God of Fire By Don Carlos
The God of Fire line began as a friendly father and son competition between Carlos Fuente and his son, Carlito. While the filler blends are similar, Carlos opted for a hearty Ecuadorian Habano wrapper where Carlito went with a seductive Cameroon. Key to the God of Fire line and God of Fire by Don Carlos cigars is balance and complexity. The harvested tobacco crop first hangs in curing barns to aid the moisture evaporation process. After six weeks, these leaves then ferment for some time. They then age for years before finding their way into God of Fire smokes.
But the aging doesn’t stop there. After rolling the cigars, they age for two to three additional years to increase the complexity and balance of the blend. This post-production aging is necessary because, at this point, the cigars are still developing. As they mature, the components of the cigars find balance and unity, which greatly increases the overall taste.
According to the God of Fire website, God of Fire by Don Carlos cigars are “arguably the most well-rounded” of the brand. The cigars start with one of the previously mentioned Ecuadorian Habano wrapper leaves. This covers up a Dominican binder and long-fillers. Expect flavor notes of spice, pepper, nuts, and sweetness. Like most of the God of Fire offerings, these cigars are balanced, complex, and smooth with a long finish.
Please enjoy God of Fire by Don Carlos cigars at your leisure.
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God of Fire by Don Carlos FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Spice, nuts, sweetness, pepper.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
If you smoked the God of Fire by Carlito, you’ll need to smoke one of the God of Fire by Don Carlos cigars to declare a winner. Better yet—you could smoke both and announce yourself the obvious winner.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
If full-strength cigars are your weakness, you’ll enjoy every second of this gem.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Bomb! Stouts by Prairie Artisan Ales. Both the cigar and stout have spicy, nutty, and sweet notes. Put ‘em together and form a club.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
Save a few of these for when your best smoking bud comes to town. A surprise like this beats any traditional gift.
Only if you’re on team Carlito. Kidding—everyone’s a winner in this savory competition.