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Written by Puff Staff

Monday, 08 February 2010

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As mentioned, the look of the Hemingway Between the lines is unique due to its combination of wrappers that intertwine to form a barber pole design. Needless to say, this is one cigar that will garner some looks from across the room. A large band near the head adds a nice touch. The band's gold, white, and red colors form a nice combination and the company's name and logo are shown. Touching the cigar reveals that it is tightly packed, and a few veins are present. Under light a slight oily sheen can also be seen. Before lighting, the cigar gives off a sweet scent and flavor.

After striking a match to the cigar it burns evenly without the need for touch-ups. The draw is solid and the light ash is a pleasant surprise. There is plenty of flavor to go around too. Among the flavors experienced were cedar, coffee, chocolate, and a nice creamy taste. Some nuts made their way into the fold along with spice and wood as well.

Needless to say, the Hemingway Between the Lines is an excellent smoke. It has solid construction, looks great, smokes evenly, and has plenty of flavor. So, what's the problem? The problem comes not only from the cigar's scarcity, as it can be very hard to find, but also its accompanying price. A single can now go for around $30 each or more, depending on where you look. This price might be too high for many. That said, if you want a cigar for a special occasion, it might be worth the price. It's also a good pick for medium-bodied lovers. Despite its high price, the Arturo Fuente Hemingway Between the Lines earns a rating of four out of four stars.

I hope you enjoyed my reviews of these two cigars. See you next time!

 






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-1 # pretty --but thats itneuticles 2010-02-08 17:52
just because they make 2500/yr doesnt make it an exceptional cigar. It sells for criminal amounts because of its rarity but the cigar itself isn't that great at all. I speak from experience.

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0 # HarshRichlw 2011-09-19 09:32
My preference is full-bodied cigars so I picked up a 5 pack for cheap in a quick buy auction. Smoked the first one last night and found it very harsh the first half, then is mellowed out some. I found it a bit sour and one dimensional... Maybe some time in the humidor will help these sticks develop some flavors.

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