|Shapes||Corona, Gordo, Toro, Torpedo|
One way to get more flavor into a tobacco leaf is to trim the flower off once it begins to bud. The flowers draw a lot of the nutrients away from the rest of the plant, so nipping them off allows the leaves to become hardier. This method is used in making A. Flores Gran Reserva Desflorado.
A darker than usual Ecuadorian Connecticut Shade wrapper graces this cigar, which also has a cedar wrap to protect the cigar while adding flavor. A Nicaraguan Habano binder lies underneath, surrounding select long-fillers from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua. Leather and cedar will greet you, with notes of dried fruit and baking spices. For medium-bodied experience you won't soon forget, give A. Flores Gran Reserva Desflorado a try.