Presented in a box of 32 cigars, the Fuente Fuente OpusX 'Fuente Fuente' is expertly wrapped in an oily, brick-hued, Dominican-grown wrapper packed with bold, spicy and smooth-smoking Dominican-grown longfiller tobaccos. Like all OpusX cigars, this savory number is state-of-the-art. A must smoke!
good cigar, good draw, good construction. I have had many sub-ten dollar cigars that beat the opus x easily.1 0
The aroma never materializes. After a third burned, the scent is more noticeable but not completely there. It remained that way to the end. I had smoke one on New Year Eve 2010; they are so much different. If I was blindfold, I would say it was a $5 cigar.0 0
Anyone that spends $40.00 for this Opus is an idiot. You obviously don't know jack about Cigars. These may be an ok smoke at $10.00 at $40.00 they suck.0 0
If we're all talking about the Fuente Fuente size, I'm not sure who is paying $40 each; I pay about $13. Along with most sizes of Opus, the Fuente Fuente is a delight when aged for a long time in constant humidity. The burn becomes stable and the complexity increases dramatically. Agree that young Opus is a pain burn wise, but aged 3 years, they truly are in a class all their own. I always have between 10 and 15 boxes in my humidor aging their way to a constant supply of boxes approaching 3 years. Don Carlos Double Robustos and #3s are a good runner up, but nothing beats an Opus Period.1 0