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Diesel Esteli Puro

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An Estelí puro

Estelí, a city in Nicaragua where most of the nation’s cigars are rolled is home to tobacco fields known in the industry for producing strong, spicy leaves of prime tobacco. Spearheaded by cigar industry legend, A.J. Fernandez, Diesel Cigars is known for their full-bodied blends that utilize Nicaraguan tobacco grow mainly at many of A.J.'s farms. The newest edition to the Diesel line includes nothing but the best of the best that these Nicaraguan farms have to offer. 

With a wrapper from A.J.'s La Lilia Farm, binder from his San José farm, and fillers from several plots all across Estelí, including the famous San Lotano farm, the Diesel Estelí Puro is a full-bodied experience that is going to ensnare your senses with a robust earthy, woody flavor profile that showcases notes of chocolate and pepper. If you are looking for a balanced savory and spicy cigar that is still going to blow your socks off, look no further and pick up the new Diesel Estelí Puro today.

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Profile
Shape
Gordo
Wrapper
Nicaraguan
Origin
Nicaragua
Flavored
False
Pressed
False
Binder
Nicaraguan
Filler
Nicaraguan
Sweet
False
Gigante (Gordo) (6.0"x60)
Box of 20
In Stock
$199.80
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$159.99
Profile
Shape
Gordo
Wrapper
Nicaraguan
Origin
Nicaragua
Flavored
False
Pressed
False
Binder
Nicaraguan
Filler
Nicaraguan
Sweet
False
Profile
Shape
Gordo
Wrapper
Nicaraguan
Origin
Nicaragua
Flavored
False
Pressed
False
Binder
Nicaraguan
Filler
Nicaraguan
Sweet
False
Gigante (Gordo) (6.0"x60)
Pack of 5
Only 5 Left
$49.95
| save $7.45 15% off
$42.50
Profile
Shape
Gordo
Wrapper
Nicaraguan
Origin
Nicaragua
Flavored
False
Pressed
False
Binder
Nicaraguan
Filler
Nicaraguan
Sweet
False
Profile
Shape
Robusto
Wrapper
Nicaraguan
Origin
Nicaragua
Flavored
False
Pressed
False
Binder
Nicaraguan
Filler
Nicaraguan
Sweet
False
Robusto (5.2"x54)
Box of 20
In Stock
$179.80
| save $35.81 20% off
$143.99
Profile
Shape
Robusto
Wrapper
Nicaraguan
Origin
Nicaragua
Flavored
False
Pressed
False
Binder
Nicaraguan
Filler
Nicaraguan
Sweet
False
Profile
Shape
Robusto
Wrapper
Nicaraguan
Origin
Nicaragua
Flavored
False
Pressed
False
Binder
Nicaraguan
Filler
Nicaraguan
Sweet
False
Robusto (5.2"x54)
Pack of 5
In Stock
$44.95
| save $6.95 15% off
$38.00
Profile
Shape
Robusto
Wrapper
Nicaraguan
Origin
Nicaragua
Flavored
False
Pressed
False
Binder
Nicaraguan
Filler
Nicaraguan
Sweet
False
Profile
Shape
Toro
Wrapper
Nicaraguan
Origin
Nicaragua
Flavored
False
Pressed
False
Binder
Nicaraguan
Filler
Nicaraguan
Sweet
False
Toro (6.0"x54)
Box of 20
In Stock
$189.80
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$151.99
Profile
Shape
Toro
Wrapper
Nicaraguan
Origin
Nicaragua
Flavored
False
Pressed
False
Binder
Nicaraguan
Filler
Nicaraguan
Sweet
False
Profile
Shape
Toro
Wrapper
Nicaraguan
Origin
Nicaragua
Flavored
False
Pressed
False
Binder
Nicaraguan
Filler
Nicaraguan
Sweet
False
Toro (6.0"x54)
Pack of 5
Only 5 Left
$47.45
| save $6.95 15% off
$40.50
Profile
Shape
Toro
Wrapper
Nicaraguan
Origin
Nicaragua
Flavored
False
Pressed
False
Binder
Nicaraguan
Filler
Nicaraguan
Sweet
False
overall rating 4.61 out of 5 Based on 18 Ratings
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very nice
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Wonderful dark cigar - if you enjoy the other diesel cigars you’ll love this
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One of the best cigars I’ve smoked!Strong but not overly,Burned pretty much perfect.They just taste good honestly!
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When The Best Get Better
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First time I've ordered these, but love Diesels.i will order again, really enjoyed them.
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Richard M.

