|A darkly hued, solidly rolled lancero with a substantial draw and even burn. Intensely woody, oaky flavors at first become sweet and balanced with nutty, floral notes.|
|Issue||Cigar Aficionado – Dec 01, 2012|
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Issue: Cigar Insider: Aug 14, 2012 | Score: 91
A darkly hued, solidly rolled lancero with a substantial draw and even burn. Intensely woody, oaky flavors at first become sweet and balanced with nutty, floral notes.
Issue: Cigar Aficionado: Jan 01, 1970 | Score: 92
Tabacalera Tropical is the quiet giant of the cigar business. The company grows vast amounts of tobacco in Nicaragua via its Aganorsa arm and employs tobacco men from Cuba to turn it into cigars meant for a serious palate. Arsenio Ramos, who once worked for Cubatabaco and always seems to have a cigar crammed in his jaw, calls his Casa Fernandez "a man's cigar." It's a nearly flawless lancero fitted with a dark oily wrapper and pigtail cap and characterized by gutsy, powerful notes of hickory and chocolate on the palate.
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