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Cigars that take about an hour and 15 minutes to smoke

Cigar Review: Alec Bradley MAXX “The Culture” Toro

Initial Thoughts: Some cigars we review because you (i.e. the cigar community) ask us to. Other cigars we review because we want to know whether or not to stock up on them whenever we see a particular cigar go on sale. And today’s cigar, the Alec Bradley MAXX Toro, falls squarely into that second category. […]

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Cigar Review: Crowned Heads Mil Dias Edmundo

Initial Thoughts: Cigars take time to make. Not only does a cigar need to age, but the leaves have to be harvested and dried and fermented before they’re rolled into something we can smoke. And today’s cigar, the Crowned Heads Mil Dias Edmundo, is a nod to the 1000 days (mil dias) that it took […]

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Cigar Review: Black Works Studio NBK Corona Larga

Initial Thoughts: Whenever I go into a review of a cigar from Black Works Studio, I go into it expecting flavors of deeply roasted coffee. And that’s what I’m expecting with today’s cigar from the August Platinum Box from Luxury Cigar Club, the Black Works Studio NBK Corona Larga. The Black Works Studio NBK Corona […]

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Cigar Review: Camacho American Barrel Aged Robusto

Initial Thoughts: Camacho is no stranger to CigarScore. In fact, the Camacho Connecticut is one of our favorite cigars to pair with coffee. So, when I had the chance to grab a Camacho sampler on Cigar Monster and get today’s cigar with it, I was super-stoked! Today we’re smoking and reviewing the Camacho American Barrel […]

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Cigar Review: Serino Royale 20th Anniversary Maduro XX Belicoso

Initial Thoughts: While I have reviewed a Serino Royale 20th Anniversary Maduro XX before, that was over a year ago, and before we launched CigarScore TV. So, when I went into today’s review of the Belicoso vitola of the Serino Royale 20th Anniversary Maduro XX that I received from CigarClub.com, I went into it with […]

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Cigar Review: Alec Bradley 1633 Connecticut Robusto

Initial Thoughts: Other than having an incredibly long name (the full name is the Alec Bradley 1633 Connecticut First Crop Robusto), I know next to nothing about today’s cigar. That said, once I took the Alec Bradley 1633 Connecticut Robusto out of its cellophane, I was greeted with a pleasant aroma. After punching the end, […]

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Cigar Review: AJ Fernandez Iron Horse Connecticut Toro

Initial Thoughts: For my birthday this year, I received this AJ Fernandez / Drew Estate Connecticut sampler. And, while I was excited about the Undercrown Shades that I’ve reviewed here, I wasn’t particularly looking forward to the other half of the sampler and today’s cigar, the AJ Fernandez Iron Horse Connecticut Toro. However, after removing […]

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Cigar Review: Fratello Arlequin Prensado Robusto

Initial Thoughts: If you’ve followed CigarScore TV, and read our cigar reviews for a while, you might know that we really enjoy Fratello cigars. So, when Omar de Frias, Fratello’s founder, released his latest blend, the Arlequin, we knew we had to get our hands on some. Visually, the Fratello Arlequin Prensado Robusto is a […]

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Cigar Review: Stolen Throne Call to Arms Sumatra Corona

Initial Thoughts: Over the past few months, I’ve really come to appreciate a new vitola of cigar, the petit corona. So, when Luxury Cigar Club sent me the Stolen Throne Call to Arms Sumatra, a cigar that, at a 6 x 46 ring gauge is a classic petit corona, I was quite excited. Before even […]

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Cigar Review: Serino Wayfarer Corona Gorda

Initial Thoughts: People often get into a groove. They find what they like, they stick to it, and they rarely deviate from that point of view. Well, today’s cigar might shift my point of view about my preferred size of cigar. A few months ago, Good Cigar Co sent me the Serino Wayfarer Corona Gorda, […]

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