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  1. Habanos Discussion
    Folks Anyone with any experience with the VR Maestro (Spanish RE) ?? Looks like are there has been a run on Unicos..
  2. Non-Habanos Reviews
    La Flor Dominicana - Air Bender (Maestro 5.5" x 52) Burn Time: 1 Hour 20 Minutes Released at the end of 2009, this stick is wrapped in an Ecuadorian-grown Habano wrapper with fillers and binder from the La Canela farm in the Dominican Republic. Lito Gomez has done it again with a wonderful...
  3. Cigar News, Videos, Reviews, Interviews, etc
    I can't see why this site has such a low rating. The flavor was explosive, so complex and smooth. The burn was outstanding. And the aroma that s... Read the full review here: Perdomo ESV 1991 Maestro (tubo) Cigar Review - baffled
  4. Non-Habanos Reviews
    Vegas de Santiago, Secretos del Maestro, Figurado This was gifted to me by FM, (Brad Faulkner) He was given them by a Sales Rep @ a B&M in Alabama, ( flippers recomend) Cost- $4.50 range ? Year made- ? ( probally a older blend, didn't find this size on their website) Size - 6 1/4 X 54 (...
  5. Non-Habanos Reviews
    San Cristobal Maestro Construction: 10 out of 10 Burn: excellent Flavor: one dimensional 5/10 Strength: medium I was really looking forward to this one but I was disappointed. I could taste some pepper but that's about all. I never detected any other flavor to balance it out. No smoothness...
  6. Non-Habanos Reviews
    San Cristobal Maestro 6 X 60 Nicaraguan wrapper appears more on the dry side than the oily side. The flavor was rich and full-bodied, but did not exhibit a perfect balance between strength and complexity as Ashton claims. It just wasn't that complex… unless you consider earth, wood...
  7. Habanos Reviews
    I'm leaving for a holiday in Spain in a week (:tu) so I thought I'd give one of these a try and see if I'll pick up a box or two while there. The cigar looks great, smooth, cocoa colored and firm, but not brick like. It had a bit of a tight draw, not excessively tight but still not as much...
  8. Want to Buy (WTB)
    Anyone up for a split? 22 in a box $12 each plus $5 shipping. No box break at Serious they seem too hot for a discount. I have been dying to try these! If there are no takers, I'll just order a few loosies. Let me know quick! Need payment quickly through PayPal so I can use the check card...
  9. Non-Habanos Reviews
    This cigar came at a good price from Monetrey (Mike). I let it rest along with it's brothers for about 3 weeks. I finally sacrificed one and boy was I glad I did. This was a little bigger smoke than i normally go for, but it was well worth it. The smell was incredible. The initial draw was a...
  10. General Cigar Discussion
    Mike's has been touting some stix named El Maestro that are being rolled locally for them. Looks like they may be geared to compete with Tatuaje, Padilla, etc. Has anyone tried them? :confused: Bob
  11. Non-Habanos Reviews
    The cigar is well constructed and looks mighty tasty with its dark, oily wrapper. I'd been looking forward to trying one of these and figured I'd splurge, getting the most costly vitola, for which I paid $12 apiece and bought two sticks. The Maestro is a figurado, 6" x 60. The prelight aroma...
  12. Coffee Discussion
    Hrm. What thinkest you of the reconditioned Solis Maestro Plus? Nice to save $40-50... and I have heard that reconditioned grinders are generally "a-ok" if done officially. Hard to tell off of eBay, though...
  13. Non-Habanos Reviews
    I received this as part of a sampler a couple of months ago and smoked it last week. Just found my notes on it. This is a good cigar for those who don't like to finish what they start. Unlike stogies that you smoke the first 2/3 just to get to the best (last)part, this was reverse.:mad: It...
  14. Cigar Accessory Reviews
    Anyone have any experience with this one? I won it on an auction from CBID for $10 (retails for $40). I was thinking of using it in my office. The wood doesn't smell exactly like the Spanish Cedar from my Savoy and I was curious if anyone used one before deploying some of my sticks into it. On...
  15. Non-Habanos Reviews
    The Cuban Cigar Factory is a little-known cigar manufacturer located in the Gaslamp District in San Diego, California. However, they have some very nice cigars, many of which are rolled right on the premises. I caught the torcedor rolling these cigars and tried the ones from the humidor that had...
  16. Non-Habanos Reviews
    I got a few to try before making a box purchase. This one is 54 x 5.5 and has a rather ugly veiny and wrinkled wrapper. It smelled of barnyard and was firm. It has a loose draw and a fairly flaky white ash. NOTE: get ready to touch these up because the wrapper could never quite catch up with the...
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