La Flor Dominicana Double Ligero cigars were introduced in 2003 using a powerful blend of Dominican longfiller and binder leaves finished in silky Ecuadorian wrappers that shimmer with a dark and oily patina. Among the many shapes is the outstanding-rated Chisel, featuring a wedge-shaped head, handcrafted in your choice of a dark natural or an even more savory Maduro wrapper leaf. Flavors of wood and coffee bean dominate with sweet notes on a long, spicy finish. In a word: Awesome!
great cigar, smooth, burns well and not harsh to the tongue
This is one of the finest cigars on the market. Despite the lenght, this cigar has a deep and complex flavor; a smokey, woodsy base with layers of pepper spice that come and go and hints of nutmeg and cinamon that dance on the back of your tongue. They are a true value at thier price. Finally, this is one of those rare cigars that you can smoke halfway through, lay it down, pick it up several hours later and it still tastes as good as it did when you first lit it.
Tried this cigar for the first time. Very good but powerful smoke. Would recommend, but take your time with it, otherwise you'll be left a bit light-headed.
Fit it in My humidor! The TASTE was even BIGGER! My tobacconist called this the Baseball Bat and wow what flavor..Beautiful dark, shiny, aromatic wrapper with an aroma of licorice %26 raisins and currants and a bit of ammonia. When I lit it up @ my local pub the barmaid was squirming it was that big. I enjoyed this stick for over 2 hours. I like thick smoke %26 this cigar had all of that and more. The flavors dancing on my tongue and were bold and spicy with a hint of ripe plum and a whiff of cabernet. I'd love to get a box but they're just too expensive ..still a GREAT smoke though.