Don Diego as you've never seen it before.
I've been a Don Diego fan going all the way back to the seventies when they were made in the Canary Islands. The original Don Diego is a smooth and creamy cigar that's consistent and elegant. My tastes have moved toward bigger and bolder cigars over the last 40 years, so when I saw that Omar Ortez had created a robust blend with the Don Diego name, I figured it would be right up my alley, and I was right.
Don Diego Fuerte is graced with a dark, silky Nicaraguan Cuban-seed wrapper and Nicaraguan binder which conceal long fillers from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua. The signature creaminess of a Don Diego is still there, but a flood of flavors including cedar, earth, sweet baking spices and pepper will wash over your palate delivering a medium to full-bodied profile that will be sure to please. Try the fuerte side of Don Diego for yourself.