Cigar Review – La Flor Dominicana Double Ligero 660

Litto Gomez first started releasing mild La Flor Dominicana (LFD) when he first started the company, but as time went on, the customer’s taste changed to more full bodied cigars. The Double Ligero is one answer to the call for more full bodied cigars. This cigar is released in both a natural or maduro Ecuadorian sun grown wrapper with Dominican binder and filler made of ligero leaf. The DL660 just BARELY missed my Top 10 cigars of the year and lately I’ve been wondering if I was wrong leaving it off. I was lucky enough to get another maduro sample from @chiefhava on Twitter and decided I just had to review this cigar. How did it hold up? Watch the video and find out. Thanks to Skip Martin, aka @ChiefHava on Twitter, for the cigar!

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Really enjoyed this review, Ben, as you always are very descriptive about the flavor profile. This sounds like a fantastic cigar and I wondered if you’ve tried any other vitolas from FLD Double Ligero. The 60 ring gauge is a bit cartoonish for me and I prefer a gauge of about 50-54, but I’m not sure if the flavor profile would be the same or close to what you described in the 660. This sounds like cigar I would really enjoy, if the smaller ring gauges had a similar profile.

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