Many cigar geeks love Warped and especially its use of the famed Aganorsa tobacco. But this one stands a notch above others giving full depth of flavors, nuances and complexities. I'll be buying a box.
A friendly Futuro battle between Kyle Gellis of Warped and Max Fernandez of Casa Fernandez. Who will reign supreme? Both using the same tobaccos, before smoking them, I wondered, “How different could they truly be?” Could different cigar sizes and ratios of the same tobaccos cause a noticeable difference?
Like with most cigars from Warped, I thought the Futuro Seleccion 109 was a tasty offering. Would still buy a fiver to give it some proper TLC in the humidor as I am banking aging will create a more harmonious flavor profile.