Warped La Colmena Cigars
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Warped La Colmena

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La Colmena (literally, “the beehive”) is very special indeed. You see, in Cuba, highly skilled rollers are often tasked with constructing their own personal cigar. These bundles are sold unbanded, adding to the mysterious nature, but one thing remains the same for each: it’s always rolled by that one specific person. This release from Warped Cigars follows along in this time-honored tradition.

Two rollers have taken on this project, and each is limited to rolling just 100 cigars per day. Common in Cuba but rare elsewhere, this is a very exclusive, highly unique concept in cigars. A gorgeous Ecuadorian Deflorada wrapper encases a mix of Nicaraguan and Dominican fillers and a double binder combo from Ecuador. Each is then finished off with a pigtail cap. Notes of pepper and sweetness combine on the palate, for a dee-lish experience from tip to foot. Have first grabs at a totally one-of-a-kind cigar with La Colmena.

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No. 44 (Corona) (5.5"x44)
Box of 10Backordered$147.20
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No. 44 (Corona) (5.5"x44)
Pack of 5Out Of Stock$73.50
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Overall Rating4.2 out of 5 Based on 5 Ratings

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5 out of 5
Consistent and sensational
Delicious. A burst of flavor when you light through the sealed foot, then smooth and copious amounts of sweet, light cream and chocolatey smoke that goes perfectly with a cup of coffee. Perfect construction every time, they smoke like a dream with a draw that's tighter than, say, many of the Padron line, but not as tight as a Romeo and Julieta. Some call it light but I'd rate it much closer to a medium.
5 out of 5
Complexity in a medium-bodied beauty
La Colemna is a Warped classic, a brand with several compelling lines (e.g. Maestro del Tiempo). Many might dismiss it since it is milder than the brand's Nicaragua-rolled smokes, but it shines with considerable complexity: subtle, sophisticated and enjoyable flavors (plus appealing aromas) evolve throughout the smoke. The beautiful and rarely found Ecuadorian DeFlorada wrapper is a gem. Experienced smokers should appreciate the balance of sweet, spice and savory flavors. It's constructed using Cuban entubado bunching, a Cuban triple cap and a rare Cuban covered foot by the famed rollers in Miami's El Titan de Bronze factory. The price reflects that American origin. Do not rush smoking this one in order to keep the heat from tainting the flavor profile. A favorite morning or midday treat.
5 out of 5
My favorite!
Believe the hype! Complex, smooth, beautiful, medium strength but plenty of flavor. Easily box worthy.
5 out of 5
if you don't like this cigar, it's you :) not the cigar...
Amazing cigar, very fruity and sweet; medio tiempo is clearly in the forefront, with mild spice and musk in the background--very comparable and similar in taste to the warped don reynaldo and la palina goldie--also great medium-mild cigars. the high-end cubans have this taste, so if you like cubans you'll love this. if you don't like sweet or you absolutely require strength, then this is likely not for you. but honestly, i can't imagine not liking a cigar this refined, smooth, aromatic, and flavorful. I've been smoking for many decades, too, and I consider this cigar a masterpiece. And quite a few reviews raved about it--we all can't be crazy.
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I wouldn't buy again!
I've been smoking cigars for more than 30 years, so I'm not a novice smoker. I recently decided to try some of these based on reviews that I read on various sites and I must say that I don't get it! This cigar started out very bitter and never really developed any interesting characteristics at all...I smoked about half and put it out. It may have been that I purchased a bad one, but based on my experience, I can't recommend this cigar.