Label Your Cigar Habano Double Corona Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, March 7, 2011
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Label Your Cigar Habano Double Corona Cigar Review

This 7.5×49 stick offers a medium tan wrapper with slight imperfections such as tears, nicks, discolorations and splotches. It has minimal veins, tight seams, a soft paper bag feel and even slightly spongy construction and a sweet barnyard aroma. First light reveals a perfect draw, tons of rich medium body smoke with a core of pepper and sweetness. The finish is long and zingy leaving an oily mouthfeel. The first third burns pretty quickly, giving medium-full body flavors of a creamy leather and pepper with a bit of zing on the finish but not huge like first light. Burn is good but not razor sharp and the smoke output is excellent. The 1/2 way point comes at 1:10 with no changes to performance, it continues to be an excellent performer. The ash fell off in one big chunk, holding right to the 2nd third. 1 hour 30 minutes in, flavors change to a medium body creamy nut and wood combo, still with very good performance, only starting the last third. Ending at 1:50, the remainder was the same. Thank you very much to LabelYourCigar.com for sending this for review, I appreciate it very much!

  • Slam Dunked again…

  • Stan

    Bryan , I just want to say that I throughly enjoy all your reviews , there is no other that does it so well. Please keep it up. I am from Alberta , so the prices you quote are triple up here due to taxes and we cant always find your selections. One thing i would like to ask , and that is , can you review Quorum Cigars and tell me why i enjoy them so much, they are 6$ here , so there they are probably 50 cents , but still i enjoy them a-lot.

    • Thanks for watching! Yes the huge price differences around the world are why I usually never even bring it up. I’m lucky to live where I do all things considered. I’ll keep my eye out for them!

  • Lars

    After viewing your rave review of the Label Your Cigar Double Corona I ordered a bundle and when I got them I couldn’t wait to light one up. Unfortunately my experience was completely the opposite. Construction was good and the draw was fine but the flavors were nothing like your reivew and after smoking about a third of the cigar it wouldn’t stay lit. It seems that Label Your Cigar’s consistancy leaves a great deal to be desired and I wouldn’t recommend there cigars to anyone.

    • Guys bear in mind you need to let your cigars acclimate in your humidor for a while after receiving them. The are not in good conditions during shipping and sometimes need time to correct temp and humidity. Do not expect perfection if you bust open the box and try one.

      • Lars

        I agree that they get better over time but I’ve never had one this bad. Before I try another one I’ll let them sit in the humidor for a couple of months and give you a heads up then.

        • I’m not talking about aging. They need to rest after shipping

  • Lars

    Rest they did for 2 day in my humidor but I think they need a vacation.

    • 2 days is not a rest – try 2 weeks. It takes nothing but time for moisture to get through to all parts of a cigar. Nothing of significance happens in just a couple days.

  • david121

    this goes to show to companies: if you put the time in to make good products then people will buy them. dont be lazy! this sounds like a great buy, i only wish i didnt have to buy 25 of them right off the bat lol

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