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Cigars earning a CigarScore 3 are fair, but not special. These cigars are ones I’d smoke again, but only if I couldn’t find one of my other “go-to” smokes.

Cigar Review: El Septimo Gilgamesh Aqua Anu

Initial Thoughts: Some cigars don’t have much of a smell to them. Other cigars, like today’s Gilgamesh by El Septimo, have such an amazing aroma that you just have to smoke them, lest your taste buds be forever jealous of your nostrils. After punching through one of the hardest end caps I’ve ever had, the cold […]

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Cigar Review: Padilla Series 1968 Black Bear Torpedo

Initial Thoughts: If you’ve never heard of Padilla cigars, welcome to the club. Before last year, I’d never heard of the brand that has actually been around and making cigars since 2013. The Padilla Series 1968 Black Bear Torpedo smells a little green at the onset. After cutting the end, the cold draw flavors were those […]

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Cigar Review: RoMa Craft Intemperance Whiskey Rebellion 1794 Bradford

Initial Thoughts: While I don’t love all RoMa Craft Tobac’s cigars, I can’t deny the fact that they’re always well made with a lot of attention to detail. And, with that said, there are some RoMa Craft cigars that I absolutely love, like the Intemperance EC XVIII series. RoMa Craft makes a variety of cigars, most […]

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Cigar Review: The K by Karen Berger Habano Box Pressed Robusto

Initial Thoughts: Today’s cigar is the K by Karen Berger Habano Box Pressed Robusto. This cigar is short, stocky, and beautifully box-pressed. The wrapper on the cigar is light and a little dry (though not under-humidified). After lighting the cigar, there were light notes of cinnamon and leather. And, even with only a few small holes […]

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Cigar Review: Perdomo Factory Tour Blend Maduro Churchill

Initial Thoughts: Before releasing in the United States, the Perdomo Factory Tour Blend was previously only available at the Perdomo factory in Nicaragua after you finished, you guessed it, the factory tour. However, the cigar was so successful for the brand that Nick Perdomo and his team decided to bring the cigar to market. So, after […]

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Cigar Review: Atabey Idolos

Initial Thoughts: As soon as I took the Atabey Idolos out of the cellophane, I noticed two things. First, it’s a tiny cigar. Second, it smells fantastic. Regarding the rest of the cigar, after using my guillotine cutter, the draw was just about perfect. On the cold draw, there was a recognizable taste that my palate […]

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Cigar Review: Sinistro Honor Among Thieves Scala

Initial Thoughts: The last cigar I had from Sinistro, The Last Cowboy, was one I called “perhaps the ugliest cigar ever made.” Well, today, with Honor Among Thieves, it looks like Sinistro took my comment not as a rebuke or even a criticism, but as a challenge. This cigar is bastard-ugly. With a shaggy foot and […]

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