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Cigars that take about an hour and 15 minutes to smoke

Cigar Review: Hooten Young Gothic Serpent Toro SECOND CHANCE

Initial Thoughts: Today’s cigar is one I’ve smoked before. But this time, I’ve let the cigar age, marinate, rest – whatever you want to call it – for a year. And, now it’s time to give the Hooten Young Gothic Serpent a Second Chance Cigar Review! When I first reviewed the Hooten Young Gothic Serpent torpedo, […]

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Cigar Review: Mombacho Liga Maestro Gordo

Initial Thoughts: Today’s cigar comes from CigarClub.com 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: 601 Steel Rod Robusto

Initial Thoughts: Coming out of Erik Espinosa’s factory (called La Zona) in Esteli, Nicaragua is today’s cigar, the 601 Steel Rod Robusto. Visually, the 601 Steel is a nice looking cigar. It’s got a toothy-looking Nicaraguan Habano Oscuro wrapper that’s quite dark. After punching the end, the draw was great and the cold draw flavors were […]

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Cigar Review: Caldwell Adventura The Explorer Corona Gorda

Initial Thoughts: When the community asks, we try to deliver! So, when one Nicholas asked me to review the Caldwell Adventura The Explorer Corona Gorda we got from CigarClub.com, how could we say no? The Caldwell Adventura The Explorer Corona Gorda is a great looking cigar. However, after pulling it out of the cellophane, the cigar […]

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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: 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: 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 CroMagnon Fomorian

Initial Thoughts: I received the RoMa Craft CroMagnon Fomorian as a gift from a good friend. I’d seen him smoking this cigar on several occasions, but it always seemed to fall apart on him because of the finicky candela wrapper. However, after receiving the Fomorian as a gift, I thought I’d review it for you. The RoMa […]

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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: 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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