Republic Silver Label Toro Cigar Review This 6×52 stick features a dark tan wrapper with a firm even pack, small veins, tight invisible seams, a few stretch marks and discolorations, a sloppy double cap with a rich bitter wood aroma. First light reveals
EDIT – I goofed and did this one already in March, but it’ll be interesting to see how the two compare! H. Upmann Legacy Toro Cigar Review This 6×52 stick features a butter,y oily, glove soft dark brown wrapper with small veins, tight seams, large double cap, dense firm pack … Continue reading →
Tatuaje The Mummy Cigar Review This 7.75×48 stick features a dark brown slightly mottled wrapper with a soft dry feel, even spongy pack, a couple medium veins, tight seams, triple cap, closed foot and rich cedar aroma. First light reveals
Warlock Toro Cigar Review This 6×54 stick features a dark brown very oily and slick wrapper with minimal veins, tight invisible seams, a few blemishes and spots, extremely firm even pack, double cap and mild barnyard and sweet hay aroma. First light reveals
La Caya II Habano Churchill Cigar Review This 7×50 stick features a tan wrapper with many imperfections, stretch marks, splotches and lumps. A very uneven roll, minimal veins, tight seams and a smooth dry paper feel with a faint grassy aroma. First light reveals
Cremo Cigars Toro Cigar Review This 6×50 stick features a dark tan wrapper with a couple medium veins, tight but slightly ragged seams, a firm even pack, triple cap, dry velvet texture and a rich paper like aroma. First light reveals a snug draw putting out a good amount … Continue reading →
Falto Reserva Especial Tres Luises (Petit Belicoso) Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, September 27, 2011
Falto Reserva Especial Tres Luises (Petit Belicoso) Cigar Review This 5×52 belicoso features a dark brown slightly toothy wrapper with a very firm pack, small veins, tight seams and a potent hay and barnyard aroma. First light reveals a perfect draw with tons of rich thick effortless smoke putting … Continue reading →
Quesada Espana Short Robusto Cigar Review This little 4×50 cigar offers a firm medium tan wrapper with a slight oil sheen, bit of lumpiness, minimal veins, tight seams, triple cap and a milk chocolate aroma. First light reveals an effortless draw with tons of rich medium-full bodied smoke giving … Continue reading →
This 6.5×52 torpedo stick offered a silky smooth natural wrapper, giving tons of smooth rich smoke at every draw. Draw was loose but worked perfectly, with an almost razor sharp burn all the way down. Smoke time to the band was 2 hours, very impressive for a $5 stick! Body … Continue reading →
This 6.5×52 stick offered a great amount of thick, rich smoke with a perfect draw and very good burn, lasting almost 2 hours! Flavors were a medium-full bodied combination of creamy smooth wood, tobacco and nuts in the last third, with a good pepper kick through the first half. The … Continue reading →
This 5×55 maduro wrapped stick offered quite the punch, considering it’s a Montecristo! Flavors were extremely consistant and simple from start to finish offering a deep smooth wood, with a hint of nuts nearer the end. A slight oil was left on the lips, and it had a nice pepper … Continue reading →
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