Love ‘em or hate ‘em, infused cigars are here to stay. And if you're a fan, I suggest you check out Cojimar Earth Supernatural. A collection of delicious infused handmades, there's quite a nice variety of unique flavors. Flavors like patchouli oil from India, vanilla from Madagascar, and cocoa extract from Indonesia. Featuring Connecticut-shade wrappers and a 3-year-aged Dominican fillers, expect a mellow, flavorful experience. The icing on this cake is a slightly sweetened cap, tying everything together nicely. They even come packed in awesome 24-count rubberized tin boxes. Hop on this bandwagon and try something new for a change.
TomTom - Rose like with a hint of Patchouli oil and a touch of Madagascar vanilla. Brazilian Mocha - Chocolate with coffee bean and vanilla undertones. Red Head - Mixture of jasmine and rose with a vanilla note. Wonton - Sweet creamy vanilla with a hint of toasty citrus oils. Hardcore - Woody blend of cinnamon, clove, and nutmeg with a touch of vanilla liquor. Sexy - Pleasant hint of rose with note of vanilla and slight touch of jasmine. Kinchasa - Exotic fruit and berry extract mixed with vanilla.
Ok, yeah, they're infused, so the reviews that complain about the scent baffle me. They're not overpowering, & are actually less infused than most of the Acid line. These are like a very very mild version of rose Turkish Delight: exotic, a little sweet, mild. They burn very, very well: a stick lasts most of an hour.
They're not god's-own-cigars, but their character is representative of what's best about infused cigars: pleasant, aromatic, quirky.