The ultra-premium God of Fire by Carlito cigar features a dark-brown Ecuador sun-grown wrapper that has plenty of tooth and glimmers with oil. Triple-capped and tightly packed, this baby comes equipped for some serious smoking. Although labeled medium in strength, the cigar’s intense complexity seemed to give it a fuller flavor. Like all Fuente offerings, this line of hefty 50-plus-ring smokes are tightly packed and burn incredibly slowly. Every draw unleashes hearty notes of white pepper, citrus, espresso, and dried fruit, all backed by a decadently sweet tobacco aroma. God of Fire by Carlito is a limited-edition offering, so I always try to smoke them sparingly, but they are so darn delicious that I rarely succeed.