A.J. Fernandez, the maker of the best selling New World cigars, San Lotano, and Last Call, has come out with another version of the Bellas Artes, this time in Maduro. Dressed in an oily and attractive Brazilian Mata Fina covering a Mexican San Andrés binder and a copious amount of Nicaraguan fillers grown by A.J. himself in his Nicaraguan based fields, these cigars were presented during the 2018 IPCPR Convention and Trade Show.
This new blend has an abundance of new flavors expertly mixed together and will delight the cigar aficionado. It is packaged in boxes of 20 cigars and is elegantly presented in a white motif with the same Bellas Artes logo design as the original. Four box-pressed sizes are available, namely: Short Churchill with 6 by 48, Robusto at 5 1/2 and 52 ring gauge; a Toro, with dimensions of 6 by 54; and finally a Gordo 6 1/2 by 58.
Originally inspired while A.J. Fernandez visited the Bellas Artes Palace in Havana, Cuba, the cigars are handmade at Tabacalera A.J. Fernandez Cigars in Esteli Nicaragua, and they are now available at Cuenca Cigars.