[nggallery id=557] Partagas 1845 Double Corona Cigar Review This 7.25×54 stick features a rustic, thick and lumpy dark brown wrapper with a slight tooth, slight oil sheen, small and medium veins, visible seams, double car and a rich chocolate and wood aroma. First light reveals
Partagas 1845 Double Corona Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, July 17, 2012
Blanco Cigars Nine Double Corona Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, April 15, 2012
[nggallery id=496] Blanco Cigars Nine Double Corona Cigar Review This 7×52 stick features a rich milk chocolate slightly lumpy handrolled wrapper with a couple small veins, tight invisible seams, even slightly spongy pack, double cap and rich barnyard aroma. First light reveals
Label Your Cigar Habano Double Corona Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, March 7, 2011
[nggallery id=289] 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 … Continue reading →
Piano Fuerte Sonata Double Corona Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, October 26, 2009
[nggallery id=113] Piano Fuerte Sonata Double Corona Cigar Review This 6×60 stick from Piano Fuerte came in a light tan wrapper with good firm construction and a smooth finish. Lasting just over an hour, it offered a fairly plain flavor profile but with a few good distinct transitions. Flavors included
5 Vegas Classic Double Corona Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, April 22, 2009
[nggallery id=21] A medium bodied 6×52 smoke with an excellent draw and burn. Producing a rough woody first 3rd with a good pepper kick, moving to a much smoother nutty, woody and slightly caramel flavor for the last 1/2 with a touch of pepper on the short finish. 1 hour, … Continue reading →
5 Vegas Gold #1 Double Corona Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, March 24, 2009
[nggallery id=4] A fast burner, this provided a fairly sweet, oily burn with a hint of nuts and a dry toasty finish. Pepper gave it a kick in the start, disappearing after the first half. Mild-medium bodied, great draw.
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