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Warped Futuro

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Kyle Gellis of Warped and Maximillian Fernandez of Casa Fernandez and director at TABSA have come together to produce a blend that transcends what they normally produce in terms of flavor profiles. From Warped’s previous press release “Utilizing AGANORSA’s material from their “vault”, a section of their storage facility under lock and key and home to their most prized material, life was given to this AGANORSA puro.”

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Warped La Hacienda

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A fresh new cigar from Warped for the cool spring season. This time Kyle Gellis brings us a Nicaraguan blended puro cigar with a corojo wrapper. The production is being handled at TABSA, the Casa Fernández factory in Estelí, Nicaragua. This is the second cigar done in this factory, the first being the Flor Del Valle.

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Warped Cigars Flor Del Valle

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Warped Cigars has been by far my vote for standout brand of the year. I had the La Colmena earlier this year at IPCPR and was blown away with the quality. Kyle Gellis has an attention to detail that is second to none. He uses a category 9 roller that only produces perfect cigars, only the best make it through. It is this passion and design that has put Warped at the top of this years list. Flor Del Valle is a revived old Cuban brand produced with 100% Aganorsa tobacco down in Esteli, Nicaragua by Casa Fernandez. Utilizing true Cuban producton techniques such as entubado bunching and the classic Cuban triple cap. A soft sweet floral scent escapes the wrapper. It is a medium brown wrapper with visible lines and a bit toothy. The band is really next level in the design category. This is probably the best I’ve ever seen. Classic looks with a touch of new school design. The cold draw has a sweet spiciness to it.

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Warped Cigars La Colmena

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Warped Cigars KyleI stopped by the Warped Cigars booth at IPCPR2014 as was greeted by Kyle Gellis, president of Warped Cigars. The first thing that stood out to me was the amazing attention to detail in absolutely everything within the booth. Kyle has amazing design style and it shows in all aspects of his business. Cigars are just the tip of the iceberg. He offers up the “jaridor”, a 25-count badass humidor. Sophistication oozing travel cigar cases, and botl bracelets that will have you begging to find one to purchase, if you can. These products are often limited run and exclusive. If that wasn’t enough, you then have his cigars. Oh how good are these cigars. As Kyle showed me around, he described the superb craftsmanship that has been put into every single cigar. A classic Cuban triple cap on his El Oso cigar and classic Cuban foot on the La Colmena, all masterfully rolled by true category 9 rollers all hailing from Cuba. I was given a La Colmena to try and good lord is it a thing of beauty, review is below.

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