La Flor Dominicana Double Ligero Chiselito
5 x 44 - Natural - Single
La Flor Dominicana Double Ligero cigars were introduced in 2003 using a powerful blend of Dominican longfiller and binder leaves finished in silky Ecuadorian wrappers that shimmer with a dark and oily patina. Among the many shapes is the outstanding-rated Chisel, featuring a wedge-shaped head, handcrafted in your choice of a dark natural or an even more savory Maduro wrapper leaf. Flavors of wood and coffee bean dominate with sweet notes on a long, spicy finish. In a word: Awesome!
I have smoked these for quite some time but let me tell you, they are not for the weak of heart. I give them out on the golf course, when playing for money, and they never disappoint as they will make your opponents loopy. If you like a strong stick, this is my go to recommendation. The Chiselito is the younger stronger brother of the LFD DL full stick, meaning it does not take 2 hours to smoke it. The burn is ridiculously good from start to finish, so with that in mind, enjoy and may your ash be long!!!
I've just been *waiting* to get a 'bad' one of these. Come on, ALL hand rolled cigars have one or two dud's out of every 30 or so? I finally got one that was a tight draw because of a serious plug, right in about the middle of the cigar. Unfortunately, the wrapper was strong enough to withstand my 'hand rolling' to unplug it, so the following smoke was, as usual, perfect. (obviously, I have nothing bad to say about this cigar. Get it. Smoke it. Be Happy. Cheers from Ohio.)
This smaller size Chiselito is my favorite in this line. It burns quite a while for it's size, is very consistent and I can only describe the flavor as 'clean'. Strong but no overpowering at all.
Tried one of these today after hearing about them earlier on the Rush Limbaugh show. Well, that and finding one finally at one of the local tabacco shops. Beautiful appearence, only a couple of flaws in the wrapper and I love the bands (I know big deal..) The first third had a wonderful and lightly complex expresso taste, then the second third made me sit down! These are as powerful as advertised! It was almost too much, and I smoke Partagas Black label and Sancho Panza Extra Fuerte in my rotation. Then the last third settled into a wonderful nutty maduro taste. The Chisel shape is nice, though I couldn't find the right spot in my mouth...The burn was spot on, the draw was tremendous (almost to loose..) and it was the most smoke per puff I've had from any cigar. If it wasn't for the strength of the middle of this baby I might try some in my rotation.