In an effort to be more consistent, Ed and I barely made our August spot on The Stogie Review. But we made it damnit! A big challenge we’ve had lately is figuring out what to review. It is often over thought, and to be bluntly honest, Ed is a picky bastard who won’t just review any cigar.
So this month we went old school and just walked the shop. Within three minutes we randomly picked the Casa Fernandez Cuban Seed Corojo 2006. I can only describe the flavor profile as simple but complex. What I mean is that the flavors are common, but not presented to you in an easy fashion. They eventually reveal themselves, but only after you pay attention and maybe get a little frustrated in the process. Between takes, even Ed found himself stumped at pinning everything down. In the end, we picked it apart and show you all it has to offer.
This video runs a little long at 28 minutes. So sit back, light up a smoke and join us as we review the Casa Fernandez Cuban Seed Corojo 2006.