Joya De Nicaragua Clasico Torpedo

I was impressed with the presentation of this cigar. Well rolled and silky smooth to the touch with barely visible veins, class all the way! This was the first cigar produced from this brand, and during the United states Cuban embargo this was the only brand to be recognised as the official cigar of the […]

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Quintero Favoritos

I really like robusto cigars, not a fan of the smaller ring sizes and nobody got time for those epic 2+ hour smokes. This suits me just fine ­čÖé     This cigar felt slightly moist, it had been in a more humid environment that expected. The wrapper was quite bumpy with a number of […]

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Jose L. Piedra Conservas

If this cigar was described as a dress code then it would be smart casual, appealing but not overdone. I used the punch on this small gauge cigar and all went well, lighting was a little too easy so┬á I was concerned it was maybe too dry. Once lit there was a strong taste of […]

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Ashton VSG Corona Gorda

Big fan of the sun grown wrapper, more authentic look with raised veins and slight imperfections,┬ánonetheless a nicely made cigar.   Very light barnyard/hay smell from fresh with a hint of cedar. This cigar felt slightly dry and unfortunately the cap cracked slightly when using the punch, not too bad though so nothing to worry […]

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