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Shape Toro
Size 5 3/4 x 48
Strength Full
Wrapper Type Dominican Habano Sungrown
Binder / Filler Dominican Republic / Dominican Republic
Color Colorado
Grade Hand Rolled / Long Filler
Blender Fuente
Country of Origin Dominican Republic
Arturo Fuente cigars are consistently rated among the best cigars in the world. Their reputation for unsurpassed quality, with both flavor and construction, has amassed a loyal following among cigar connoisseurs everywhere. This annual release is one of the most sought after Fuente cigars. The blend and wrapper are not disclosed to the public. It is a ghost to those who smoke Arturo Fuente cigars. Not much is known on this extremely limited edition release, but it is always a must have smoke for collectors and die hard Fuente fans. The Arturo Fuente Unnamed Reserve 2021 is limited to 1,000 boxes of 20 cigars, the cigars were rolled in 2016 comes in 5 3/4 x 48 size.

As the final third gets going, the Arturo Fuente Unnamed Reserve 2021 dives right into a grains-and-pepper combination, holding onto the white pepper that has been part of the profile since the first puffs but now taking the dry pretzel flavor and expanding on it, hitting some multigrain bread flavors, flirts with wheat toast, and then into a breadbasket of expressions that come and go fairly quickly. Unfortunately it still has the mineral and chalk notes from earlier, which have faded just enough to have me think they are more terroir-related than that something might be off with the tobacco, but either way I’m not crazy about them. The creaminess from earlier comes and goes as well, and while I think the profile and body are both better when it is present, it does have the tendency to mute some of the other flavors. Flavor finishes at medium-plus, body right about there as well, and strength just barely clearing the bar for medium.