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.
My wife and both enjoy this cigar after dinner with Frangelico in a snifter. It s dessert for grown ups.
I was a little excited to have ordered the claro as I love the 58 Maduros. They have a great cocoa, creamy, nutty taste to them that I just love. I figured what the hell, the claro must be just as good. It was okay at best. The aroma was pretty good at first but then it kind of went to a bon fire aroma. It made me miss summer nights outside with my friends, but certainly was not pleasant for a cigar. The flavor was a bit lacking with what was promised with a VERY loose draw. I was a little disappointed. I bought a 5 pack so I may give you all an update in the future, but for now, not a fan favorite.
May need a special cutter for the Claro 58 but you certainly will have no problem on the draw. This cigar is extremely well made, with a gorgeous appearance, perfect burn and effortless draw. The tobacco is super high quality and the essence of Java (Coffee-Mocha) did not overpower the flavor of the tobacco, which is the key here! Really enjoyable smoke, but to me would not score as well in the value category. It is quality and well made but the price it too much for what it is. I'd likely never buy a full box, only a 5 pack, if I could find em at the 'Auction' price if I had the jones for another.