AJ Fernandez San Lotano Connecticut
Churchill · 7 × 52 AJSLCH2
Mild - Medium
Light Brown / Natural
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Hand me a coffee and this cigar.
OGShua on 06/05/15
The San Lotano Connecticut is a fantastic mild-medium smoke. It pairs beautifully with my morning coffee. Nuts, wood and cream dominate this cigar. Buy a box to make sure you always have them on hand.
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M.Johnson on 07/21/15
An incredible stick from a phenomenal master blender these sticks coat the pallets in a creamy sweet leathery oak and provide a powerful punch it is a must try and really a must have a worthy smoke for any collection
a great mild alternative to the original
Alpfeil on 06/24/15
I loved this cigar. I usually don't enjoy a lighter Connecticut wrapper but I thought, why not, let's try it. The construction and consistency are great, as other San lotanos are. This is just creamier and milder strength. Does not lack in complexity or flavor though
Go aj go
Ezlvn33@aol.com on 06/22/15
I got this oval Connecticut I'm a sampler and wow was I impressed as I don't usually smoke Connecticut wrapped cigars .. but I found it to be complex enough to keep my attention the construction was great and the burn was even through out the experience
Bowie cigar lover on 09/06/15
Very nice cigar. Lots of mild flavor. Starts smooth and stays smooth all the way. I often take these flying with me. Since I can't actually light them while I am flying they taste great and hold up to my chewing. Then when I get to light them they don't disappoint. Nice earthy flavors and mild spices.
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Farmer_jay on 07/11/15
The first few puffs offer a sweet woodiness. I sense some saltiness as well as a few floral notes here and there.The second third shifts to a leathery profile with the woodiness continuing. There is a certain prominent cedar flavor that develops as well. the final third a spiciness develops as the leather dissipates. The smooth creaminess disappears. The cigar is still enjoyable up until I start to nub the cigar and it begins to get too bitter. Not great but not bad either.