Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Casa Fuente Reserva Superior Limitada

Another nice weekend here in the Pacific Northwest, perfect weather for enjoying a fine cigar "outdoors!" 

We were down at the Tobacco Patch on Friday night, quite a good turn out, saw a few guys that I haven't seen in ages. It was fun, plus this was probably the first Friday night that we didn't freeze our butts off!

Anyway, a couple of weeks back, Kirkland #1 Chris was over at the house for the cigar get-together and he brought along a beautiful box of Casa Fuente cigars that he had picked up in Las Vegas the week before.

Yeah, I had to have a couple...

Casa Fuente Reserva Superior Limitada
Corona Gorda — 5 5/8 x 46

So I smoked the first one the week before with the gang at the cigar get-together, and the second was down at the Patch on Friday night.

So what did I think? 
I remember saying to Chris at the get together: "Oh man, this is an excellent cigar!" 

Yeah, I loved it! Very smooth taste, perfect burn, and a good draw! Actually, the draw might be a little tight compared to say an Alec Bradley Tempus, which I just smoked on Sunday, but it still delivers plenty of rich smoke. BTW, that Tempus is one helluva smoke bomb - and I mean that in a good way!

Would I buy one again? Well, seeing how you can only buy these in Vegas I'd have to say "hell yes!" Damn good cigars!

Thanks Chris for bringing the box over! 


Chris said...

Glad you enjoyed it. I'm going to try to smoke one this weekend if time allows me and if weather permits.

I hope the weather cooperates this weekend, it'd be nice to go down to the Path again. I wish I would have came down last Friday too. I wasn't too busy Friday and just hung around at home. Oh well.

John Heflin said...

I'll let you know if I make it down to the Patch on Friday night - what are the odds of having another nice weather weekend?