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.
Drew Estate your da bomb.
As an acid fanatic this one grossly misses the mark. Not worth the overly priced cost.Got a good deal on five at auction and gave the other four away. Besides a little coffee flavor on the wrapper it lacks anything else to even talk about.
I was already familar with the Wafe shape before I bought this particular cigar and it really is worth giving a a try if you've never smoked one before. My local brick and mortar shop has always had the shape in stock so a single was easy for me to take for spin first before committing to more. I can see how it could shock someone not prepared for it if bought online or at auction. Overall it's pleasant with a nicer pull than you would expect from the odd shape. I also know very well that the ladies like these. Also it's a tasty treat with tea in the afternoon. Drew Estate has not a bad cigar in the bunch. God Bless Jonathan.
This cigar is flat. Not round. Not box pressed. Flat..life a wafer. I guess it tastes ok, but for the price, I would like to get a real cigar. Putting a ring size on this is mis-leading. It is flat!