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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: Mombacho Liga Maestro Gordo

Initial Thoughts: Today’s cigar comes from 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: Davidoff Millennium Robusto

Initial Thoughts: After I unboxed the September Platinum Box from Luxury Cigar Club, I asked viewers which cigar they’d like to see me review. Overwhelmingly, they voted for today’s cigar, the Davidoff Millennium Robusto. And, after reviewing the Davidoff Yamasa (another dark and bold cigar from the brand), I’m optimistic about this one. Starting in on […]

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Cigar Review: JFR Lunatic Hysteria Toro

Initial Thoughts: Today’s cigar review comes from a brand I’ve historically really enjoyed. When I first found the JFR Lunatic Maduro, I loved its rich, chocolatey flavors. However, in the year or so since, I’ve struggled to find the same enjoyment from that cigar. So, when I saw that Aganorsa was launching a new blend in […]

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Cigar Review: Warped Futuro Toro

Initial Thoughts: The first thing I noticed about the Warped Futuro Toro is its narrow but flat head. Instead of a normal torpedo or belicoso, the Toro vitola of the Futuro comes to a point that’s been cut off. It kind of resembles a bullet. Interesting. Removing the cigar from the cellophane, I was greeted with […]

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Cigar Review: Oliva Serie V Melanio Maduro Robusto

Initial Thoughts: At this point, the Oliva cigar brand and the Serie V Melanios are pretty familiar to me. I’ve had several, and I reviewed the Oliva Serie V Melanio NATURAL Robusto, as well as the natural Melanio Churchill. However, until this review, I’d never had a Melanio with a maduro wrapper. So, when I saw […]

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Cigar Review: La Flor Dominicana Andalusian Bull

Initial Thoughts: We might as well call this the “Illusive Bull” because I’ve been trying to get my hands on one of these La Flor Dominicana Andalusian Bulls for over a year. So, when I took a short trip to Over the Rhine Premium Cigars in the OTR neighborhood of Cincinnati and saw three Andalusian Bulls […]

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Cigar Review: My Father La Promesa Lancero

Initial Thoughts: Over the past couple of years, I’ve developed a love/hate relationship with My Father Cigars. Some of Don Pepin’s sticks I love. Others, well, not so much. But today we’re smoking and reviewing the My Father La Promesa Lancero. One of the first things I notice about this cigar is the flattened pigtail end. After […]

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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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