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Monday, 08 October 2012

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jfuemad1A pair of solid Maduro-wrapped cigars is the focus of today’s reviews, beginning with the J. Fuego 777 Maduro Robusto and ending with the Perdomo Habano Maduro Toro.

 

J. Fuego 777 Maduro Robusto

Jesus Fuego released his J. Fuego 777 Maduro or Triple Siete line to the cigar smoking public back in 2008.  It was released to offer cigar fans the opportunity to enjoy a J. Fuego smoke at a price that was more wallet-friendly than some of his other lines.  The 777 Maduro is said to offer complexity and affordability, which sounds like the perfect mix to me.  With that being said, I decided to give one of the line’s Robusto offerings a try for this particular review.

The Robusto, which measures 5 x 50, is just one of the five sizes offered in the J. Fuego 777 Maduro line. The others include the 5 1/2 x 46 Corona, 5 1/2 x 54 Belicoso, 6 x 52 Toro, and the 6 x 60 Grande. The cigar’s filler is a blend of 2/3 Nicaraguan Corojo tobacco and 1/3 Nicaraguan Criollo tobacco. The binder is Nicaraguan Corojo, and a Nicaraguan Criollo wrapper caps off the composition. As you can tell, the 777 Maduro is a Nicaraguan puro, made completely of tobaccos from the fertile Central American nation. In terms of strength, the J. Fuego 777 Maduro is said to be bold and fall somewhere in the medium to full-bodied range.

As I take a look at the J. Fuego 777 Maduro Robusto, I get some good vibes. A simple white and black band near the head displays the 777 Triple Siete name along with Jesus Fuego’s marking. A good amount of oil is present on the surface of the very dark wrapper. I see no major imperfections, and just a few minimal veins here and there. The cigar appears to have solid construction overall and is firm to the touch. The pre-light aroma is chocolaty, while the cold taste is spicy.

Once lit, the J. Fuego 777 Maduro Robusto burns without any problems. The draw is perfect, and the gray ash holds for more than an inch. The burn is even all the way. No touch-ups or re-lights are needed.

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