|Shapes:||Churchill, Corona, Gordo, Robusto, Toro, Torpedo|
|Wrapper:||Connecticut, Connecticut Broadleaf|
A different side of LFD
No one can dispute that LFD is the king of strength. Their full-bodied cigars are favorites of the boutique crowd, with enough ligero in them to make a linebacker take a nap. Far from being a one-trick pony, La Flor proved they can make an awesome mellow cigar too, with LFD Suave. Still full on flavor, Suave packs a bit less punch to make this a great cigar with a morning cup of coffee.
Suave features Dominican binder and long-fillers, like most LFD blends, but they switch things up from the regular formula with the silky Connecticut wrapper. The balance on this one is incredible. A slight spice and cedar come through, with the wrapper contributing buttery sweetness to the blend that reminds me of a bucket of popcorn. Elegantly cool and effortlessly enjoyable, that’s Suave in a nutshell.