First 1/3 was rather harsh, however the rest of the stick was great.
I buy mostly Cubans from www.cigarsincuba.com in Madrid, Espana. The DL is the finest non-Cuban I have ever smoked. I like to take them to the nub when I can, and this one will not let you down. Beautiful construction and a delight to look at. I am a serious cigar smoker and spend over $800 every month. I would put this one along side the Cuban Hoya de Monterrey DC, which is my favorite, and YOU CAN TAKE THAT TO THE EL BANCO !!
Everything about this cigar is perfect. Perfect draw and strength you won t be disappointed!
The Maduro version is my favorite of all time. The Cigar to me gives a deep roast coffee taste that reminds me of my grandma s coffee, made in that old fashion coffee sock filter. This sucka will knock you down. I gave one to a friend and he stopped smoking it a quarter of a way and wanted to barf. This is the kinda of cigar you need to have after a full meal. I ll keep coming to this one everytime
What all maduro cigars should test like! Full flavor, perfect blend of coffee and spices. Overall, an amazing cigar!
I have smoked these for quite some time but let me tell you, they are not for the weak of heart. I give them out on the golf course, when playing for money, and they never disappoint as they will make your opponents loopy. If you like a strong stick, this is my go to recommendation. The Chiselito is the younger stronger brother of the LFD DL full stick, meaning it does not take 2 hours to smoke it. The burn is ridiculously good from start to finish, so with that in mind, enjoy and may your ash be long!!!
Simply put the best cigar I have had the pleasure of enjoying!!! Absolutely #1 flavor to my palate!!!
the burn the draw the strenth is the best i have smoked in years. if they stop making these i will stop smoking ! its that good.
This cigar is now a staple in my humidor.
I've just been *waiting* to get a 'bad' one of these. Come on, ALL hand rolled cigars have one or two dud's out of every 30 or so? I finally got one that was a tight draw because of a serious plug, right in about the middle of the cigar. Unfortunately, the wrapper was strong enough to withstand my 'hand rolling' to unplug it, so the following smoke was, as usual, perfect.(obviously, I have nothing bad to say about this cigar. Get it. Smoke it. Be Happy. Cheers from Ohio.)
I have had the pleasure of tasting cigars from all over the planet. I absolutely love authentic Cuban cigars... however... yes, in this case there is a however, the La Flor Dominicana Double Ligero Chisel cigar has got to be one of the best cigars I have ever smoked. It is a bit pricey for a Dominican, but it is well worth it. I usually end up smoking these till they literally burn my fingers... yes, that good. These cigars go way beyond full-bodied and should be smoked outside with a nice breeze going, preferably in the evening, with a nice glass of peaty Scotch and on a full stomach. It should take a few hours to smoke one of these, do not rush it or you won't be able to finish it. It takes me 2 1/2 hours roughly to smoke one of these and I enjoy every hit. This is absolutely an astounding cigar. Now, if you don't mind, I'm going to buy a box of 10.