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Many of you know I’m a weekly inhabitant of a spot in Decatur called “Got Cigars?” They’re located at 232 E. Ponce De Leon Ave right off the Square in Decatur, GA.
Comfortable, friendly, knowledgeable. This is a mini home or my “Decatur Office” when I’m in the mood not to work from home but don’t want to trek to Highland.
Along with standard products such as Fuente, Kristoff, La Flor Dominicana, and My Father, she has a rotating stock.
The shop owner has brought in a few new things to her quaint little shop. I’ve had a chance to taste a lot of newer things so I’ll give you a small rundown.
Cohiba Blue – the value-priced cigar is crafted with a three-country blend of tobaccos from Honduras, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic. Notes of vanilla and cedar find their way onto the palate.
Montecristo by AJ Fernandez- a traditional blend re-imagined by famed maker AJ Fernandez. Developed in conjunction with the Groupo De Maestros, this Nicaraguan blend showcases more spice and strength than the core Monte. I reviewed this cigar here.
La Palina Nicaragua Oscuro – A fairly complex cigar from La Palina, the construction is soild. Notes of wood and leather mingle with pepper and fruit.
Romeo by AJ Fernandez – My personal favorite AJ/Groupo De
Maestros blend, the Romeo y Julieta blend re-imagined by AJ. Like the Monte mentioned above, this cigar is blended in Nicaragua. More robust, but fruit, black pepper, heavy wood and cedar notes mix with bacon smokiness for a delicious surprise. I reviewed that here last week.