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Chinnock Cellars Terroir Toro Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, May 26, 2013

[nggallery id=741] Chinnock Cellars Terroir Toro Cigar Review This 6×52 stick features a dry, butter soft tan wrapper with minimal veins, tight invisible seams, even firm pack triple cap and mild peppery cedar aroma. First light reveals

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Gurkha Widow Maker Natural Churchill Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, April 10, 2013

[nggallery id=714] Gurkha Widow Maker Natural Churchill Cigar Review This 7×52 stick features a 10 year aged tan wrapper with a few stretch marks, a thin soft paper bag like feel, firm dense pack, minimal veins, tight invisible seams, double cap and rich hay aroma. First light reveals

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Padron 4000 Natural Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, March 16, 2013

[nggallery id=696] Padron 4000 Natural Cigar Review This 6.5×54 stick features a dark brown very thin fragile wrapper with an extremely squishy pack, slightly lifted seams, minimal veins, dry slightly toothy feel, single cap and faint manure aroma. First light reveals

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Cheap Stick Shootout 5: Oro Cubano Toro vs. Famous Dominican 4000 Churchill

by Bryan Glynn, January 18, 2013

[nggallery id=662]   Cheap Stick Shootout 5: Oro Cubano Churchill vs. Famous Dominican 4000 Churchill This is a showdown between two very similar sticks, the Oro Cubano Toro featuring a dark brown splotchy wrapper with imperfections, stretch marks, a lumpy appearance, lifting seams, sloppy cap extremely light pack and mild … Continue reading

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Don Elias Toro Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, September 27, 2012

[nggallery id=604]   Don Elias Toro Cigar Review This 6×52 stick features a flawed, stretched wrapper with medium veins, uneven visible seams, sloppy double cap, an uneven spongy pack and mild sweet musty aroma. First light reveals

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Corona Cigar Company 10th Anniversary Tres Capas Phatt Belly Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, August 16, 2012

[nggallery id=580]   Corona Cigar Company 10th Anniversary Tres Capas Phatt Belly Cigar Review This 6.5×52 torpedo stick features three wrappers in a barberpole spiral with a connecticut, maduro and candella sections. With just some small veins from the binder showing through, the wrappers are smooth, very evenly applied, it … Continue reading

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Padilla Cazadores Toro Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, May 19, 2012

[nggallery id=522] Padilla Cazadores Toro Cigar Review This 6×50 stick features a dark brown smooth and soft wrapper with minimal veins, tight invisible seams, triple cap, light firm pack and rich chocolate and hay aroma. First light reveals

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Gurkha Royal Challenge Robusto Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, February 17, 2012

[nggallery id=460]   Gurkha Royal Challenge Robusto Cigar Review This 5×50 cigar features a smooth tan wrapper with minimal veins, tight seams, double cap, soft even firm pack and faint hay and grass aroma. ¬†First light reveals

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Label Your Cigar Gran Toro Habano Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, June 12, 2011

[nggallery id=331]   Label Your Cigar Gran Toro Habano Cigar Review This 7×58 stick offers a dark tan thin wrapper with small and medium veins, some stretching and lumps, good tight seams and a triple cap with a strong barnyard aroma. First light reveals

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P. Benitez Lancero Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, June 10, 2011

[nggallery id=330] P. Benitez Lancero Cigar Review This 7.25×38 stick features a slightly lumpy medium tan wrapper with minimal veins, tight seams a pigtail cap and slight soapy, peppery aroma. First light reveals tons of thick creamy rich oily medium bodied smoke with flavors of

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Quesada Espana Short Robusto Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, May 28, 2011

[nggallery id=323]   Quesada Espana Short Robusto Cigar Review This little 4×50 cigar offers a firm medium tan wrapper with a slight oil sheen, bit of lumpiness, minimal veins, tight seams, triple cap and a milk chocolate aroma. First light reveals an effortless draw with tons of rich medium-full bodied … Continue reading

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Urbano Corojo Churchill Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, April 5, 2011

[nggallery id=299] Urbano Corojo Churchill Cigar Review This 6 7/8×48 stick offers a dark brown hearty, oily wrapper with a few imperfections, small veins, tight seams and a good looking double cap. The aroma is rich tobacco with a little bit of pepper and the texture is soft and velvety. … Continue reading

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Monte Pascoal Belicoso Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, January 22, 2011

[nggallery id=261] Monte Pascoal Belicoso Cigar Review This 5.5×52 torpedo sized stick offers a dark tan wrapper with a slight red hue, small and medium veins, some surface spots and flaws, invisible seams and firm even construction. It puts off a rich soft tobacco aroma and has a light heft. … Continue reading

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The Football Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, September 24, 2009

[nggallery id=99] The Football Cigar Review This stick, about 4 1/2″ long and 60 or so around in the widest section, proved to be a novelty item. I didn’t know what to expect from it, simply because it was obviously a novelty cigar. On one had it might just be … Continue reading

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