[nggallery id=180] Augusto Reyes Maduro Belicoso Cigar Review This 6.5×54 dark chocolate wrapped stick offered a fuzzy, very toothy firm feel with a rich oily cocoa aroma. First light reveals a
[nggallery id=161] Victor Sinclair Triple Corojo Toro Cigar Review This 6×50 medium tan stick offers a soft satin wrapper with minimal veins and very smooth seams with a triple cap. Body started medium-full pulling down to a medium by the 2nd third. Strength slowly built up to full by the … Continue reading →
Padilla Signature 1932 Limitada Oscuro Salomon Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, February 8, 2010
[nggallery id=160] Padilla Signature 1932 Limitada Oscuro Salomon Cigar Review This 7.2×59 figurado features a dark chocolate, oily, slightly toothy wrapper with minimal veins and invisible seams. Draw was perfect with just the right amount of resistance for effortless control. Body was medium-full giving rich,
[nggallery id=157] Gurkha Centurion Cigar Review This 6×60 dark chocolate wrapped perfecto offers a draw on the firm side, and 5 inches of normal burn after getting past and clipping the tapered ends. Showing several transitions, flavors included a creamy buttery leather,
[nggallery id=155] Padilla Dominus Robusto Cigar Review This 5×50 stick offered a medium chocolate wrapper with minimal veins, a very soft silky feel and a floral aroma. Body was medium-full giving rich smooth flavors all the way down with a good bit of power, but never overwhelming. Total burn time … Continue reading →
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