AJ Fernandez San Lotano Connecticut

Churchill · 7 × 52 AJSLCH2

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Third generation son, AJ Fernandez, is one of the few cigar masters who continues to follow Cuban cigar-making tradition. From a family with a rich history in the industry, the new San Lotano cigar blends are his nod to his ancestry. Crafted in accordance with his grandfather’s original Cuban recipe, each San Lotano premium cigar is hand-rolled at the Tabacalera Fernandez factory in Esteli, Nicaragua with great pride and respect.

The San Lotano Connecticut is no different. Featuring a charming blend of aged Dominican and Nicaraguan long fillers, a rich Honduran binder and a smooth, shade-grown Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper, this silky cigar tastes as refined as it appears. Just light it up and savor the creamy coffee, citrus and almond flavors, as subtle peppery spices add a welcomed complexity throughout.

What’s more, a perfect burn and easy draw offer an ideal mild-bodied smoking experience any time of day. An excellent choice for beginners and experienced smokers alike, you’ll taste years of knowledge, passion and dedication when you smoke an AJ Fernandez San Lotano Connecticut cigar.
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Jfurby16 on 09/18/15

I love this brand and blend. San Lotano is a great brand that you can expect great consistency from. This cigar smokes very good and has a great mellow taste. Definitely recommend a try


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Fair cigar

Old stogie on 09/15/15

Decent smoke rich and creamy flavor. The construction was good. And it had a pretty good wrap. The consistency was fair as the burn was ok but not always even.


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T-wine on 09/13/15

Great smooth stick. Bold but mild. Cedar, earth, nuts, cream, and leather are easily distinguishable. The burn was even and smoke production wasnt bad at all