This cutter solves the problem for many smokers, of just how to perfectly cut your cigar. Especially for new smokers, it takes the guesswork out of what is really a critical step in the enjoyment of a good smoke. It allows for the perfect positioning of just about any cigar … Continue reading
This lovely 6.5×54 stick offered a mild-medium body, plentiful rich, smooth smoke and a very good burn all the way down to the nub. The draw was perfect – you didn’t even notice it or have to think about it. The flavor profile was very simple and consistent but proved … Continue reading →
This 7×48 medium brown slightly toothy box pressed stick gave off a sweet tobacco pre-light aroma. The burn was almost razor sharp all the way down with perfect performance and an excellent draw with just the right amount of resistance. Flavors included
Wow – on so many levels. First and foremost this $30 stick delivered on it’s price, for what it is. It offered a rich smooth plentiful full bodied smoke with a long full finish. Excellent burn and draw with no issues. Flavors included leather, a sweet oil, hints of nuts, … Continue reading →
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Bucanero Don Douglas Cabinet Series Belicoso Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, June 8, 2009
This 6×54 stick showed a creamy smooth musty leather in the first half, changing to a deep earthiness in the 2nd. Body was medium overall with the start pushing up just a bit. The last half produced more smoke and a very rich
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This 6×54 belicoso stick offered a very straighforward espresso and nut flavor profile, with a slight pepper heat on the finish that built up as it went along. The body gained momentum from mild to medium to the band point, at which I stopped. A burn issue at the 1/2 … Continue reading →
This very nice box pressed 6×50 dark chocolate stick offered a great light tobacco pre-light aroma. The flavors changed constantly to the 1/2 way point, offering woodiness, nuts, cream flavor and texture. A slight pepper heat was present on the top of
Some of you already know this project has been my first foray into doing videos, so I’m always trying to improve it as I go along. I have made many (oh, so many) mistakes along the way, and yes, some of my videos really stink. BUT I hope each one … Continue reading →
Indian Tabac Super Fuerte Maduro Toro Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, June 5, 2009
This 6×52 dark, oily stick gave medium-full bodied flavors of cocoa, tobacco, nuts and a slight pepper heat on the finish. Unfortunately it did have some construction issues. Draw was excellent, with just the right amount of resistance for easy control. Available as a cosmetic factory second called X-Out Liga … Continue reading →
Chateau Real Lord Tennyson by Drew Estate Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, June 3, 2009
This 7×50 stick brought a mild-medium body, wood and nut party to the table. Very typical in flavors, not so typical in the perfect draw and burn, at a very attractive price-point. It lasted just over 1 hour to the band point at which the whole thing became very soggy … Continue reading →
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This 6×50 stick produced a rich smooth smoke, giving a medium bodied mix of leather and nut flavors with touches of caramel and pepper at certain points. The draw was perfect along with a near razor sharp burn, holding as for 3/4 – 1 1/2 inches at a time. At … Continue reading →
An excellent 5×52 smoke, producing copious amounts of thick cool smoke. Starting with a good light peppery heat on the long finish, the flavors of chocolate and earth mellowed into a smooth leather and cocoa oily mixture. Overall a medium-full bodied experience, it is sure to please the more demanding … Continue reading →
Overall a medium-full bodied 5.5×5 smoke that took 1/2 the stick to develop it’s flavors. The mouthfeel and amount of smoke steadily increased to the 2nd 3rd producing a creamy textured nutty flavor with a hint of pepper on the extremely short finish. A simple smoke with a good kick. … Continue reading →
A fairly complex blend, giving a variety of flavors throughout the stick. The burn and draw were both excellent with no issues whatsoever. The 6×52 stick was a VERY slow burner ending nice and cool all the way to the nub after 1 3/4 hours. The start offered a bit … Continue reading →
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Romeo y Julieta Reserva Real Belicoso Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, May 22, 2009
A very nice blend of slight pepper, leather, touches of caramel and sweet woody flavors. The finish is short on the first half, growing longer to the band. The burn was excellent, the draw very good on the loose side – no construction issues. A very enjoyable mild-medium 6.1×52 smoke … Continue reading →
An excellently constructed 6.5×52 stick, offering a near purfect draw and burn with plenty of easy cool smoke. A mild-medium body producing a variety of flavors including nuts, caramel, wood notes and a good pepper kick on the long finish.
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