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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: E.P. Carrillo La Historia Rothschild

Initial Thoughts: Some cigar makers I like. Other cigar makers… well, let’s just say I don’t love their signature sauce. So, when it’s time to review cigars like today’s, the E.P. Carrillo La Historia Rothschild, I approach the review with open eyes, a clean palate, and cautious optimism. The first thing you’ll notice with just […]

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Cigar Review: Camacho American Barrel Aged Robusto

Initial Thoughts: Camacho is no stranger to CigarScore. In fact, the Camacho Connecticut is one of our favorite cigars to pair with coffee. So, when I had the chance to grab a Camacho sampler on Cigar Monster and get today’s cigar with it, I was super-stoked! Today we’re smoking and reviewing the Camacho American Barrel […]

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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, […]

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Cigar Review: Arturo Fuente 858 Flor Fina

Initial Thoughts: When I think about common, basic, average, or typical cigars, I often think about today’s cigar, the Arturo Fuente 858 Flor Fina. Diving into the cigar, after punching the end, I got flavors reminiscent of Chinese food on the cold draw. However, once I lit the Arturo Fuente 858 the draw was perfect […]

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Cigar Review: Rodriguez Series 84 Natural Gran Toro

Initial Thoughts: One of the reasons I love cigar subscription clubs is that I get to try cigars I might not get to try otherwise. So, when CigarClub.com sent me the Rodriguez Series 84 (reviewed here), I was optimistic. And, when they sent me today’s cigar a few months later, I was super-excited. Today we’re […]

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Cigar Review: Serino Wayfarer Corona Gorda

Initial Thoughts: People often get into a groove. They find what they like, they stick to it, and they rarely deviate from that point of view. Well, today’s cigar might shift my point of view about my preferred size of cigar. A few months ago, Good Cigar Co sent me the Serino Wayfarer Corona Gorda, […]

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Cigar Review: Davidoff Back2Back Nicaragua Sixty

Initial Thoughts: Today’s cigar review is of a cigar I’ve had before, sort of. Whereas the first round I smoked the Connecticut, this time I’m smoking a maduro of sorts. Back in March of 2020, we published a review of the Davidoff Back2Back Connecticut. Spoiler alert, we gave it a CigarScore 3. However, knowing I wanted […]

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Cigar Review: Cavalier Geneve White Series Diplomate Robusto

Initial Thoughts: Sometimes you want a great cigar to pair with coffee. And that’s just what happened when this Cavalier Geneve White Series Diplomate Robusto showed up from CigarClub.com. Today’s cigar comes from Cavalier Geneve, a cigar brand you’ll recognize by the thin, diamond-shaped strip of gold they stick near the label on each of their cigars. […]

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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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