The A. Flores 1975 cigar collection first debuted in 2013, now split between the Serie Privada and Gran Reserva variants of the overriding A. Flores 1975 brand. The collection is named after PDR Cigars owner and Master Blender, Abraham Flores, and his birth year of 1975.
When released, Abe was still a rising star in the realm of premium cigars, but he is now a household name in humidors throughout the world. Operating out of the Dominican Republic with his factory of the same name, Flores' cigars are among the most ubiquitous in enthusiasts' collections today. This portfolio is led by the A. Flores 1975 Gran Reserva cigar series, making use of some of the most premium tobaccos in PDR's arsenal.
What do A. Flores 1975 Gran Reserva cigars taste like?
There is a healthy diversity in profile for A. Flores 1975 Gran Reserva cigars, being offered in four blend varieties: Gran Reserva Corojo 2006, Gran Reserva Sungrown, Gran Reserva Desflorado, and Gran Reserva Maduro. While each showcase unique profiles and levels of body, all are complex and thoroughly satisfying, being a go-to choice for seasoned hobbyists since the brand's inception.