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One of the best brands to come from the Dominican Republic, Arturo Fuente cigars are sure to provide you with an enhanced smoking experience. The core line of Arturo Fuente Cigars, the company famous for brands like Hemingway and Opus X, Arturo Fuente is a display of top-notch blending prowess and command over Dominican tobaccos.

First founded in 1912, Arturo Fuente Cigars has over a century of experience with crafting handmade premium cigars, and that experience and passion can be tasted in every puff. Today, almost 25 million cigars are made at Tabacalera Arturo Fuente each year with tobaccos grown on its prestigious Dominican farms.

For the Arturo Fuente’s eponymous core line, each cigar is crafted with a core of aged Dominican long filler and binder tobaccos. The cigars are then finished with your choice of top-quality wrapper between either a Candela, Connecticut Shade, Cameroon, or Connecticut Broadleaf to provide you with a wide range of different smoking experiences.

Starting off with Arturo Fuente’s bread and butter, the Cameroon blend delivers a mellow-medium bodied medley of toast, nuts, spice, and earth that will warm the palate with each puff. With the Connecticut-wrapped Fuente, you will experience a silky mellow-medium bodied smoke with notes of cream, leather, earth, and hints of baking spice.

For a bit of added brightness, the Candela blend and its mellow-medium bodied notes of coffee, cream, wood, and vibrant sweetness will be a great choice. And if darker flavors are more your bag, the Connecticut Broadleaf maduro blend and its rich mellow-medium bodied notes of cocoa, leather, nuts, and peppery spice are certain to impress your palate.

Cigars in the Arturo Fuente lineup are available in a wide variety of popular sizes and packaging quantities, so you can get the exact blend, vitola, and quantity that you need. To get Arturo Fuente cigars at the best prices on the web, order them online right here at JR Cigar! To learn more about the history of Arturo Fuente cigars, check out the Blending Room!

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