This Geek Critique has been generously sponsored by clami (Clay)
The Cigar: Warped Flor Del Valle Las Brumas (4.5 x 48)
Warped Cigars proudly presents their first blend that won’t come from their famed El Titan de Bronze factory in Miami. Why, you ask? Because this scrumptious morsel is a Nicaraguan puro, and as such, it comes from its country of origin. Flor del Valle is being made in Nicaragua at the Casa Fernandez Factory.
It’s time to clear a spot in your humi, because Flor de Valle is super legit. A Nicaraguan binder and core of Corojo ’99 and Criollo ’98 filler tobacco is topped with a Corojo ’99 wrapper. Anganorsa tobacco is used for the entire cigar. Pepper and honey tickle the cockles of your taste buds, and the overall experience is medium in body. This well-constructed, expertly rendered handmade is just another jewel in the Warped Cigars crown.
Due Date: April 25th., 2018
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Thanks again to Clay for taking this one on and providing the cigar. THANKS!! And happy smokin