[nggallery id=613] Corona Cigar Company 10th Anniversary Tres Capas Double Phatt Cigar Review This 6×54 stick features a unique blending of three wrappers, a Connecticut, a maduro and a candela, all spiraled and designed up and down the cigar. Overall it has a firm even pack, a dry paper … Continue reading
Corona Cigar Company 10th Anniversary Tres Capas Double Phatt Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, October 15, 2012
[nggallery id=116] Piano Fuerte Bravo Toro Cigar Review This 6×52 stick offered a dark, toothy, oily wrapper with a firm satin feel and sweet tobacco aroma. Overall body was medium, with the first half being a little lighter. Smoke was a bit light till the 1/2 way point at which … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=115] San Cristobal Lancero Cigar Review This 7.5×38 stick offered an excellent burn and great draw, slightly on the firm side with just the right amount of resistance all the way down. Flavors were rich, intense and bold – yet utterly smooth and never more than medium bodied. Several … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=114] Man ‘O War Toro Cigar Review This 6.5 x52 dark chocolate stick offered a toothy, thick firm wrapper giving tons of rich creamy smoke. Burn was very good, draw was on the loose side with good resistance. Flavors were
[nggallery id=110] Ashton Classic 898 Cigar Review This 6.5×44 stick offers a light tan wrapper with small veins and a thin slightly soft wrapper. The flavor profile was very complex with changes happening every few minutes to the band point. Total burn time to the band was 1:15 where it … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=96] Pinar Del Rio Sungrown Lancero Cigar Review This 7.25×38 stick packed a whollup of spice through the first two thirds, that only calmed down at the end. I have had buffalo wings with less heat than this put off on my lips and tongue at the start! Besides … Continue reading →
Rocky Patel Olde World Reserve Maduro Toro Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, July 31, 2009
[nggallery id=72] This 6.5×52 box pressed stick offered a silky smooth wrapper with perfect construction. Draw was loose, typical for a Rocky. Burn was excellent all the way down, also typical. Flavors changed in distinct sections, offering combinations of leather, spice, coffee, cocoa, oils, nuts and earthiness. Medium-full bodied overall, … Continue reading →
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