Tag: $6 Cigars

Cigar Review: Drew Estate Nica Rustica Adobe Robusto

Initial Thoughts Not every cigar is beautiful. Some cigars are “rustic,” and some have a closed foot or a pigtail tip. Others, like the Drew Estate Nica Rustica Adobe, are smooth and sexy. And, as in the case of the Adobe, cost less than you might think. The Drew Estate Nica Rustica Adobe is a Read more…

Cigar Review: Xhaxhi Bobi Unreleased

Initial Thoughts: Today we continue our series of blind cigar reviews, where our goal is to provide you with a totally objective, completely neutral review of a cigar. Ellory went into this review completely blind; that means without knowing what it is, who made it, how much it costs, or what’s in it. To see Read more…

Cigar Review: Illusione Rothschildes

Initial Thoughts: Over the years, I’ve had mixed reviews of Illusione cigars. But when I did the unboxing video of CigarClub’s July 2021 box, multiple people told me I needed to review today’s cigar, the Illusione Rothschildes. So, here we go! First off, the Illusione Rothschildes is a good-looking cigar. Although it’s fairly short, it Read more…

Cigar Review: Kristoff Habano Corona

Initial Thoughts: Right off the bat, I noticed an intoxicating aroma coming off the Kristoff Habano Corona. While I don’t think we’ve reviewed a Kristoff cigar before, we have smoked them in the past, even if it’s not a brand we pick up often. Today’s cigar is the Kristoff Habano Corona, and after pulling the Read more…

Cigar Review: Alec Bradley 1633 Connecticut Robusto

Initial Thoughts: Other than having an incredibly long name (the full name is the Alec Bradley 1633 Connecticut First Crop Robusto), I know next to nothing about today’s cigar. That said, once I took the Alec Bradley 1633 Connecticut Robusto out of its cellophane, I was greeted with a pleasant aroma. After punching the end, Read more…

Cigar Review: AJ Fernandez Last Call Habano Geniales

Initial Thoughts: After trying the Last Call Maduro, I knew I also wanted to try the AJ Fernandez Last Call Habano. This cigar just looks great! The Last Call Habano comes from the AJ Fernandez factory in Nicaragua. It’s short and stout, and it’s a great-looking cigar. Compared to the Maduro, the Habano has a medium-brown Read more…

Cigar Review: AJ Fernandez Last Call Maduro Geniales

Initial Thoughts: Sometimes a cigar sounds great, but you don’t have a lot of time. That’s the situation I found myself in the other day when I first found the AJ Fernandez Last Call Maduro. I didn’t have my order of CigarScore hoodies in yet, so I didn’t have warm clothes for smoking in. So, I Read more…

Cigar Review: Charter Oak Connecticut Natural Toro by Foundation Cigar Co.

Initial Thoughts: The Charter Oak Connecticut marks the beginning of my search for the perfect breakfast cigar. While I used to shy away from adding a cigar to my morning coffee routine, I’ve slowly come around to the idea that the two might go well together. So, today, I’m lighting up the Charter Oak Connecticut Natural Read more…

Cigar Review: Charter Oak Maduro Toro by Foundation Cigar Co.

Initial Thoughts: When I first picked up the Charter Oak Maduro by Foundation Cigar Co., I noticed two things. First, I noticed the coarse Connecticut broadleaf wrapper. Second, I saw the un-cut foot, something I don’t mind and something that often makes a cigar easier to light. The Charter Oak is like a lower-end version of Read more…

Cigar Review: La Flor Dominicana Double Ligero Firecracker

Initial Thoughts: I’m not gonna lie, when I had the chance to smoke a three-inch, double ligero, limited edition cigar, I got excited. It’s been a while since my last La Flor Dominicana, but I remember them fondly. The La Flor Dominicana Double Ligero Firecracker is a short cigar with a long pigtail that wraps under Read more…