Is everything they say about Fuente Fuente OpusX cigars true? The only way to find out is to get one in your hands. This OpusX Fuente Fuente isn't too big or too small - it's juuuust right. Exquisitely handmade and sparkling with rich, spicy, full-bodied flavor. In a class by itself.
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