Category: Cigar Review

Wonderful Wednesday Cigar Review – Villiger Cuellar Connecticut Kreme – By: Mike M. »

An easy week makes for an easy Wednesday smoke so the Villiger Cuellar Connecticut Kreme is the easy choice! This week’s been pretty smooth so far so I reached for the easy choice – the Villiger Cuellar Connecticut Kreme. Coming from a private farm these smokes creamy, wood notes compliment a natural sweetness throughout. There’s […]

After Dinner Cigar Review – Davidoff Anniversario Special R – By: Sal »

Decided to ditch the after dinner digestif and dive directly into this Davidoff Anniversario Special R! Following up an excellent dinner, tonight I reached for one of the bests – Davidoff Anniversario Special R. These are the obvious reasons I chose this smoke: seamless wrappers, perfect burn, easy draw, relentless consistency, balanced flavor! The Ecuadorian […]

My Father Flor de las Antillas Lancero TAA 2018 – Cigar of the Week – By Mefford »

Wanted a cigar to really celebrate a great week – went with a My Father Flor de las Antillas Lancero TAA 2018 cigar! What made me choose this stick was that the My Father Flor de las Antillas Lancero TAA 2018 stick is the same blend as the Cigar Aficionado’s #1 Cigar of the Year […]

Breakfast Cigar Review – Warped Lirio Rojo – By: Sal »

 Seeking an amazing breakfast stick, I went with a Warped Lirio Rojo! What made me choose this stick was that the Warped Lirio Rojo Nicaraguan puros using 100% AGANORSA tobaccos. The Lirio Rojo is packaged in traditional 50 ct. cabinet boxes tied with a ribbon and unbanded, saving time so I could dig right in. This […]

Brazilian Lovers Cigar Review – CAO Amazon Fuma Em Corda – By: Mefford »

What made me choose this stick was that the Amazon Fuma em Corda consists of Brazilian Arapiraca tobacco that is fermented in ropes. To craft the amazing and unique flavors, the Brazilian Arapiraca tobacco is combined with Brazilian Braganca tobaccos. Its finished with a Cameroon binder & Honduran Colorado wrapper – a genuine international blend […]

Mid Week Cigar Review – Caldwell Long Like the King – By: Sal »

Hailing from the Dominican Republic, the 2008 Corojo Dominicano wrapper is deployed in this cigar, and its internal blend uses various amounts of vintage Corojo Ligero Dominicano, Viso Pelo De Oro Peruano, and Habano Ligero Nicaraguense. This full-bodied premium cigar delivers tasting notes of earth, oak, dark chocolate, & coffee with hints of black pepper […]

Hard Day’s Work Cigar Review – Drew Estate Liga Privada T52 – By: Mefford »

A gorgeous, extremely toothy & oily wrapper with perfect construction. I smoked the Toro size and it lasted me over two hours, I really enjoyed every minute of it. It’s medium to full, little spice, but overall really smooth smoke with an ample amount of flavors & complexity. The stick is heft and dense, but […]

Mefford Breakfast Cigar Review – Davidoff Aniversario Special T – By: Mefford »

Known as luxurious through and through, the Davidoff Aniversario Special T is an ultra-premium Dominican figurado that is mild to medium in strength but immense in flavor. Wrapped in an impeccable Connecticut wrapper this creamy smoke has a well-rounded and balanced body. Notes of leather and spice are sure to be noticed. Perfect for any […]

Patio Review: Warped Serie Gran Reserva 1988 (GR88) »

Smoking the Warped Serie Gran Reserva 1988 (GR88) is an almost ethereal experience but this review will do our best to break down the experience for all. Spoiler alert: just like the name of the cigar suggests, it’s GR8 (great)! Created to commemorate Kyle Gellis 30th birthday, the Warped Serie Gran Reserva 1988 (GR88) is […]

My Father Le Bijou 1922 »

Cigar of the Year (2015): My Father Le Bijou 1922 The box pressed version of My Father Le Bijou 1922 won Cigar Aficionado’s Cigar of the Year award in 2015. This year, it is nominated for Tobacco Business‘ 2019 Cigar of the Year. A long time fan favorite for its full bodied strength and graceful flavor profile, this cigar […]