Breaker One-Nine, Diesel comin’ through

Richard M.

Diesel Estelí Puro Toro 6x54
Burn Time: 2 hours (slow smoked due to the strength)


“Breaker-breaker-one-nine, this here’s the CigarMagician coming at ya from the information superhighway, haulin’ another load of cigar knowledge straight to yer’ front door good buddy.” [Translation: Listen up friends, Rich here from the internet with another cigar review directly to you]. “So slide into your home-twenty, slam on the jake brake, and get your ears on”, [Sit down, stop what you are doing, and pay attention] because today I am talking about Diesel, a brand that has been known for full bodied cigars, and this one is no exception.  

More iconic than my “K-Whopper Diesel Big Rig” [Kenworth Truck], the big Diesel brand made by the big guy AJ Fernandez is something to behold. “What’s the 10-20 on the make-up of this machine” [where are the tobaccos for this cigar from]…it is a Nicaraguan wrapper from his La Lilia farm, a binder from his San José farm, and fillers from several plots across Estelí, including the famous San Lotano farm, The Diesel Estelí Puro “delivers on all cylinders” [it’s good].  

Weighin’ in at a full 9 out of 10 body this cigar immediately greets you with black pepper on the smooth, pre-light draw. Additionally I was getting fresh-cut green wood on the pre-light. This ain’t no “plain brown wrapper” [unmarked police car], however it has a nice smooth and brown wrapper, clad in a tasteful black and silver band and a cedar sleeve. The cigar was evenly rolled, no soft or tight spots noted, and the wrapper and cap were evenly applied

Once I got “my heater’s a-glowin’”, [lit the cigar] the black pepper remained and I was greeted with red pepper, and now the fresh cut wood was unmistakable. “Burnin’ more rubber” [enjoying more of the cigar], the first third was giving me everything I really personally enjoy in a cigar: pepper, spice, woodiness, and toward the end of the first third some wet earth like a walk in a forest was developing. The first third did have a relatively long finish of sweet cocoa and natural tobacco sweetness. The retro-hale during at this point is strictly “hammer down”, [full speed, lots of flavor] lots of pepper and spice.

As this cigar was “blowin’ my doors off”, [passing my expectations and many other cigars] the second third began to transition into slightly sweeter pepper, like a farm fresh green pepper, sweet and spicy. The retro-hale settled down a little bit and the finish shortened up a bit as well. I would say it still has a nice amount of pepper on the retro and the finish was still flavorful, but more into a medium finish, still with cocoa and natural tobacco sweetness. The wood note also became more of a charred cedar.  

As I “rounded the bend toward the final yardstick” [got toward the final third of this cigar], did this cigar calm down? “Negatory” [no], it stays pedal to the metal! The pepper and spice remain and I think the dried red pepper is back as well as more noticeable sweet cocoa, possibly even milk chocolate at this point. I will say I found it difficult to pin-point other subtle notes under all the pepper, but I could tell they were there, including a bit of dried fruit and possibly even coffee, however I was really enjoying the spice and pepper. The retro-hale remains fuller and stronger and the finish remains medium.  

If you love full flavored and full body cigars, grab “a few green-stamps from your moth holder” [Grab some money from your wallet] and be sure to pick up a convoy of the Diesel Estelí Puro. I find them best enjoyed with a Rye Old Fashioned or even a Manhattan. The Old Fashioned brings out more of the subtle notes and calms the pepper just a bit, and the Manhattan does the opposite, and mutes the sweetness and really enhances the spice and pepper. I did have to touch the cigar up one time but it immediately corrected itself with a quick touch up. You definitely don’t have to be a Diesel trucker to enjoy the Diesel Estelí Puro, although it would probably help to understand half of the lingo I used.  

So we will see you on the flip side, until then…keep the sunny side up, the rubber side down, and the bugs off your…glass…I’m gone…[Be safe…bye-bye for now]