Name of Cigar: Antano Doble Fuerte
Manufacturer: Joya De Nicaragua
Date Tried: Monday, May 8 2017
Length: 5 inches
Experience level recommended: If you smoke cigars regularly, this should be right up your alley
Overall Score: 4
What they have to say about the cigar:
A darker friend of the Antano 1970, this JDN is exactly what a beef-eater would want. It’s dark, oily, and very well crafted for a corojo. At first glance, you may think it’s a maduro or a dark broadleaf, but it’s really just a nicely done wrapper. I expected this to be more full of flavor than it turned out to be, and its impact was minimal at best. That said, it’s a fine smoke worthy of about $6 or so at your local B&M (cheaper online.) If you like things a bit more medium body, and are willing to try a walk on the dark side, give this a shot.