Cigar Review: Oscar Valladares Super Fly Super Corona
The Oscar Valladares Super Fly is a cigar I've been seeing a lot about recently. People have been sharing pictures of this stick on Instagram (Follow @CigarScore) and Facebook (Like Us: /CigarScore) and I've been looking forward to getting my hands on one. So, when I got one in November from Luxury Cigar Club, I was excited!
Today we're smoking the Oscar Valladares Super Fly Super Corona. This vitola is smaller than I generally smoke, but the Mexican San Andres wrapper looks delicious. After punching and torching the cigar, the first flavors were bold and rich with a little bit of spice, and the draw was fairly decent. In the first few puffs, the milder Honduran tobacco was hidden behind the bolder Mexican and Nicaraguan tobaccos.
Brand: Oscar Valladares
Line: Super Fly
Size: 5 1/4 x 45
Cut: Select Draw
Wrapper: Mexican San Andres
Filler: Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, Honduras
Smoke Time: 68 minutes
The Oscar Valladares Super Fly Super Corona had a nearly perfect burn, a perfect draw, and rich, bold, and spicey flavors that were well-blended and delicious.
My one problem with the Super Corona vitola is the price for the length of smoke. For a $9 cigar, I would've liked it to last just a little bit longer. But other than that, the Oscar Valladares Super Fly Super Corona is a great smoke and it earns a CigarScore 4. I plan on smoking this again soon!