It's Kyle Gellis' 30th birthday - and he wants to celebrate with you. The party favor is Warped Gran Reserve 1988, one of the fullest-bodied smokes he's made - thanks in large part to Aganorsa tobacco used in this puro blend, Corojo wrapper included. Made to be savored in just one size, a 5 1/4" x 50 Robusto, it's a mix of spicy and sweet with a long finish and enjoyably floral aroma. An excellent follow-up to 2017's Guardian of the Farm series. Add a box of Warped Gran Reserve Serie 1988 to your order today!
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A exceptionally well made cigar that draws and tastes consistently for very enjoyable smoke.
Excellent cigar, one of my favorites.
Silky smooth. Full of flavor. Complex. Nutty coffee and chocolate comes thru. Right up there close to Oliva Melanio and Fuente Don Carlos
This was an amazing experience. The flavor was not over powering. burn time was nice. I definitely want to purchase a box. Just ordered their bits of Havana pack of five. Can t wait
Kevin in Nashville was right. Perfect burn and consistent throughout, this stick provided a thick, creamy smoke. I just had a Caldwell Eastern Standard Cream Crush that I enjoyed but felt the 1988 was a simpler smoke. Many people like a complex flavor that changes as the cigar progresses, which works for me at times. However, more often than not I enjoy smoth, consistent, creamy, medium body cigar. The Warped Serie Gran Reserve 1988 is exactly that.
Nice smoke! I’m not a fan of DR leaf, as they seem to be too creamy for my stomach. I mention this as the Warped Nicuraguan puro starts out with a little creaminess, but not overpowering like the Dominican leaf. Begins to smooth out with a ~medium, tasty, well balanced center and subtle peppery finish which is how I prefer ‘em I’m a huge My Father Le Bijue 1922 fan and have written a review on this site ....think the Le Bijue will remain my daily smoke, tho I think I’ll add these for a quality morning start-up! I read that the production of these sticks were delayed until 2018....good thing, as I believe Gellis got this one right!
This really may be my favorite cigar. The balance of flavor that this smoke has is something to behold. It s got just the right amount of sweetness, creaminess, and spice, and these flavors are present in perfect harmony.