Hailing from Aganorsa Leaf comes JFR Maduro Cigars, responsible for some of the finer Nicaraguan boutiques on the humidor shelf. All-Nicaraguan binder and long fillers are clad in a San Andres Maduro wrapper. A smooth-smoking Maduro that layers warm, deep flavors from start to finish. Both smoke medium to full with nice complexity and that patented wood/earth/coffee combo of flavors that makes good Nicaraguan tobacco such a delight to enjoy.
But where JFR cigars shine is the presentation: the boxes are bigger, packed with larger quantities of cigars in each box - as many as 50 a piece. And that means more cigar satisfaction over the long term, once you’ve made JFR cigars your daily go-to… which is easy to do, given our per-stick price.
What a great smoke! Flavor without overpowering the palate. A rich smokey flavor that goes great with good rum or a dark beer. It won t break your pocket either.
Just tried my 1st one. One of the best smokes Ive ever had! Great burn, even burn, great smoke! Just wish they were cheaper! Just bought one!!
Well worth it. Great flavor, draw, burns evenly. One of my favorites.
I tried these when a cigar shop I frequented in Grand Rapids MI had them on sale. Up to that point I favored full flavored 660 of most any recognizable brand. I was impressed with both the flavor and quality construction of the 770’s. They are now my “go to” routine smoke.
Great full bodied Maduro! Great pull!
This is a decent cigar with a good flavor and draw. The pigtail cap is awkward when using a punch but it s ok. The construction is nice; I didn t see any large veins or soft spots. This will take about 3 hours of your time and maybe a touch up with the torch once or twice. Not my favorite but it s decent.
I like the cigar so much better in a bigger ring gage. I bought a 5 pack of 52x6 and the draw was so tight it was almost unsmokable.
The corojo of this product is our favorite cigar of all time right now. The Maduro is a poor representation of JFR quality.