Arturo Fuente Hemingway Signature Cigar Review
This 6×47 perfecto stick offers a mottled dark brown cameroon wrapper with small veins, an even slightly spongy feel and this sample actually has a wrapper that’s slightly loose at points around the band. The perfecto tip is tight and firm. It has a slightly peppery faint tobacco aroma, barely noticeable. First light reveals a medium body sweet dry tobacco with a hint of black pepper on the finish. The cigar is very consistent, proving to be almost the same from start to finish with smooth creamy aged tobacco flavors, with a good syrup sweetness that shifts to a caramel at the 1/2 way point, and pepper that builds as it burns. The body remains medium, the burn perfect and the smoke rich and thick. Overall a very well constructed cigar with plain but reliable flavors.