The Florez family ran a cigar plantation for over 30 years until the 1960s when, as a prominent member of the people's revolution against Castro, Señor Carlos Flores was forced to uproot his family and flee to the U.S. Once in Miami, he simply moved production to the kitchen table. With his fellow expatriates, he rolled cigars in his kitchen trading stories of Cuba and catching up on news of the family and friends he had to leave behind. The product of Señor Flores' kitchen gained acclaim in Miami long before it caught on with the rest of the cigar-smoking world. Flor de Florez cigars remained Miami's great secret until the family began to market them in the 1980s and production was moved to Honduras. Since then, the brand has received praise from every major cigar magazine. Supple construction, a good draw and creamy rustic earth notes make this cigar a thing of beauty. A fairly complex smoke that starts out creamy but builds to a medium spice. We noticed notes of coffee bean and a chocolaty-sweet taste. ¡Gracias Señor Flores!
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