JFR XT CIGAR REVIEW | Casa Fernandez Miami | 2014 | LeeMack912
Released in 2014, The JFR XT Corojo is an all Nicaraguan blend incorporating tobaccos from the famed Aganorsa farms in Nicaragua owned by Casa Fernandez. LeeMack912 reviews
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At the 2014 IPCPR Trade Show in Las Vegas, Casa Fernandez unveiled a new line of cigars under their JFR brand called the JFR XT. This introduced a box-pressed offering into the JFR brand using both of Casa Fernandez signature wrappers – a Corojo and (San Andres) Maduro. Today I take a closer look ahe first of these new blends to hit the market – the JFR XT Corojo. Over the past few years, Casa Fernandez has been on a roll in terms of the quality of their products under their own brand as well those products made for others. The 2014 IPCPR Trade Show might have been one of the best for Casa Fernandez as a company in terms of new products released – and the JFR XT Corojo is certainly one of them. I recently have had an opportunity to sample the JFR XT Corojo in the 654 XT vitola, and found this to be an excellent cigar.
The JFR line stands for “Just for Retailers”. For the most part this is a line that has been positioned toward brick and mortar retailers. Three years ago, Casa Fernandez chose the JFR brand to release one of the first 7 x 70 cigars in the market. Keeping to the roots of the JFR brand, there is a 7 x 70 JFR XT that is a part of both the Corojo and Maduro lines.
Without further ado, let’s take a closer look at the JFR XT Corojo and see what this cigar will bring to the table.
The JFR XT Corojo is an all Nicaraguan blend incorporating tobaccos from the famed Aganorsa farms in Nicaragua owned by Casa Fernandez. The JFR XT is made at Casa Fernandez’s Esteli, Nicaragua factory.
Wrapper: Aganorsa Corojo
Binder: Aganorsa Nicaragua
Filler: Aganorsa Nicaraguan
The JFR XT Corojo is available in three sizes. The JFR XT Maduro also will feature the same three sizes. All three sizes in both lines are box-pressed.
654 XT: 6 x 54
660 XT: 6 x 60
770 XT: 7 x 70