Arturo Fuente Cigars have a rich family heritage stretching from Cuba to Keywest, Tampa to Nicaragua and even out to the Dominican Republic. Smokers all of the world can distinguish the taste and distinction in every Arturo Fuente Cigar. Compromised of a rather large variety of superbly constructed blends, Arturo Fuente Cigars are a testament to knowledge, hard work and passion. This combination allows Arturo Fuente Cigars to produce some of the best tobacco leaves grown in the world.
Arturo Fuente Cigar Lines The Standard Arturo Fuente Cigar line is comprised primarily of Dominican filler and binder tobaccos and utilizes several different types of wrapper leafs including Ecuadorian, USA Connecticut, Ecuadorian Sun-Grown, Rosado and Maduro. This wide range of wrapper leaf appeals to a large range of Arturo Fuente Cigar enthusiasts.
There are not many cigars which can honestly claim they have produced one of the biggest stirs in the cigar manufacturing industry. However, the Arturo Fuente Cigar Opus X is certainly one of them. This full-bodied Arturo Fuente Cigar was introduced in 1996, the result of painstaking attempts to produce a Dominican “puro” also known as an Arturo Fuente Cigar comprised entirely of tobaccos grown in the Dominican Republic. Utilizing a very rare Dominican Rosado Wrapper Leaf, the demand for these Arturo Fuente Cigars greatly outweighs their availability. Even more rare, the Anejo-Opus filler and binder leaf which is wrapped in a Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro Wrapper allows all of the Arturo Fuente Cigar strength with a slightly more pronounced sweetness.