Fernando Leon Family Reserve Reviews

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Customer Reviews of “Fernando Leon Family Reserve”
“First review? Just seems odd for this smoke. I have had these for 3+ months in the hummi, and decided to pop one out. Since being the first, let's set a base line here for the readers. Out of 5 stars, I would put this at 4... and I'm critical on details. 4 stars examples in my inventory include Torano 1959 exodus (just an inedible smoke!),nica rustica( so unique!), Aging rm f-55, romeo&juleta 1878, La palina, Perdomo 20th ann/ Champagne NOIR (awesome smokes), Alec bradley Tempus,,, 5 stars Oliva series V melanio/ figardo (sorry,, but smoked them all, this! is just Bliss!!), Flor De Las Antillas (soooo smooth!). La Aroma De Cuba Mi Amore (heaven!) Alec Bradley Prensado, So hopefully this helps give examples. Smoke Padrons, yes all of them, Ashton's yes, and so on. I look at value based on what they bring to the table. This made my cut and it's just really hard to explain. about the smoke, it is a mild and doesn't seem to really get much more, but the aroma/smoke off this cigar is just beyond complex! It changes in so many directions. Hints of almost everything but the kitchen sink! Smooth, when light hints of peppery, it immediately move to a light sweetness. So many light flavors that I can't ever- ever remember smoking something like this. Not overwhelming,, just smooooooth! Cut was perfect, the burn was razor the entire smoke. Overall, a bit high on the price but worth putting a box (on a bargain price, always negotiable) away for aging....”
GN of Helena, MT