The box pressed AJ Fernandez Bellas Artes Toro was released in 2016. It is made in Nicaragua with a hybrid wrapper called Rojita (50% USA Connecticut Shade, 25% Corojo 99, 25% Havana 2000), a Nicaraguan binder from the Nicaraguan Quilalí region, as well as fillers from Nicaragua, Honduras, Brazil. You can learn more at the manufacturer’s website.
The Cigar Sense panelists noted the following as key aromas:
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