[nggallery id=227] La Gloria Cubana Artesanos De Tabaqueros Cigar Review This 6×50 stick offers dual wrappers and the band at the foot end marking the transition between the first and 2nd third with connecticut and sumatran wrappers. It has a mottled rustic apperance, with a couple large veins, several smaller … Continue reading
La Gloria Cubana Artesanos De Tabaqueros Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, August 19, 2010
Corona Cigar Company Gold Series Gorda Uncut Sungrown Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, January 29, 2010
[nggallery id=156] Corona Cigar Company Gold Series Gorda Uncut Sungrown Cigar Review This 7×52 shaggy foot stick offers a dark brown wrapper with a bit of oil, a satin finish and a very aromatic wrapper of sandalwood. The first two thirds were very mild with a light, airy smoke and … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=137] Old Henry Robusto Cigar Review This 5×50 stick offers a medium tan wrapper with firm construction and a triple cap, with a very pleasant sweet aroma. Flavors were fairly consistant for the first two thirds, showing a smooth, rich
[nggallery id=124] La Aroma De Cuba New Blend Monarch Cigar Review This 6×52 stick offered a very smooth satin medium chocolate wrapper with a nice aroma of dusty cocoa. Draw started out very firm but gradually went down to a very nice amount of resistance as the stick burned. Total … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=107] 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 … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=96] 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 … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=85] This 5.2×54 box pressed stick offered a medium body experience with mild woody flavors. Always buttery and creamy smooth, it offered a big pepper and spice kick on the finish during the first two thirds. The pepper calmed down from the band point back, offering just a clean … Continue reading →
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