[nggallery id=821] S.T. Dupont MaxiJet Cigar Lighter Review This stunning automotive grade black laquered single torch lighter features a rock solid all metal construction with a single button for actuation. Upon pressing the side lever action button, a two door top plate reveals
[nggallery id=320] Nica Libre Potencia Churchill Extra Cigar Review This 7×52 cigar sports an oily velvet dark brown sungrown wrapper with a slight red hue, triple cap, minimal veins, smooth tight seams and rich sweet earth aroma. First light reveals
[nggallery id=297] Di Fazio Connecticut Churchill Cigar Review This 7.5×50 stick comes wrapped in a very dry and soft squishy light tan leaf, with minimal veins, invisible seams and a slightly soapy aroma. First light reveals a perfect draw giving medium bodied flavors of a rich creamy oily wood, with … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=278] My Father Le Bijou 1922 Toro Cigar Review This 6×52 stick offers a dark chocolate oily wrapper with small veins, invisible seams, a very even crushed velvet texture with a slight spongy give and a rich oily chocolaty tobacco aroma. First light revels
[nggallery id=262] SWAG Infamous Cigar Review This 6×54 stick offers a soft dark brown wrapper with minimal veins, good seams, a very firm tight construction and a few patches, with an even double cap, putting off a slight barnyard aroma. First light reveals a very easy draw, minimal smoke production … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=219] Joyas De Panama Torpedo Cigar Review This 6.5×53 stick offers a medium brown dry wrapper with tight seams, a smooth firm feel and minimal veins with a slight barnyard aroma. First light reveals very smooth and creamy slightly sweet tobacco, a perfect draw and plenty of rich smoke. … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=158] Macanudo Maduro Diplomat Cigar Review This 4.5×60 perfecto offers a very oily dark chocolate wrapper with very firm construction, minimal veins and a very small cap & shoulder that gave me a bit of trouble cutting as far as unraveling. Draw was very firm, almost plugged, offering little … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=81] This 6.5×54 stick offered a loose bound foot with no wrapper on the last inch or so, and came in a cedar sleeve. It gave some interesting flavors directly after the light, with a very loose draw that came up to a normal resistance once the burn point … Continue reading →
Cuban Crafters Cabinet Selection Chairman Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, June 29, 2009
This large 6×60 stick offered rugged construction with minor burn issues needing a couple touch-ups giving lots of smooth smoke and a good draw slighly on the loose side. It was mild-medium at most, offering wood flavors with a touch of nuts and sweetness at a few points, with a … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=48] This very nice box pressed 6×50 dark chocolate stick offered a great light tobacco pre-light aroma. The flavors changed constantly to the 1/2 way point, offering woodiness, nuts, cream flavor and texture. A slight pepper heat was present on the top of
This dense, pressed 5×56 stick offers a nice blend of flavors, comprised of a chocolate nuttiness with a touch of pepper on the draw and short finish. The draw is on the firm side, and it needed quick double puffs to get any smoke and flavor out. It had burn … 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 →
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