Perdomo Grand Cru Toro Corojo Cigar Review This 6×50 stick offered a medium chocolate brown wrapper with striations and a very soft silky texture with an aged tobacco aromas. Burn was good all the way down and the draw was pretty free with just a touch of resistance. It produced … Continue reading
Don Pepin Garcia ‘Blue’ Generosos Cigar Review This 6×50 milk chocolate stick offered a slightly toothy but satiny wrapper, with a firm and slightly bumpy construction. Burn was almost razor sharp and the draw was absolutely perfect. Total burn time to the nub was 1:15 where it got hot for … Continue reading →
Berger & Argenti Clasico Belicoso Cigar Review This 5.75×50 stick offered a tan, textured but firm wrapper, with a nice tobacco aroma. Total burn time was 1:45 just past the band point, and it was almost razor sharp all the way down. The ash was light grey and white, holding … Continue reading →
Ashton Heritage Churchill Cigar Review This 6.75×48 stick offered an extremely smooth, smoke-rich experience. Burn and draw were flawless all the way down, absolutely perfect. Body was pushing medium most of the time with very smooth and pronounced flavors of
Reyes Family Cigars Premier Gordo Cigar Review This 6×60 double tapered stick is unique in that both ends are open, making the cut completely unnecessary. Luckily they designed it just right, and both the burn and draw were very good right from the start with no issues. Draw was actually … Continue reading →
Gran Habano 3 Siglos Torpedo Cigar Review This 6.1×56 dark chocolate stick offered a medium body experience with somewhat muted flavors. The wrapper and binder both had very pronounced veins giving one minor burn problem that required an early touch up. The remainder of the burn was not perfect but … Continue reading →
Pinar Del Rio Seleccion Reserva Limitada Torpedo Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, September 30, 2009
Pinar Del Rio Seleccion Reserva Limitada Torpedo Cigar Review This 6×52 torpedo stick offers a mottled milk and dark chocolate appearance with a smooth satin wrapper and firm construction. Burn was very good not needing any attention, with a perfect draw for easy puffs. The smoke was rich and chewy … Continue reading →
Ashton VSG Robusto Cigar Review This 5.5 x 50 offered a notably smooth medium-full experience with a mix of several prominent flavors. The first 1/2 brought a bit of sweet tobacco and leather with the last bringing cocoa and leather with a touch of oil. The finish was very consistent … Continue reading →
Berger & Argenti Entubar Robusto Cigar Review This 5 1/4 x 54 stick offered a very consistent flavor profile of deep rich tobacco flavor with touches of leather in the first 1/2 and a bit of barnyard appearing through the second. The finish was very long with a mild pepper … Continue reading →
The Football Cigar Review This stick, about 4 1/2″ long and 60 or so around in the widest section, proved to be a novelty item. I didn’t know what to expect from it, simply because it was obviously a novelty cigar. On one had it might just be produced for … 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 →
Pinar Del Rio Sungrown Lancero Cigar Review This 7.25×38 stick packed a whollup of spice through the first two thirds, that only calmed down at the end. I have had buffalo wings with less heat than this put off on my lips and tongue at the start! Besides the hot … Continue reading →
Arturo Fuente Don Carlos #3 Cigar Review This 5.5×44 stick offered a medium body but medium-full strength experience. Burn was excellent, draw was on the firm side and excellent all the way down. Flavors were simple, offering
Pinar Del Rio Oscuro Torpedo Cigar Review This oily wrapped dark chocolate 6.5×52 stick offers a sweet tobacco aroma that is equally matched in it’s flavor profile. The first 1/2 was sweet mellow tobacco with a good little pepper and spice finish from the draw through the long finish. Starting … Continue reading →
A medium-full bodied rich and smooth smoke. Overall flavor profile was nutty, slightly sweet with a hint of leather and mild pepper on the short finish. Long smoke, 1 1/2 hours. Excellent burn and draw.
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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