Jesus Fuego was the first to use the Brazilian-grown Corojo wrapper. He obtained this rare tobacco from his father, who worked on growing it for three years in order to perfect the varietal for his son. The filler and binder are all from Nicaragua in a blend that is two-thirds Corojo and one-third Criollo. The color is a rich brown with tantalizing cinnamon red hints. These hefty sticks are well-packed with tobacco to produce a slow, even burn and cool smoke. With three generations of tobacco experience Fuego is one of the rising stars in the boutique cigar world. The “tres siete” is available in four vitolas -- Robusto, Corona, Belicoso, and Toro.