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Cigar Review: Villiger La Vencedora Robusto

Initial Thoughts: Villiger is a cigar brand that’s been around a while. Villiger was started in 1888 by Jean Villiger in Switzerland, and they make a lot of cigars. But, if you’re like me, you’ve never smoked one before. The Villiger La Vencedora Robusto is a great looking cigar. If you removed the Villiger label and […]

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Cigar Review: Rodriguez Series 84 Maduro Torpedo

Initial Thoughts: Rodriguez Cigars isn’t a brand I’m all too familiar with, but when I saw the Series 84 Maduro Torpedo in my subscription box from, I was pretty excited to smoke it. As soon as I freed the cigar from the cellophane, I could immediately smell something amazing. The aroma of the Rodriguez Series […]

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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: Esteban Carreras Unforgiven Toro Grande

Initial Thoughts: Some cigars you choose; others, you don’t. Today I’m smoking the Esteban Carreras Unforgiven Toro Grande, a cigar given to me by a friend. However, unlike some cigars I’ve been given, this Unforgiven was, well, given, by a friend who doesn’t know a lot about cigars. Oh well, time for an adventure. The Esteban […]

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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: Espinosa Red River Valley Toro

Initial Thoughts: Another gift from a fellow cigar smoker, the Espinosa Red River Valley Toro is a cigar made exclusively for the Texas and Oklahoma cigar markets. The 6 x 50 toro has a dark Mexican San Andres wrapper and Nicaraguan binder and filler tobacco. After cutting the end, the draw is perfectly loose. The initial […]

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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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Cigar Review: 300 Hands Connecticut Petit Edmundo by Southern Draw

Initial Thoughts: When I saw the 300 Hands Connecticut Petit Edmundo in the December 2019 box from Luxury Cigar Club, I wasn’t quite sure what it was. However, as soon I heard that this little cigar was made by Southern Draw, I was excited. The 300 Hands Connecticut from Southern Draw is a short cigar with a […]

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Cigar Review: Casa Cuevas Connecticut Robusto

Initial Thoughts: I don’t always smoke light, Connecticut cigars, but when I do, I always hope they’re delicious. And today, the Casa Cuevas Connecticut is on deck, and I hope it delivers. This cigar is very light in color – a serious deviation from what I normally smoke. And, Casa Cuevas is a brand I’m not […]

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Cigar Review: Fuente Fuente Opus X The Lost City 2017 Robusto

Initial Thoughts: Oh boy, am I excited to smoke the Fuente Fuente Opus X The Lost City! I got this cigar from the Luxury Cigar Club a few months ago, and I’ve been chomping at the bit to enjoy this cigar. So, on a beautiful Boston day, I decided it was time. The Opus X Lost […]

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Cigar Review: Perdomo 20th Anniversary Maduro Robusto

Initial Thoughts: I don’t normally smoke robustos, but this Perdomo 20th Anniversary Maduro started off very strong and very delicious. As I approached the half-way mark, this cigar continued to taste great and burn even. Even with a punch, the draw was perfect and I could get all of the amazing flavors. CigarScore: Final Thoughts: I […]

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