I have tried many Cuban cigars in the last month (luckily since I currently reside in Beijing China) and no other has the complexity of flavor, aut...
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I'd like to add my voice to those who approve of this cigar. Mild hints of cocoa and nuts at the beginning and almost non-existent bitter taste in...
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The Regios is a robusto (5x48rg) and is a joy to smoke. I've had several of the 09's and this one seems to really shine. I'm hopeful the rest will have come around as well as this one. The head was shaved with my Xi2, the foot toasted and lit with an exodus.
This cigar is a medium, both in...
Origin : Nicaragua
Format : Prominentes
Size : 6.5 x 50
Wrapper : Nicaragua
Filler : Nicaragua
Binder : Nicaragua
Price : $9.50
Curivari is another brand I was introduced to by Pedro at Good Karma Cigar in Amarillo. These were included in a sampler pack of new smokes that...
J.C. Newman Cigar Co.
Length- 4 1/2″
Ring Gauge- 50
Appearance - 10 points out of 15
Appearance is acceptable. Some veins but they do not interfere with the smoke.
Construction 15 points out of 20
I let this sit in my humidor for about a year before smoking it. Construction was nice, no burn problems, very smooth and had some great flavor. ...
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Saint Luis Rey Regio
Vitola: Hermoso #4 5x48
Age: Unknown I got it as a single with one of my orders last year so I am guessing it is either (08/09)
Medium brow wrapper with a few veins,
The prelight draw is tight but workable,
The flavor on the prelight draw is...
OK, so my first forays into the world of CC's has netted some CG's and Dalia's. I really enjoy the medium ring-gauges but, now I'm looking at adding a box of something in the Hermoso No. 4 vitola.
Here are the two sticks I'm considering:
- Saint Luis Rey Regios
- Vegas Robaina Famosos
This is one of my fav little cigars, as it's kin, the Cafe Noir. Great taste and a good value when you can catch them on sale. This is also one o...
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I love my MADDIES,This gar is one that i wait all day to smoke,the flavors are there,draw is fine,( the smoke clears my sinuses,which to me is a go...
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El Rey del Mundo (Cuba) Tainos Cigar Review - Excellent flavor with mild to middle body
This cigar been age for 9 years, and it became up with good aroma and lots of flavor. Well burn and draw, it needs to be age in order to become dr...
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This one came highly recommended, so it was a considerable disappointment. On the positive side, the wrapper had small veins and tight seams. The d...
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This cigar is large and has a nice dark wrapper. At the start, there is a nice sweet, woodsiness with nice coffee and coco flavors throughout. Th...
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Vitola: 5 3/8 x 52 Belicoso
Appearance & Construction: Wrapper is smooth to the touch. It's splotchy, not terribly veiny, and has a few sun spots. Construction leaves something to be desired. The draw...
This is the thinnest Cuesta Rey I've smoked. It is mild-medium in body. The draw is great and burn is clean. I'm picking up a lot of cedar and a bi...
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This is a great cigar in a line of great cigars, you can't go wrong buying and keeping a few of these in the humidor, they burn without any issues ...
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