RobustoI have had the original Enclave and really liked it. I saw the CA rating and wanted to try it. There was a special on them and being a well rated cigar and having liked the original, I went for a box of the robustos. I am so glad I did.
After giving it a V-cut, I took a dry draw and loved the nuances. I toasted the foot, made a vodka martini and fired it up. I was not surprised or disappointed. From the first light to the nub it was enjoyable. I'm not going to write about chocolate, cashews or espresso because I have read those on reviews and haven't tasted it. So whatever little nuances I may get, you may not and then the review seems pretentious. What I will say is, I like the robusto size because it just right for a couple of cocktails but with this, I wished I could have bought half Toros because I wanted it to last longer. I'm an A.J. fan (although I have had some I wouldn't buy again) and this jumps to the front of the line. Is it the best he ever did? I would never say that since I don't have others I have liked to compare it to but its up there.551
May 21, 2020
AJ Fernandez Enclave
5 × 52
A warm, sweet aroma, accompanied by mouthwatering flavors of peppery spice, chocolate, cedar, and cinnamon, make the medium to medium to full-flavored AJ Fernandez Enclave Broadleaf Robusto a premium cigar that belongs in every aficionados’ humidor. Flawlessly constructed, slow burning, and boasting a nice effortless draw, AJ Fernandez has another winner on his hands with the luxury Enclave Broadleaf Robusto cigar.