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Blind Cigar Review: A.J. Fernandez | Last Call

Blind Cigar Review: A.J. Fernandez | Last Call

“Overall, this is a very good cigar that will only benefit with a little more humidor time, say 3-6 months. I think this cigar might incorporate an Ecuadorian wrapper, due to the flavor profile (grass) however with its rosado shade it has me second guessing myself. I would easily recommend this cigar to a cigar newbie (on a full stomach) or a seasoned cigar enthusiast. This is a smoke I hope to get the chance to reach for again and again.” -Matt C. (Big Matt)

Quick Cigar Review: Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust | Sobremesa Corona Grande

Quick Cigar Review: Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust | Sobremesa Corona Grande

This cigar seemed to come with a lot of hype. Wow, did it deliver. From the subtle changes back and forth in the flavor profile to the smooth draw, this cigar just exceeded expectations in every aspect. I smoked the corona vitola and my only concern was that it did not last longer. Get these if you can. I know I will.

Blind Cigar Review: Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust | Sobremesa Corona Grande

Blind Cigar Review: Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust | Sobremesa Corona Grande

“I really enjoyed this cigar and I think just about everyone else would. The flavors were classic, but unique enough to make it box-worthy. The transitions were subtle, but for the experienced smoker, enough to keep you engaged. The first third was the best, but I think with some rest, these will get even more tastier. Highly recommend this.” -Emmett (BMP_Emmett)

Blind Cigar Review: Nomad | Therapy Habano Toro

Blind Cigar Review: Nomad | Therapy Habano Toro

“Two words that would aptly describe this cigar would be Solid and Smooth. This is the embodiment of both. I say this would be the perfect cigar for a beginner, but not as an insult or slander, but because it is so well constructed and approachable. This is a great cigar and one that I can’t wait to see what it is because it has me stumped.” -Jack (Jack_H)

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