La Flor Dominicana Cigars
La Flor Dominicana (LFD) La Volcada by La Flor Dominicana Cigars

Vitola: Churchill
Length: 7.0
Gauge: 48

Wrapper: Mexican San Andrés
Binder: Ecuadorian Corojo
Filler: Dominican
Blender/Creator:
Factory: Tabacalera La Flor S.A.
Country: Dominican Republic
Purchase Source: Sellwood Cigar
Date Purchased: April 5, 2019
Price: $13.00
Date Smoked: June 14, 2021

La Flor Dominicana (LFD) La Volcada by La Flor Dominicana Cigars

06/14/2021
COVID-19 Day 448
 Dominican Republic, La Flor Dominicana, La Volcada, LFD, Mexican San Andres This La Flor Dominicana (LFD) La Volcada is a dark deep rich cigar! I’m guessing most of you already knew that…

Having last smoked this JFD La Volcada over two years ago… I’m counting on my palate to have evolved over that time… Today, dark chocolate, dark coffee, leather, and a mouthful of black pepper tobacco flavors were the dominant tobacco flavors that were delivered to me right off the bat.

Continuing… Matiness enters the picture for a smooth ride to the finish. I could have nursed this Nub for a while longer… Needless to say, I enjoyed this La Flor Dominicana (LFD) La Volcada by La Flor Dominicana Cigars. Thank you Curran for the treat!

Stay Smoky
Stay Chill


04/22/2019
The La Nox by La Flor Dominicana appeared in my bunch of cigars created by Jeff Martinez at Sellwood Cigar a couple of weeks (shopping trip) ago probably because Jeff knows I’m a fan of La Flor Dominicana cigars.

Thank you, Jeff!

This is supposed to be a ramped up version of the The La Flor Dominicana La Nox that I smoked in January, a gift from Ralph Larson.

After a snip and a cut, cocoa and baking spices fill my senses. Once lit, earthy barnyards tobacco and subtle dark chocolate keep me company through a perfect smoky draw. The retrohale produces pepper spices one can expect from a Litto Gomez cigar.

I’m past the first third almost at the halfway point and I’m not getting many transitions, a pretty consistent smoking experience so far. I’m diggin’ the LFD cigar experience as the pepper spice ramps up on my retrohale.

At the last third the pepper sensations ramp up along with the complexity of this cigar. I’m getting deep rich woody (cedar), leather and tobacco.

I’m glad I have another one of the La Nox by La Flor Dominicana to try in a few weeks.

Stay Chill
Stay Smoky


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The Cigar

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