[nggallery id=269] Rumba Torpedo Cigar Review This 6×54 stick offers a dry soft tan wrapper with minimal veins, invisible seams, a very thin wrapper and a soft wrap and pack with spongy spots here and there. First light reveals an extremely loose draw, tons of medium bodied smoke with flavors … Continue reading
Rumba Torpedo Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, February 8, 2011
Puros Indios Viejo Presidente Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, December 16, 2009
[nggallery id=136] Puros Indios Viejo Presidente Cigar Review This 7×48 stick offered a dark tam wrapper showing a fairly firm wrap and lots of texture to the leaf. The burn had several points that needed touchups, but by the last third it calmed down and was pretty straight on it’s … Continue reading →
Piano Fuerte Sonata Torpedo Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, November 27, 2009
[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 →
Ashton Aged Maduro #40 Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, November 11, 2009
[nggallery id=120] Ashton Aged Maduro #40 Cigar Review This 6×60 stick offered a very dark, firm satin wrapper with a lot of texture like shrink wrap. Medium bodied overall, flavors were typical of a maduro stick at most points with the addition of being extra smooth and light. Creamy sweet … Continue reading →
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