The Corto from Warped Cigars is billed as their strongest blend to date. While the Corto does push a bit past the medium-to-full bodied mark it's the delightful complexity of the blend that really makes these cigars stand out.
Corto is a Nicaraguan puro blended entirely with Aganorsa tobaccos. Rich almond and allspice flavors at the start, accompanied by a slight hint of chocolate-like sweetness. They transition to a bold leathery profile with a delightful touch of creaminess. The finish definitely pushes into the full bodied range.
The Corto blend itself will continue from year to year, however the size Warped releases will change. In 2016 we have the 4 1/2 x 46 Corto x46 size.
The first ever Fonseca made with Nicaraguan tobaccos. These outstanding cigars are blended and priced to be your "go to" everyday smoke. They're smooth like the original Dominican Fonseca only the Fonseca Nicaragua pushes up to the medium bodied range and delivers the unique flavors you get from select Nicaraguan tobaccos.
These Nicaraguan puros are made in the Plasencia factory in Nicaragua. Three sizes available.
Maestro del Tiempo translates to "Master of Time". It's a reference to the time and effort Kyle Gellis of Warped Cigars put in to creating the new Maestro del Tiempo. There are two regular production sizes in the line. Both are Nicaraguan puros, 100% Aganorsa. The blend consists of Criollo '98 and Corojo '99 tobaccos. The binder is from the Condega region and the wrapper leaf is Corojo '99.
There is also a very special limited edition cigar that is part of the line. It shares the same blend as the two regular production sizes, only Warped added some Nicaraguan Medio Tiempo tobacco to bring out even more character in the blend. The limited edition 6102R size comes in 100-count cabinets. Only 150 cabinets of these limited edition cigars were produced.
The newest creation from HVC Cigars is a 5 x 50 Robusto going by the name Pan Caliente. These cigars are made entirely with Nicaraguan Aganorsa tobaccos. The filler tobaccos have been aged for two years. And the wrapper leaf is a Nicaraguan Criollo '98.
The first release for Foundation Cigar Co. and Nicholas Melillo, El Gueguense is a Nicaraguan puro featuring Corojo 99 and Criollo 98 tobaccos from the Jalapa and Esteli regions. Both the binder and wrapper utilize Corojo 99 tobacco from Jalapa.