Arturo Fuente Hemingway Classic
The Fuente Hemingway Classic premium cigar is handcrafted in the old Cuban tradition. Using the original Fuente perfecto molds from the 1920s, the cigars are blended with vintage Dominican filler & binder encased in Cameroon wrappers for a mellow smoke with delicate notes of cedar and spice.
I've never had a bad Hemingway and the Classic is right up there with the top 5 cigar brands, IMO. The draw was perfect and the flavor got spicier as it approached the halfway mark. I detected flavors of dark chocolate.
I have been smoking several of these every year for about eight years and sharing a couple each year too with close friends that appreciate a good cigar. I have never had a bad one or a complaint. I had one today as the weather was unseasonably warm, and it was just like all the others, solid medium strength with lots of smoke, nice even burn with a rich, slightly sweet cedar flavor and a touch of pepper that mellowed out at the end. Nice nicotine buzz, but not overpowering. They are definitely a go to cigar when you want something special and don't want to be disappointed
This is a long boy, and it was winter, so my cousin and I hunkered down in his garage and lit a couple of these bad boys up. Great look from the beginning, lit up like a champ with a good draw and great flavor. Was smooth and consistent the entire length of the cigar! The only problem I had with this cigar is that I paid retail for them! If I can get a box of these at 1/4 the price, I'd be in heaven!