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This new offering hits all the right notes.
La Boheme is a grand addition to a line that needs no introduction. From Boutique Blends, the team behind the #1 non-Cuban cigar of the year, La Boheme takes its name from Giacomo Puccini’s distinguished 1895 opera. Which happens to be Boutique Blends owner Rafael Nodal’s favorite work of Puccini’s. La Boheme emerges with enough class to match its refined taste and its ornate presentation is as striking as the Sydney Opera House itself.
The blend starts softly, with well-aged Dominican long-fillers before slowly growing in strength. Gradually, the exquisite Ecuadorian Habano wrapper brings the mixture together, producing a truly enjoyable medium to full-bodied experience that’s layered with rich notes of coffee, wood, nuts, cream, and caramel.
Very limited production to ensure a high quality product. So when you see em’ – snag em’!
La Boheme received Top 25 honors for 2015 (#12 overall) and a 94-rating noting: "The combination of Ecuadoran Habano wrapper and Cuban-seed tobaccos has all the dynamic range of an operatic performance, hitting baritone notes like earth and ripe fruit, all the way to bright soprano tones of spice, ending with a midrange nutty finish."
What he said. I took in the aromas from this wrapper and foot and got goose bumps. The tagline about picking these up if you see them is spot on. If you like the Ecuadorian Habano wrapper, then you have to try this wonderful and delightful little surprise. Simply an amazing cigar.
Very easy to light. Excellent construction, draw, and burn. Voluminous smoke output that is dry on the palate. Medium to full strength with medium to full flavors. Initial blast of spice and hot pepper throughout. Once cigar settles at first third, flavors of heavy cream, nuts and sweet cedar dominate up front with only a fading spice and pepper on a medium to long finish.