Fellowship

This inaugural cigar line truly reflects the feeling of camaraderie that smoking cigars creates among people be they friends, family, or the newest additions to the local cigar lounge.  Several components make Fellowship the perfect debut for Table 36.

First, we were lucky enough to work with the folks at Alec Bradley (home of such highly rated blends as the Tempus, the Family Blend, and Cigar Aficionado’s top rated cigar of 2011, Prensado).  We spent over a year refining this blend to fit what we were looking for in a cigar: a smoke that would appeal to a cigar novice but still excite the most sophisticated aficionado.

This universal appeal could only be achieved through a careful blending and re-blending.  Constructed at the famed Raices Cubanas factory, the filler is a mix of Honduran leaf grown on Raices own farm in Trojes and Nicaraguan leaf from the Jalapa valley.  These long filler tobaccos are all tied together with a Honduran Criollo 98 binder and wrapped in a rich Honduran Habano “Colorado Subido” leaf.  The result is exactly the cigar we intended: a medium-bodied cigar (OK, so it might cheat a little on the fuller side…) that connoisseurs and occasional smokers alike can appreciate.

As far as determining the flavor of the cigar is concerned, well, we would rather you be the judge of that.  So why not do what we did?  Get together with some friends, grab a Fellowship, kick back, and enjoy. After you have finished relaxing and solving the world’s problems , share your thoughts.  When we went through this process there were general impressions of “earthiness” along with indications of “sweetness” and “pepper”.  But there were also comments regarding “subtle floral notes” and a “strong leathery core”.  Above all, was the only comment that really mattered – “it’s just a damn fine cigar.”  We bet that you, no matter what your taste, will agree.

Fellowship is available in four sizes:
Corona Gorda – 5.5”x46
Robusto – 5”x50
Toro – 6”x50
V58 – 6.5”x58

Check here for a  Fellowship fact sheet.


 

 

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