Shortly after IPCPR, I was offered the opportunity to try a few new Pinar del Rio blends and absolutely jumped at the chance. It’s no secret I’m a fan of some other cigars that come from Abe Flores’ factory in the Dominican Republic – notably, his PDR Small Batch maduro and the Biography he produces for Frank Herrera (which is a top-three cigar from 2012 to my tastes). Today, I’m smoking the AFR-75 Sublime (5″X56). The line takes its name from Abe Flores’ initials and year of birth, and is a quite limited production run of 500 boxes per vitola in 3 different sizes (the other two being the Edmundo at 6″X58 and Immenso at 7″X60). It also features a San Andres Maduro wrapper, and filler/binder mix of ’98 Nicaraguan Criollo, Connecticut Broadleaf, and Dominican tobaccos. For this review, CONTINUE READING

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