Made from the exclusive tobaccos at Alec Bradley’s farm, La Vega Coyol, the Coyol is made with wonderful Honduran and Nicaraguan fillers and binders and wrapped in a sleek, smooth Honduran wrapper.
Grade: 94: Fratello again goes to Italy for this cigar’s name. Navetta is the Italian word for “shuttle”. The newest of the Fratello line maintains the tradition of quality, very smokable cigars.
Grade: 93: Fratello is the Italian word for “brother”, and brother this is an excellent smoke. The flagship of the Fratello line, it represents the name well. It has a good, solid taste that won’t run hot or sour at any point.
This is a good cigar. Beautifully constructed, with a clean, brown, nicely veined flawless wrapper, this cigar is prettier than Noah Syndergaard’s golden locks and better than a Jacob deGrom 9 inning shutout.