La Flor Dominicana Cabinet Oscuro cigars are cloaked in some of the darkest, richest Ecuadorian Sumatra wrappers anywhere. While not quite Maduro, Litto Gomez calls them Oscuro. Beneath is a core of pure Dominican tobaccos grown on La Flor Dominicana's farm in La Canela, Dominican Republic. Hands down one of the DR's finest cigars, the seasoned palate will enjoy a thick, full-bodied smoke with tons of depth and rich, tangy tobacco flavor that never overpowers. Try a box now!
I call this my Deserted Island Cigar. Its my absolute favorite. Now don't get me wrong, I smoke many, many different brands, wrappers, fillers, what have you, but I smoke this cigar everyday. Its strong, but not overpowering. It has many complexities, but is extremely consistant. It burns cool and evenly, and you'll smoke it til your lips burn. When the Cubans come, I'll still be smoking this cigar, I promise.
Been smoking this cigar for a while, one purchase at a time. Just bought my first box. Not inexpensive but hey, "life is too short to smoke cheap cigars" right??? Full of flavors, spices. Nice oily wrapper and silky feel. Have never had a bad burn or draw. I suggest that no one buy these, so that I can have more to myself!
These are expensive, but are sooooo worth it. They aren't overpowering but they're definately a full bodied cigar. The draw and burn are very consistent, even among the large ring gauges. These make me not miss cubans so much. :-) My favorite cigar, love 'em!