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Blind Cigar Review: MBombay | Vintage Reserve Lancero 1973

Blind Cigar Review: MBombay | Vintage Reserve Lancero 1973

“Perfectly balanced and medium bodied is the best way to sum up this cigar. I had the opportunity to smoke two of these premium cigar offerings… that is like 16″ of cigar.. never once did a harsh flavor cross my palate. On the exhale we had cedar, white pepper, herbs, antique tobacco, malts, and a little bit of sweetness. Retro had a delicious creamy airy lemon cake and cedar. Multi-country blend for sure. Perfect construction and burn. This cigar had flavors that reminded me of a old Cuban cigar from the 1980’s with double the damn body. Aroma had an ancient library smell. This cigar would do very well in the European market. I’m done. Bravo.” -Matt C. (Big Matt)

Blind Cigar Review: Toraño | Exodus Robusto (2016)

Blind Cigar Review: Toraño | Exodus Robusto (2016)

“This is a very good cigar that could be smoked after your son’s bar mitzvah or after you knock-out some asshole that drank you beer, I digress. Any cigar guy would enjoy this cigar as rich tobacco is very evident on the exhale and palate. The retro had a touch of sweetness that lingered with the cream and grass. That being said if you sit back and pay attention to this cigar you can pick up the nuances in this blend. This is a classic blend and I wouldn’t be surprised if the blender is a descendant of a family rich in tobacco and cigar culture. If the price is right, this premium cigar offering box-worthy.” -Matt C. (Big Matt)

Blind Cigar Review: Cubariqueño | Protocol Lancero

Blind Cigar Review: Cubariqueño | Protocol Lancero

Cigar Info A line extension to the original Protocol release was shows off at this years IPCPR trade show. The highly anticipated Cubariqueño | Protocol Lancero  made its official debut last summer in Las Vegas. This cigar recently placed #13 on our Top 25 Cigars of...
Blind Cigar Review: Villiger | San’Doro Colorado Toro

Blind Cigar Review: Villiger | San’Doro Colorado Toro

“The first two thirds showed some promise, although a bit one dimensional. The creamy leather and oak combination was very enjoyable. The final third, however, was my samples unraveling. A harsh cedar and tight draw almost had me tossing this one. Based on other reviewers experiences, this might be a candidate for the golf course.” -Gregg (McGreggor57)

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