The Arturo Fuente Hemingway is an African Cameroon wrapped, Dominican filled and bound stick that produces clouds of thick white smoke and a rich aroma. The burn line is even and requires no relights or touch-ups. Usually I can find something negative about the construction or appearance of a cigar but it's rare that you'll ever find a flaw in these Hemingways.
The Arturo Fuente Hemingway tastes of cedar, spice, and sweetness, with hints of tobacco and leather. The Cameroon wrapper is known for it's rather specific sweet and spicy taste that most folks either love or hate. It is a flavor all it's own and definitely one worth trying.
Arturo Fuente Hemingway, one of the world’s most sought after cigar brands, is named after the renowned American novelist Ernest Hemingway. This blend was the first limited edition brand extension launched by the Fuente Family. The Hemingway line quickly became a huge seller. The cigars are hand-made in the Dominican Republic with a medium to full-bodied blend of aged Dominican filler tobaccos, a Dominican binder and a delicate grade ‘A’ African Cameroon wrapper. The cigar provides earthy flavors and a spicy, enjoyable finish. All of the Hemingway cigars are rolled in unique Cuban perfecto shapes. Also, the Fuente Family releases once a year the limited production Hemingway Maduro’s. These are made using a carefully aged Sun Grown Connecticut Broadleaf maduro wrapper, giving this blend a bit more body and an earthy sweetness.