When in stock, Arturo Fuente cigars don't last very long - and actually so. The Fuente family, who are well-known in the cigar industry, have been making cigars for generations and they never rush their production process. Since Arturo Fuente cigars are reasonably priced they normally sell out quick
Our busy lifestyles don't always allow time to smoke a double corona. Arturo Fuente has found a remedy for this dilemma with the best short smoke available. The Fuente Cuban Corona Maduro is rich and pleasurable. I often find this cigar so pleasurable that I find time to enjoy another.
This is a somewhat rustic looking cigar with a veiny maduro wrapper. It looks, burns and draws a lot like a darker version of a Cuban Montecristo #4, which is my all time favorite cigar. It doesn't taste much like one, but it has a nice full flavor all the way down to the last inch with the emphasis on leather and earth with a hint of sweetness that increases toward the end. The aroma is fragrant, actually better than a Cuban. Until Famous starts selling Cubans, this one will be a regular purchase for me.
A superb everyday smoke. The Fuente Cuban Coronas are always consistent in taste, burn, and draw. Very rarely have I had a bad one. Hands down my favorite small cigar.
I was surprised with this cigar. For the price I didn't have big expectations but this is a quite nice Maduro that is rich in chocolate and coffee tones that stay together to the end. I will be keeping these in my humidor for a nice treat after dinner when I want a touch of sweetness.