unique tobacco leaf in its blend. Despite this fact, the small ring gauge lends a distinct flavor to the Opus X line that nothing else does.

The toothy Rosado wrapper has only a few very small, almost unnoticeable veins with an even coloring throughout. As with all of the Opus X cigars, the firm bunch does not create draw problems and facilitates a nice slow burn. This is a masterfully rolled, blemish free cigar that only becomes more aesthetically pleasing through the artful design and execution of the bands.

Leather, driftwood, and pepper are the dominant flavors at the beginning of the cigar. A subtle sweetness gently blends its way into the combination of flavors and begins to overtake the note of wood. In the last third the cigar hints at a pleasant nutty flavor before becoming bitter at the final inch.

This handsome lancero does not rank among the most complex cigars I’ve smoked; however, the flavor is pleasing and unique. Take a few hours from your day, sit in a comfortable chair with your favorite Scotch, and take the time to really savor the Fuente Fuente Opus X Lost City Lancero. You’ll be happy you indulged in this special treat.

Rating : 4 out of 5 stars

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14
Mar

Arturo Fuente Don Carlos No.4

Arturo FuenteOrigin : Dominican Republic
Format : Belicoso
Size : 5 1/8 x 43
Wrapper : Cameroon
Filler : Dominican Republic
Binder : Dominican Republic
Hand-Made
Price : $7 each
More info about purchasing Arturo Fuente Don Carlos cigars…

The Fuente family makes some of the most popular cigars in the US. The Opus X and Hemingway lines seem to get the most notoriety in this part of the country, but right up there with them is the premium Don Carlos line of Cameroon wrapped cigars. The Don Carlos is a superbly constructed refined cigar that proudly bears the name of Don Carlos Fuente Sr. himself. The Don Carlos can be had in various vitolas, seven of which are the most common. The #2, #3, #4, Robusto, Double Robusto, Belicoso, and Presidente. I have seen pictures of a Lancero but have never seen one in person. I don’t know the story behind the Lancero but can only assume it was some kind of special run that may or may not have ever been publicly available. The Fuente’s seem to have a lot of special run, never released cigars floating around out there. You often hear stories of them much like you hear stories of Big Foot and Lochness sightings.

But I digress. Today I am smoking the Don Carlos No. 4. It is a handsome looking Mini Belicoso in a toothy, brown Cameroon wrapper that shimmers with an oily sheen. The Mini Belicoso is unique. The cigar is the size of a Petite Corona but with the tapered bullet head of a belicoso. The wrapper tastes sweet on the lips and the draw seems to be about perfect with just the right amount of resistance. Right off the bat it delivers a nice strong abundance of Cameroon sweet spice. This is one of the smoothest and most refined Cameroons I’ve smoked (true of Don Carlos in general). I am a lover of Cameroon wrapped cigars so I really enjoyed this. The flavor was pretty consistent the whole way. This size is a little stronger and more robust than the larger vitolas in this line. There is a little pepper in the background and the finish is surprisingly light and pleasant. The construction is impeccable and the burn is perfect. Given the small, short format of this cigar, the lack of complexity really isn’t a problem. It is the perfect smoke if you are looking to get a lot of straight forward, classic Cameroon flavor.

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06
Mar

Arturo Fuente Hemingway Signature Maduro

Arturo FuenteOrigin : Dominican Republic
Format : Perfecto
Size : 6.0″ x 47
Wrapper : Broadleaf Maduro
Filler : Dominican
Binder : Dominican Republic
Hand-Made
Price : $9 each
More info about purchasing Arturo Fuente Hemingway cigars…

As if the Cameroon-wrapped Hemingway cigars weren’t special enough, The Cigar Family makes an extra special, aged, limited release of the Hemingways with a Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro wrapper. Like the Anejos, the Hemingway Maduros are usually released around the holidays as a special treat for the fans and customers of Arturo Fuente cigars. I gave some more background on the Hemingway line of cigars in my review of the Hemingway Best Seller so click on over and check that out while you’re here.

The Signature Maduro has an oily, dark, toothy wrapper that is simply gorgeous. It has the look of old, well worn leather. Like all the Hemingway’s the foot tapers down to a slightly odd looking nipple. The Hemingway and Hemingway Maduro provide an excellent example of how much a wrapper can affect the flavor of a cigar. The maduro is a completely different and unique experience compared to its Cameroon-wrapped sibling. The Cameroon version provides a classic Cameroon flavor with a sweet spice. The Signature Maduro starts off with flavors of cedar and a slight sweetness typical of a maduro wrapped cigar with flashes of black tea. As the smoke develops it gets very creamy and mellow. In the last third it starts to exhibit black pepper with a unique earthiness that I find hard to describe. It makes me think of wet earth, almost like I am tasting the rich damp soil the tobacco was grown in.

The construction, as is always the case with any Hemingway was superb. The burn was razor sharp and the ash was grey and rough looking but held firm. It produces thick clouds of white smoke with a rich aroma. There is just nothing bad to say about this cigar. It is a wonderful experience from start to end and as good as the Cammie version of this cigar is, it pales in comparison to the complex experience that the maduro delivers. The Signature Maduro and the Work of Art Maduro are by far my favorites of the Hemingway line. If you have never had one, you simply must find one and try it. I usually don’t give maduros this much love, but this is a superb cigar.

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29
Jan

Not to bad over all. Not as much like the 8-5-8 maduro as I would have liked it to be but not to bad. I would get this cigar again. I got about an hour out if this cigar. Good smoke and a good pull. The wrapper was great and the burn it sharpe. Thanks for watching.

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27
Nov

Arturo Fuente 8-5-8 Rosado

Arturo FuenteOrigin : Dominican Republic
Format : Grand Corona
Size : 6 x 47
Wrapper : Dominican (?) Rosado
Binder : Dominican Republic
Filler : Dominican Republic
Hand-Made
Price : ?

There is no harder cigar to find from the Fuentes than the 8-5-8 Rosado. This sample comes from the 2009 release. They are prized as collector’s items, so I was interested in seeing how such a rare cigar actually tasted.

The appearance of this cigar doesn’t suggest anything special. The reddish tint and few veins make it attractive, but it really doesn’t jump out at you.

After lighting it and taking the first puff, all I can say is “Holy crap!”.

What a rich robust flavor! Smooth and creamy, teeming with leather and a bit of spice, the first puffs are a dream. The finish is really long, allowing me to enjoy these flavors long after the exhale.

The stick is full flavored but not strong. However it does pick up halfway through. The same flavors are present but in greater intensity, making it a complex cigar, sort of.

The last third is rife with espresso and cocoa notes with that purveying leather flavor.

What a joy this was to smoke! It makes me understand why they are so heavily sought after.

Rating: 94 (A)

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