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Cigars that earn a CigarScore 5 are my favorite smokes. These cigars are so good, they should only be smoked on special occasions. I recommend these cigars to my friends and family members and actively seek them out in humidors. I also factor in price into the rating and keep that in mind when I make recommendations.

Cigar Review: Plasencia Cosecha 146 La Vega Robusto

Initial Thoughts: Over the last year or so, we’ve smoked and reviewed almost every Plasencia cigar we could get our hands on. And today, we’re diving into the Plasencia Cosecha 146 La Vega Robusto, a cigar meant to commemorate the 146th crop the Plasencia family planted in Nicaragua. After taking the Cosecha 146 out of the […]

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Cigar Review: Dunbarton Tobacco and Trust Sobremesa Brulee Toro

Initial Thoughts: I’ve had an interesting experience with Dunbarton Tobacco and Trust’s cigars. While I’ve found them generally good, I’ve also found them unnecessarily expensive. However, over the past few months, I’ve had several friends recommend that I give the Dunbarton Tobacco and Trust Sobremesa Brulee a try. And, given my new found love of lighter […]

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Cigar Battle: Stogies H-Town Lancero – Tatuaje vs RoMa Craft

Initial Thoughts: Today we’re doing something a little different and a whole lot crazy. Today we’re doing the first-ever Cigar Battle here on CigarScore, and we’re pairing two great cigars together to see which one wins. The contenders are two cigars made exclusively for Stogies World Class Cigars in Houston, Texas. See, the team at Stogies […]

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Cigar Review: Nomad Toro by Ezra Zion

Initial Thoughts: One interesting and cool thing about going to cigar events is that you sometimes get cigars you couldn’t get elsewhere. And that’s sort of the case with today’s cigar, the Nomad Toro by Ezra Zion, a.k.a., the Nomad by Ezra Zion Cigars House Blend, which I got at Underground Cigar Shop‘s NFG 2020, in […]

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Cigar Review: Drew Estate Liga Privada Unico Serie A

Initial Thoughts: Some cigars are just, well, rare. They’re event exclusives or their limited edition or something along those lines. Well, today’s cigar, the Drew Estate Liga Privada Unico Serie A is a cigar so rare, I’m sure if you’ve ever even heard of it, it’s been through pictures on your Instagram feed. Before even cutting […]

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Cigar Review: Diamond Crown Robusto No. 5

Initial Thoughts: The Diamond Crown line of cigars from JC Newman are some of the most luxurious cigars around. As my friends over at Famous-Smoke say it, “these aromatic cigars are expertly handcrafted by Tabacalera A. Fuente and Newman families using only the rarest tobaccos and double-fermented Connecticut Shade-grown or Broadleaf Maduro wrappers.” It’s hard to […]

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Cigar Review: Zino Platinum Scepter Grand Master Robusto

Initial Thoughts: At the time I smoked and reviewed my first Zino Platinum, the Crown Series Barrel, I’d never smoked a cigar so expensive, so light in color, or, perhaps even so luxurious. So, when a friend brought over a 7-10 year old Zino Platinum Scepter Grand Master Robusto to enjoy, I was pretty stoked. On […]

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Cigar Review: Camacho Connecticut Toro

Initial Thoughts: Continuing my search for the perfect breakfast cigar, I found myself grabbing the Camacho Connecticut Toro. Camacho is a brand I smoked often in the mid-2000s, but after noticing a fluctuation in quality control, I moved on to other manufacturers. But today, I’m smoking a Camacho I’ve never tried before. The Camacho Connecticut Toro […]

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Cigar Review: Perdomo 20th Anniversary Connecticut Epicure

Initial Thoughts: Prior to 2019, I didn’t smoke a lot of Perdomo cigars. Since 2019, I’ve smoked a lot of them. Today we’re enjoying the Perdomo 20th Anniversary Connecticut Epicure, the lighter, more natural brother of the maduro version I reviewed earlier this year. This cigar has an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper that is very light and […]

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