J. Fuego 777 Corojo (Short Ashes)

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J. Fuego 777 Corojo (Short Ashes)

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Last week I was able to bang out three Short Ashes reviews. The intention was to create a little bit of a pool of content to draw from as the holidays starting popping up and we were pressed for time. Little did I know, right after I recorded the videos that I was going to come down with a cold.

As I near the tail end of this cold, I can see the light at the end of the tunnel and I have lots of plans for future content before the year rounds out. With my taste buds a little out of whack, I’ve got little choice but to tap into that fresh reserve I created just last week.

The cigar of the evening is the J Fuego 777 Corojo. This is a more economical release from Jesus Fuego and sports a unique Brazilian Corojo wrapper which gives it a flavor profile all its own. Since discovering these cigars a few months back, they have become a staple in my humidor and I smoke a couple each week.

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6 thoughts on “J. Fuego 777 Corojo (Short Ashes)

  1. Nice review! I only ever had one of these, the one you gifted me 🙂 , but it was an enjoyable smoke! I keep wanting to find some more, but have not as of yet.

    do they come in different vitolas and if so, have you tried them? Curious what the sweet spot is for the taste.

    Mike

    1. Mike,
      There are a few sizes available. I always reach for the Corona because its a size I prefer in general. If my shop is out of the Corona, I grab a Robusto. So far I haven’t noticed much a of a difference between them.

  2. The first half of this smoke is.. well.. boring. Lots of papery, earthy blandness, but the 2nd half is decent. It has a subtle unique flavor that I am assuming is the Brazilian wrapper. I wish this was more dominant to balance out the earth and leather, but it tends to sit in the background. Worth a try, not sure it belongs in a top ten though.

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