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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: Serino | Royale Maduro XX

Blind Cigar Review: Serino | Royale Maduro XX

“A great smoke in just about every way. I am not normally a fan of anything bigger than 50 RG, and rarely chose to smoke anything toro length or longer, but I would gladly smoke one of these again. The blend was nice, the profile hit a personal sweet spot for me, and the complete lack of a need for maintenance despite my inconsistent smoking over a period of more than an hour and a half, made smoking this cigar a very enjoyable experience.” –Dave W. (mdwest)

Blind Cigar Review: Quesada | Reserva Privada Oscuro Robusto

Blind Cigar Review: Quesada | Reserva Privada Oscuro Robusto

“This is a cigar I would happily smoke again while I was doing something different to occupy my time such as shooting skeet or at the golf driving range. The profile peaked in the second third but then fell off with the mineral flavors in the final third. I put the cigar down with a little less than 2 inches as I felt the profile wasn’t going to change. Smoke output was plentiful and stormed off the foot. I feel this cigar might improve with age and is worthy of a redux.” -Matt C. (Big Matt)

Quick Cigar Review: Padilla | La Pilar No. 4 Toro

Quick Cigar Review: Padilla | La Pilar No. 4 Toro

The La Pilar No. 4 was a great burner. Clean burn line, no touch-ups and no relights. It had consistent smoke output and a draw that improved as it went on. The smoke had a nice full texture and pleasing aroma. The flavor profile was not extreme or complex but each individual flavor component was defined and clean. I always enjoy an increase in strength toward the end and the La Pilar No. 4 delivered that very well. At about 82 minutes, its a long burn time for a box-pressed Toro. That brings more value and more enjoyment. I would gladly reach for this cigar again.

Blind Cigar Review: Davidoff | Nicaragua Box Pressed

Blind Cigar Review: Davidoff | Nicaragua Box Pressed

“This was one of those smokes that comes along every so often- actually it’s pretty rare for me anyway, that just captivates your senses. The ol’ “Calgon take me away” commercial ran through my mind as a comparison… It was a phenomenal smoke, one that I hope, hope, hope I get to experience again and again. I pray that this stogie is one that fits my meager stogie budget because I gotta have some more of these. It was a little over an hour of peace & serenity and I loved every minute of it!” -Robert (NavyPiper)

Blind Cigar Review: E.P. Carrillo | Selección Oscuro Nacionales

Blind Cigar Review: E.P. Carrillo | Selección Oscuro Nacionales

“I found the first third to be average in spite of a nice start of simple tobacco and oak. While the middle was very good, the finish quickly turned south. My mouth tasted like an ashtray before it was all over. With two thirds of this cigar not making the cut, I won’t be looking to try another.” -Gregg (McGreggor57)

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