[nggallery id=482] Blanco Connecticut Toro Cigar Review This 6×52 stick features a smooth, oily tan wrapper with minimal veins, tight invisible seams, soft even construction, triple cap and a rich hay aroma. First light reveals
Victor Sinclair 10th Aniversario Toro Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, July 29, 2010
[nggallery id=223] Victor Sinclair 10th Aniversario Toro Cigar Review This 5.7×54 stick offers a cedar sleeve, tight firm construction, an oily dark brown soft satin wrapper with a slightly peppery tobacco aroma. First light reveals a slightly firm draw, good rich smoke production, a mild-medium body of a smooth creamy … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=196] Graycliff G2 Presidente Cigar Review This 7×48 stick has a light tan smooth wrapper with a tight sponginess like a firmly inflated balloon. It is practically devoid of veins and near seamless. The aroma is a smooth slightly peppery tobacco. First light reveals
Corona Cigar Company Gold Series Connecticut Churchill Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, March 19, 2010
[nggallery id=178] 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 … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=151] Perdomo Grand Cru Maduro Torpedo Cigar Review This 6×54 dark chocolate stick offered a satin wrapper with minimal veins and nice tight construction. Draw was perfect producing lots of thick and rich smoke with minimal effort. Body was medium-full giving smooth dry flavors of deep tobacco, sweet earthy … Continue reading →
Sir Vin Cigars Premium Royale Silver Lance Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, December 2, 2009
[nggallery id=132] Sir Vin Cigars Premium Royale Silver Lance Cigar Review This 6×50 box press double maduro stick offers a butter smooth dark chocolate wrapper with a very firm press and double cap. Total burn time to the nub was 1:20 with a perfect draw and almost razor sharp line. … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=130] Piano Fuerte Sonata Torpedo Cigar Review This 6.5×54 stick offered a thin light tan wrapper with a firm wrap and a wrinkled wet look. Draw was on the loose side but produced a very good amount of smoke, more so in the last half. Burn was very good … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=78] This 6.5×50 torpedo stick had a very soft supple wrapper showing the underlying leaves. Burn and draw were both excellent, with perfect performance all the way down. Flavors started out mild and grassy, progressing to a smooth creamy nutty flavor. Body was mild-medium with a very clean short … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=63] This 6×52 stick offered a mild experience with little smoke and commanding frequent puffs for proper performance. It had a couple minor burn issues needing touch-up, but was ok other than that. Draw was on the firm side and flavors were very simple and consistent. On the draw … Continue reading →
Overall a medium-full bodied 5.5×5 smoke that took 1/2 the stick to develop it’s flavors. The mouthfeel and amount of smoke steadily increased to the 2nd 3rd producing a creamy textured nutty flavor with a hint of pepper on the extremely short finish. A simple smoke with a good kick. … Continue reading →
La Perla Habana Black Pearl Classic Toro Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, May 15, 2009
[nggallery id=37] This 6×50 stick offered an excellent burn and draw, giving a medium bodied nutty flavor, complimented by touches of leather and hazelnut in the first 1/2. A fast burner, it finished at the band in 45 min after starting to get warm.
[nggallery id=31] A rich, creamy texured cool 6.5×52 smoke, producing a smooth toasty nutty flavor with a hint of cream and sweetness and a short finish with some good pepper at some points. Good burn, very good draw – on the firmer side for a Rocky, on par with other … Continue reading →
This little stogie was a treat! Ã‚Â It offers a medium-full bodied smooth smoke, giving off a semi-sweet chocolate and dry nutty flavor with a clean short finish. Ã‚Â The burn was excellent, while the draw was extremely loose. Ã‚Â You really have to watch your puffs! Ã‚Â It is a small lightly packed … Continue reading →
A large 7.2×49 stick that offered good promise from the start with a strong medium-full bodied leather flavor and great pepper zing, followed by a long pepper and spice finish. By the 2nd half it mellowed to medium losing the leather and most of the spice bringing a smooth nutty … Continue reading →
A medium-full bodied smoke with a rich, oily mouthfeel. Really nice nutty flavor with a touch of spice on the clean short finish. Minor burn issues that corrected themselves. Excellent blend of flavors that played off each other perfectly! [nggallery id=26]
[nggallery id=15] Very heavy draw, little smoke. Mild flavor giving slight woody notes with a touch of pepper during the first 1/2, changing to a slightly nutty flavor during the second. Great burn, slow smoke, 1 hour stick. 6×50.
[nggallery id=13] A mild to medium smoke with a very dense pack and hard draw. Slight burn issues in the center. Overall a toasty nutty flavor with dried fruit undertones, leaving a slightly oily peppery finish. Fast smoke, 45 min. 6×50.
Alec Bradley Tempus Imperator Torpedo Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, April 11, 2009
[nggallery id=12] Started with a slightly nutty flavor with a small kick of spice at the end of the short finish. Flavor changed to cocoa and toasty nuts, with a hint of fruit and oil on the lips. Medium body, light smoke. Good burn, good draw on the light side. … Continue reading →
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