This blend is all about Abe Flores, the same master blender behind some of the highest-rated combinations in the industry. It was released at the 2013 IPCR as a way to fitfully honor his legacy and tradition of superb quality blending methods.
Produced in a small factory in the Dominican Republic, these long-filled gems offer complex aromas and a full-flavored character that creates a long-lasting finish. Handcrafted in a small boutique factory by some of the Dominican's most qualified torcedors, Pinar del Rio are truly one of the Dominican's most flavorful cigars.
Full in body and rich to the core, Pinar del Rio AFR-75 features a dark, sleek, and oily San Andres Maduro wrapper leaf overtop a blend of ultra-special Nicaraguan Criollo '98, Connecticut Broadleaf, and Dominican long-fillers. Flavors are creamy and tasty, and the burn remains consistent throughout. This is a limited-edition release and only 500 boxes are available per year, so don't wait around on this one.
Customer Reviews (3)
Overall Rating4.67 out of 5Based on 3 Ratings
Customer Reviews of “A. Flores AFR-75 San Andres Maduro”
Dark, oily, deep mocha and spice, complex ceder and eatth after first third. Smooth draw, very long ash. Damn fine cigar. Every gent should have a box in the humidor. Sublime describes these nicely.
richard b.✔ Verified Buyer
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5 out of 5
A Great Smoke
Apr 03, 2016
Smooth start, more strong middle and spicy finish. Good sweet smoke with a chewy taste of cinnimon, leather and pepper at the end,.
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4 out of 5
Mar 25, 2016
A good strong quality smoke. It starts off with a dark chocolate taste, goes to a more spicy one and finally has tones of leather and tangy hot sauce. The maduro is sweet but strong, like the hug of a good woman. Take a chance on this stogie. You won't be disappointed!
A personal favorite from PDR Cigars, AFR-75 is one of the smoothest and most well-balanced, full-bodied cigars on the market. A blend of Criollo ’98, Connecticut Broadleaf, and Dominican tobaccos are combined with a dark and oily maduro wrapper, creating a rich and creamy flavor profile accentuated by hints of spice and sweetness.