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Cigars that earn a CigarScore 4 are great cigars, but, for some reason, don’t earn a CigarScore of 5. These are your daily, “go to” cigars that you could smoke for a year and never get bored. They’re smooth and flavorful, but, perhaps, not as tasty and complex as cigars that earn a 5.

Cigar Review: Boutique Blends La Boheme Poeta Toro

Initial Thoughts: Today’s cigar is one I’ve had before, but wasn’t able to review initially. However, after smoking the Boutique Blends La Boheme Poeta Toro the first time, I knew I wanted to review it and tell the world about this cigar. After all, the La Boheme reminds me of a cigar that costs three times […]

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Cigar Review: Black Works Studio Killer Bee Green Hornet Robusto

Initial Thoughts: Adding Candela leaf tobacco to any cigar is always a bold choice. But, that’s what Black Works Studio did in today’s cigar, the Green Hornet. The Black Works Studio Killer Bee Green Hornet Robusto is just slightly smaller than your traditional robusto. Both its smoking end and its foot have candela tobacco in them, […]

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Cigar Review: Black Works Studio Killer Bee Maduro

Initial Thoughts: Oveja Negra Brands is a company who makes both the Black Works Studio cigars and the Black Label Trading Co cigars. And today, I’m reviewing the Black Works Studio Killer Bee Maduro. I picked up the Killer Bee because it looks cool! This cigar has what looks like 5 caps, each a different leaf […]

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Cigar Review: Artesano Del Tobacco Viva La Vida Atlantic Toro

Initial Thoughts: Today’s smoke could easily be called the Viva La Vida 2.0. This cigar from the AJ Fernandez factory is a prerelease Artesano Del Tobacco Viva La Vida Atlantic Toro. However, unlike the original Viva La Vida, the Atlantic has a different fermentation and aging process than its predecessor. The Atlantic was fermented with higher […]

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Cigar Review: Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust Umbagog Toro

Initial Thoughts: Another cigar I’ve been seeing a lot about, the Umbagog comes from Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust, a company started by Steve Saka. And, in case you didn’t know, Saka was the head guy for Drew Estate (and mentor to Nick Melillo), before he decided to strike out on his own. The Dunbarton Tobacco & […]

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Cigar Review: Trinidad Espiritu Series No. 1 Toro

Initial Thoughts: At the request of a viewer on YouTube, user “Don de Puros”, today I’m smoking the Trinidad Espiritu Series No. 1 Toro. I think this might be my first-ever Trinidad cigar, and it’s visually very impressive. The wrapper leaf looks great and it has some slight texture to it. However, the veins are dehydrated […]

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Cigar Review: Oscar Valladares Super Fly Super Corona

Initial Thoughts: The Oscar Valladares Super Fly is a cigar I’ve been seeing a lot about recently. People have been sharing pictures of this stick on Instagram (Follow @CigarScore) and Facebook (Like Us: /CigarScore) and I’ve been looking forward to getting my hands on one. So, when I got one in November from Luxury Cigar Club, […]

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Cigar Review: PSyKO Seven Nicaragua Robusto by Ventura Cigars

Initial Thoughts: One of the best things about joining a cigar of the month club like CIGRco, Luxury Cigar Club, or Good Cigar Co, is that you get access to new and different cigars each month. And that’s the case with today’s cigar, the PSyKO Seven Nicaragua, that I received from CIGRco in September 2019. This […]

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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 […]

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Cigar Review: Pospiech Powstanie Broadleaf Belicoso

Initial Thoughts: As soon as I picked up the Powstanie Broadleaf Belicoso, I could smell the dark, rich tobaccos inside. After toasting the foot, the aroma was of chocolate, leather and a hint of floral notes. And, after snipping the end with my guillotine, the draw was perfect. The Powstanie Broadleaf Belicoso comes out of the […]

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