Warped Cigars Flor Del Valle

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This Nicaraguan puro is the first release from Warped that won't be rolled at their El Titan de Bronze factory in Miami. For Flor Del Valle, it's all about Nicaragua, and the entire cigar is comprised of Aganorsa tobacco.

The year 2014 represented a comeback for Warped Cigars. The brand originated in 2008 and put out three lines before ceasing production and disappearing from the radar. They returned in 2012 with a line of cigar accessories, and then completed their reentry into the industry with a few exciting new cigar blends.

Flor Del Valle includes a Corojo '99 wrapper leaf sourced from the Jalapa region of Nicaragua. Underneath, a Nicaraguan binder encircles a combination of Corojo '99 and Criollo '98 filler leaves. Notes of honey and pepper can be detected on the palate, and overall the construction is superb, as it is with all Warped Cigars. This is a high-quality selection, and is sure to impress any enthusiast.

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Flor del Valle by Warped Cigars

It’s easy to get wrapped up with how good these cigars look. The packaging and bands are top notch and the cigars show off an impeccable construction. But like most seasoned enthusiasts, I’ve been burned by all these attributes before only to fall victim to a lackluster blend. This is not the case Flor del Valle.

Produced at the Casa Fernandez factory in Nicaragua, this blend packs a ton of flavor with all the balance you’d expect from high-priced stick. Slight hints of cedar and honey are detected up from while a light spice and earthy note hit you on the finish. The only knock I can find on this blend is that they’re a little pricey. But as soon as you fire one up, you’ll know its well worth it.