Hailing from Cuba, HVC (Havana City) Cigars takes us through their lines!
Hoyo de Monterrey Epicure No. 2 Cigar Review This 4.8×50 stick hails from Cuba, offering a dark brown satin wrapper with minimal veins, tight seams, a firm even construction and soft tobacco aroma. First light reveals
Ramon Allones Specially Selected Cigar Review This 4 7/8×50 cigar hails from Cuba, wrapped in a medium brown satin wrapper with minimal veins, invisible seams, a soft tobacco aroma and a slight box press with rounded corners. It has a very soft squishy feel with random soft spots throughout. First … Continue reading →
Cohiba Maduro 5 Secretos Cigar Review This 4.3×40 maduro stick hails from Cuba. Thus this review is more of a free information look and comparison, since most of my viewers will not be able to buy these. The wrapper is dark brown with a firm thick feel, an uneven handmade … Continue reading →
CONTEST CLOSED Reyes Family Cigars is sponsoring our latest contest and has an AWESOME set of prize packs waiting for you! Up for grabs for the 1st place winner are two boxes of cigars: The Cuba Aliados Miami Toro (reviewed here) and the Reyes Family Perfecto. To the 2nd place … Continue reading →
Camacho Pre-Embargo Cigar Review This 6×48 stick is derived from actual decades old pre-embargo tobacco from Cuba. Offering a medium chocolate wrapper with a spongy feel, closed foot and pigtail cap it shows minimal veins and good clean seams. With a burn time of only 1 hour, it imparts a … Continue reading →
La Aroma De Cuba Edicion Especial Lancero Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, December 18, 2009
La Aroma De Cuba Edicion Especial Lancero Cigar Review This 7.5×38 medium tan stick offers a smooth almost seamless wrapper with a triple cap and very small veins with firm construction. Overall a medium body stick it packs a medium-full power kick, giving a slight buzz about 1/2 way through. … Continue reading →
La Aroma De Cuba New Blend Monarch Cigar Review This 6×52 stick offered a very smooth satin medium chocolate wrapper with a nice aroma of dusty cocoa. Draw started out very firm but gradually went down to a very nice amount of resistance as the stick burned. Total burn time … Continue reading →
EDIT – WINNER HAS BEEN SELECTED OK, this will be the third try at a simple photo contest – but no voting this time! Entry is simple – leave a comment on this post with a link to a picture of YOU blowing a smoke ring. Yup, I’m making you … Continue reading →
Cuba Aliados Miami Edition Toro Viejo Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, September 23, 2009
Cuba Aliados Miami Edition Toro Viejo Cigar Review This 6×53 stick offered a medium body experience, giving flavors of smooth hay and nuts with a clean finish. light pepper notes with a touch of spice came well after the draw and last about a minute. Burn time to the band … Continue reading →
This is a min-review for a mini-cigar! I intentionally didn’t bother with a video of this stick, never intending a review, because every single mini cigar I have had was quite frankly garbage. They burned short and hot, had one-dimensional flavors, and got harsh and nasty after 10 min. I … Continue reading →
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