AVO Lounge Cigar Toro Cigar Review This 6×50 stick offers a medium brown lumpy and firm wrapper with minimal veins, invisible seams a triple cap and a rich oily tobacco aroma. First light reveals a
Bucanero Salsa Cigar Review This 6×54 stick comes wrapped in a toothy, firm dark brown leaf showing a slight red hue, minimal veins and clean seams with a soft box press. The aroma is an oily, slightly sweet tobacco, a perfect humidor smell. First light reveals
Corona Cigar Company Gold Series Connecticut Churchill Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, March 19, 2010
Corona Cigar Company Gold Series Connecticut Churchill Cigar Review This 7×50 light tan stick offers a buttery soft, oily connecticut wrapper with tiny veins and invisible seams, with a faint aroma of sweet hay. First light reveals a very tight draw, minimal smoke production with a light, mild tobacco and … Continue reading →
Corona Nicaraguan Selection 10th Anniversary Robusto Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, March 12, 2010
Corona Nicaraguan Selection 10th Anniversary Robusto Cigar Review This 5×50 stick offers a dark tan, firmly packed wrapper showing minimal veins and tight seams with a large double cap. The aroma is a mellow tobacco smell, reminiscent of the ‘perfect humidor’. Starting off it gives out huge volumes of smoke … Continue reading →
Padron Delicias Maduro Cigar Review This petite stick coming in at 4 7/8×46 offers a dark brown, very toothy and rugged wrapper with firm, crunch construction, some medium veins and an uneven handmade appearance. The aroma is a faint peppery tobacco with a hint of sweetness. First light reveals
Xerez Corona Cigar Review This 5.5×44 bundle stick offers a medium chocolate wrapper with a soft spongy feel and many blemishes. Definitely not a premium stick but an average looking $1.xx cheap stick. Burn was very fast, the cherry moving quickly with each draw and the whole smoke lasting just … Continue reading →
Cheap Stick Shootout 2 Cigar Review This is the 2nd Cheap Stick Shootout – today we have the Thompson Empresario Maduro Churchill vs. the Perfect Cut Corona Tubos. The Empresario comes in at 7×48, the Perfect Cut at 5.5×42. Both are a mild-medium cigar, the Empresario being a traditional long … Continue reading →
First 1/2 was all leather with a spice at the end of the short finish. Second 1/2 the leather turned to roasted nuts. Medium body, light smoke, light pack – fast smoke, 45 min. Excellent draw and burn. 6.2×52 Torpedo.
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