Java Latte cigars deliver a metric ton of mocha-java essence without impeding the tobacco's refined flavors and aromas. Gorgeous Connecticut Shade wrappers are a mellow alternative to the original Java's Maduro, and dovetail flawlessly with a Nicaraguan blend. These are seriously good smokes: creamy and well-balanced, with a soft aroma so appealing, even non-cigar folks approve. A no-brainer for infused cigar smokers, clearly, but also worth investigation by traditionalists as a change of pace.
I was really pleasantly surprised by this little brick. While it definitely lives up to a 'mild,' it's still very worth the money and smoke. Consistent, smooth, and rich, this cigar is a must smoke for an easy sit down.0 0
The first cigar I smoked was the Drew Estate Java. This Java Latte was the second. I have since smoked others, but none have matched either of these yet. Very pleasant smoke.0 0
I originally bought the regular Javas by Drew Estate with the dark maduro wrapper. I'm not a huge fan of flavored cigars but decided to try them and was pleasantly suprised. After running out of them I figured I would try the Claros since, althought the regular Javas were good, I wasn't a huge fan of the super sweet chocolate flavor you got when putting the cigar on your lips. These don't have that. There is no overbaring sweetness from the wrapper like the Javas give but a smoother chocolate taste instead. The burn and draw is also good, just like the regualar Javas. Overall these are nice cigars to have now and then and I like to keep a small stash in my humidor for the right occasion.0 1