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Cigars that cost about $15

Cigar Review: Hooten Young Gothic Serpent Toro SECOND CHANCE

Initial Thoughts: Today’s cigar is one I’ve smoked before. But this time, I’ve let the cigar age, marinate, rest – whatever you want to call it – for a year. And, now it’s time to give the Hooten Young Gothic Serpent a Second Chance Cigar Review! When I first reviewed the Hooten Young Gothic Serpent torpedo, […]

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Cigar Review: Mombacho Liga Maestro Gordo

Initial Thoughts: Today’s cigar comes from CigarClub.com and is from a brand I know nothing about, Mombacho Cigars. Today I’m reviewing the Mombacho Liga Maestro Gordo, a 5 x 54 cigar that’s got a Nicaraguan wrapper, binder, and filler. Smelling the cigar, I got lots of floral notes. After cutting the Mombacho Liga Maestro with my […]

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Cigar Review: Drew Estate Liga Privada H99 (2018)

Initial Thoughts: The first thing I noticed about the Drew Estate Liga Privada H99 Connecticut Corojo, after taking it out of its aged and yellowed cellophane, was its incredible aroma. The smells of cedar and mulch filled the air. The cold draw was perfect and I could taste flavors that were leafy, nutty, earthy, and woodsy. […]

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Cigar Review: Pappy Van Winkle Barrel Fermented Toro

Initial Thoughts: Soaked in, aged in, marinated in… whatever, the Pappy Van Winkle Barrel Fermented Toro is supposedly a partnership between Drew Estate and one of the most exclusive brands of bourbon in the world, Pappy Van Winkle. Over-hyped or my next great smoke – that’s what we’re here to find out! This Pappy Van Winkle cigar […]

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Cigar Review: Rocky Patel Vintage 1979 Robusto

Initial Thoughts: Before starting CigarScore TV, I had a love-love relationship with Rocky Patel cigars. However, after having a bad experience with the Rocky Patel Edge A-10 and the Aged, Limited and Rare Sixty (2018), I’ve got a more of a love-hate feeling toward the brand. With that said, today I’m smoking the Rocky Patel Vintage […]

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Cigar Review: Diamond Crown Julius Caesar Toro

Initial Thoughts: At $18.95, the Diamond Crown Julius Caesar Toro is the second most expensive I’ve ever purchased (#1 was a Cuban Cohiba). The wrapper shined, the filler tobacco was well packed, and the punch provided a slightly tight, but good draw. While smoking, I got an oily, delicious feeling in my mouth; I know, a […]

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Cigar Review: H. Upmann Churchill

Initial Thoughts: Cuban cigars are interesting; they’re usually very well made but, in general, they’re over-hyped. The H. Upmann Churchill was mild but very well made. The burn was consistent and pleasant, the build quality was practically perfect, and the flavors were light and smooth. CigarScore: Brand: H. Upmann Line: Cuban Size: 7 x 50 Cut: Punch […]

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