If you've yet to indulge in a cigar from A. Turrent, the Reserva De La Casa is the perfect specimen to get your feet wet. Utilizing a long-filler core of predominantly 10-year old Mexican long-fillers, along with a gorgeous San Andres maduro wrapper, this morsel is bold yet highly refined. Concentrated notes of cocoa, espresso, earth, and sweetness mingle, as the smoke is flavorful but oh-so smooth. It's like that expensive bottle of tequila, that gets better with each sip. So if you thought this was another cheap, roadside Mexican cigar, think again. No one does it better than A. Turrent.
“I smoked a few of the robustos and, well, I'm impressed. Nice maduro flavors and well balanced. There were no burn issues and the draw was spot on. I've smoked the A. Turrent Clasico and Traditional in various frontmarks. They were all good, but the Reserva De La Casa, which doesn't appear on the A. Turrent website, is my favorite. I have yet to try the Triple Play.”
AF of BLOOMINGTON, IN
“I ordered a box just the other day and I admit I smoked the first one with no rest time in my humidor, but it was just plain and uneventful. The construction is sub par and the box looks like a Camacho knock off. All and all it's an ok stick it doesn't make you want to throw up but it really lacks in flavor just a dry wood throughout the stick. I will let them sit for awhile in my humidor and give them a second go round but I really am not expecting much.”