Norteno Corona Extra 4 3/4 x 48

As I browse which cigar to buy next I have found it’s becoming increasingly difficult to avoid the Drew Estate brand. Firstly because there is such huge variety but most importantly they rarely disappoint. Unlike the picture suggests you can find a good or even great cigar without having to break the bank. Well Maybe […]

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Por Larranaga Panetelas

I recently visited the category of cheap Cubans, I have to say I  was very disappointed with an extremely bad machine-made cigar. So I thought, hey lets run the gauntlet again! This time I tried my luck with the Por Larranaga Pantelas which had a firm pack and just slightly above medium resistance for the […]

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CAO Flathead V660 Carb 6 x 60

I love the 50’s Hot Rod theme that the CAO Flathead series embodies. The V660 Carb is a beast at 6 x 60 and box pressed so perfectly the edges could cut you! Scent from fresh is of sweet sweet cocoa with a medium resistance for the cold draw. I used the punch twice in […]

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Romeo y Julieta No.1 5.5 x 42

The very first cigar I reviewed on this site was the RYJ No.3.  Fourteen months later I thought it was time to revisit this brand and try the RYJ No.1. Opened with a punch this time the cold draw has a taste of Weet-Bix and honey. Draw is pretty tight hopefully not a hindrance. First third  […]

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