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Shapes
Robusto, Toro
Wrapper
Pennsylvania Broadleaf
Origin
Nicaragua
Flavored
No
Pressed
No
Has Tip
No
Binder
Nicaraguan
Filler
Nicaraguan
Sweet
No

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Diesel Unleashed.

When the factory workers of Tabacalera Fernandez in Estelí, Nicaragua want to enjoy a cigar, often they reach for Diesel Uncut. One of AJ Fernandez's most popular brands, Diesel is known for its bold flavors and unique style. Uncut encompasses all the things you've come to expect from Diesel, at an extra attractive price point.

Featuring an unfinished foot, serrated band, and packed in dress mazos, it's time to experience the wild side of Diesel with Uncut. Featuring a chestnut-brown, natural Pennsylvania Broadleaf wrapper around a potent blend of Nicaraguan long-leaves, this is a classic Diesel blend through and through. The unfinished foot creates a blast of spice upon first light, and after that the flavorful hits just keep coming. Richly nuanced, expect copious notes of roasted nuts, milk chocolate, and red pepper that combine to prime the palate for the whole enjoyable experience. All of Diesel's unrelenting intensity, complexity, and distinct character is fully intact. In fact, this may be the best bargain on the market today.

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Robusto (5.5"x50)
Pack of 10
$34.99
$60.00 | save $25.01 | 42% off
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In Stock
$60.00 | save $25.01 | 42% off
Toro (6.5"x52)
Pack of 10
$39.99
$70.00 | save $30.01 | 43% off
In Stock
In Stock
$70.00 | save $30.01 | 43% off

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Andrew
All Summer Long
If you read through more than three issues of our catalog you know I have a rather large affinity for anything AJ Fernandez makes. One of his newest releases the Diesel uncut is one of my newest everyday smokes but they do pack a punch so I tend to leave these for my last smoke of the evening. As the name might infer the uncut has an unfinished foot resembling something like a turtle neck that’s collapsed upon it’s self but gives it’s a rustic feeling on first removal from the cello. Don’t worry about the unfinished bit as it won’t need to be sheared off, but I do prefer this smoked via a punch or v-cut. The Pennsylvania broadleaf used here appears smooth with just a bit of tooth, but upon lighting it will bare it’s teeth with a good blast of pepper and spice. Once you hit the second inch, it will start to mellow or maybe just get akin to the spice and the real character starts to show. In the sweet spot, the blend still has a very full character with a rich heavy smoke the cedar and burnt espresso notes which combine nicely with the slight hints of sweetness that is inherent with the sugar content of your average maduro. This one goes out just like it came with a good measure of spice and best paired with a rum or bourbon that holds just  a bit of sweetness of notes of vanilla. Also considering the price of $4.00 or less per cigar this is a good solid smoke that even the most budget conscious can afford.
Dave
Dave Diesel Uncut
It’s no secret we love Diesel around the office. And when we look at sales numbers, we can see you agree with us. So naturally, when Diesel Uncut hit the docks, they moved out pretty quickly. So now that the dust has settled a bit, it’s time to fire one up for a review.

Diesel Uncut wasn’t what I expected. It’s got a rich cedary core that gives off a semi-sweet finish. And the finish is excellent. Just incredibly smooth and pairs really well with light coffee. I expected a ton of spice but didn’t really detect any until halfway through. And even then, it’s subtle and sits on the back of palate. Also, the unfinished foot provides for a nice, easy light. With cadre of cigars to choose from here, I’ve found myself coming back to these over and over. There are better cigars to enjoy over the weekend but you’d be hard-pressed to find a better everyday option that’s easy on the wallet but heavy on the palate.
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