Arturo Fuente: OpusX Angel's Share Fuente Fuente Cigars

Product Number: 007-041-0200

For decades, cigar blenders and factories struggled to find Dominican leaf that was suitable for cigar wrappers, but that precedent changed thanks to Arturo Fuente: Founded in 1912, Arturo Fuente eventually developed a means of cultivating Dominican tobacco that fit the exacting requirements demanded of wrapper leaf, and the illustrious Fuente Fuente OpusX series was born — the first ever Dominican puro. Supported by the experience and expertise learned from three generations of dedicated cigar blending and tobacco cultivation, Fuente Fuente OpusX cigars represent Arturo Fuente's most prestigious offerings, and many avid connoisseurs consider them Holy Grails within the cigar industry. Crafted in limited quantities and comprising only the finest Dominican tobacco available, OpusX cigars are an experience unto themselves.

The Angel's Share is a special version of OpusX, named for the portion of wine that naturally evaporates in the aging barrels. Traditionally, it's thought that this evaporated portion is for guardian angels who watch over the wine, sampling it and giving it their blessing. Similarly, the OpusX Angel's Share cigar was created in memory of the Fuente's warehouse fire of 2012 in which the family lost precious tobacco stock that had been aging since the 1940s and '50s — the smoke from such a tragedy paralleling the evaporated, angel's share wine. As a cigar, the OpusX Angel's Share is a Dominican puro like the regular OpusX line, but it features a wrapper from the tobacco plant's middle priming instead of the top priming.

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  • Length: 5.63 in./143.00 mm.
  • Ring Gauge: 46
  • Country: Dominican Republic
  • Wrapper Type: Corojo
  • Wrapper Country: Dominican Republic
  • Filler Country: Dominican Republic
  • Binder Country: Dominican Republic
  • Package Type: Stick
  • Make: Handmade
  • Box Pressed: Not Box Pressed
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