Bellas Artes cigars are a true testament to the fine art of cigar making that comes from the gifted hands of none other than A.J. Fernandez. Decadent and superb in flavor and aroma, these box-pressed cigars are blended mostly with Nicaraguan long-fillers from A.J.'s farms in Estelí, Condega and Jalapa, plus some Honduran, and a naturally-sweet, nicotine-packed viso from Brazil. What makes Bellas Artes cigars even more unique and complex is the Havana '92 black varietal binder from the Quilali? region of Nicaragua, and the proprietary AJF Hybrid "Rojita" wrapper, which is a cross between Connecticut 8212, Corojo '99, and Havana 2000. If you think it sounds delicious, wait 'til you taste it. Notes of cream, butter, cinnamon, sweet cedar, and orange peel abound in this perfectly-balanced creation from one of the hottest cigar makers on the planet. If you're looking for one of the most stunning smoking experiences to come out of Nicaragua, or anywhere for that matter, make room in your humidor for Bellas Artes.
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