I’ve smoked this cigar multiple times for review and to verify the cigar’s placement on Cigar Dojo’s 2020 year-end list, and come to the overarching summary of “like taking the jungle and blending it into a smoothie… minus the monkey guts.” In my opinion, that is this cigar.
Fratello Cigars made its debut with the Classico blend in 2013. Spicy and creamy, Classico provides undertones of leather and also pepper... Learn More
Bianco is the smoothest maduro blend on the market. This combination of fillers imparts cocoa notes, earthiness and creaminess from start to finish. Learn More
Fratello Oro is exuberant in smoke and flavor nuances. The creaminess, dry fruit and subtle pepper... Learn More
Blended with three-year-old aged tobaccos, Navetta tells the story of a single farm in Nicaragua. This rich and dark soil imprints those nuances into our most complex blend to date. Learn More
Inverse in Italian, this cigar is the result of inversing all the tobaccos under its predecessor the Fratello Navetta. This created a creamier medium body blend, with layers of cocoa and tea spices. Learn More
Arlequin is a 16th century Italian theater character. This extroverted cigar imparts notes of cinnamon, multiple layers of sweetness and Mediterranean spices with a very smooth finish. Learn More
The Fratello Camo is the highest rated “Bundle” cigar in the history of Halfwheel. It comes in three long-filler blends. Learn More
The D.M.V is an abbreviation well known to residents of the DC metro area as DC, Maryland and Virginia. This blend is manufactured at the La Aurora factory.... Learn More
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