Prensado vs Prensado Fumas - so what’s the difference? Besides the obvious missing band and box, not much - other than maybe the Honduran Trojes wrapper didn’t pass Alec Bradley’s eyeball test, or some similarly nitpicky detail that caused them to be set aside. Regardless of their box-worthiness, these Prensado Fumas are the same blend that routinely earns 4 and 5 stars from Famous customers, along with a #1 award from our friends in the magazine business: Honduran and Nicaraguan long fillers, clad in a Nicaraguan Jalapa binder and the aforementioned Trojes wrapper. It’s a smooth (yet potent) smoke rife with impressively deep, dark-roasted coffee and pepper flavors. If you’ve been wanting a Prensado-caliber cigar to smoke on a daily basis but turned away by the cost - these Prensado Fumas will help make it happen. Order your AB Prensado Fuma bundle today!
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Not trying to break your wallet. But if you like the prensado it s close enough. It s a fumas so expect faults. Taste is up there let them sit for a month or so and they are decent daily for a few bucks
I ve tried four of these and none of them burned right. They smoke like they are wet but they are stored next to every other cigar that smokes just fine. They are not very good.