You don’t have to go home, but you can’t herf here
If you ever get the chance to tour a cigar factory, do it in a heartbeat. If you get the chance to tour A.J. Fernandez’s world class operation in Esteli, Nicaragua, I’d recommend going even if it means you have to skip your mother-in-law’s 60th birthday party. What does that have to do with the Last Call? Quite simply, this cigar was handed out at the end of the night, normally in the 4th quarter of whatever game was on at the time, to guests staying at A.J.’s Casa Blanca house during their tour of his facilities.
Since its inception as A.J.’s preferred nightcap, we’ve been getting requests to sell this cigar, and finally, it has been released to the public. Handmade in Esteli, this Nicaraguan puro might be short, but you’d be crazy to think it doesn’t pack a punch. Booming forward with a core of roasted nut flavors, spice, and a unique creamy, woodsy note.
Good news! AJ Fernandez Last Call has received an impressive 93-point rating, noting: “A short, stout cigar with an uncut foot. It’s a toasty, nutty smoke fortified with chewy, earthy notes and a savory, leathery finish.”
Chiquitas (Short Robusto) (3.5"x50), Corticas (Short Robusto) (4.0"x52), Flaquitas (Lonsdale) (6.0"x46), Genialies (Corona) (4.5"x48), Pequenas (Corona) (5.0"x46)
Medium – Full