"During the first half of the first third, I wasn’t sure this was the cigar for me. Into the second third the aforementioned flavors of creamy baking spice, salted butter, and slightly savory paprika, mixed in with black coffee periodically, made for some great flavors. Retrohale was very pleasing throughout. The burn was razor sharp and the entire experience and construction were flawless. Overall a very good experience. PS… And that ash!" -Randy B. (randobush)
Hiram & Solomon Cigars has announced new lines: Châbal, Sublime Prince and Revival. All of these will be shows off at the TPE Trade Show that starts today and will ship later this month. The company had not planned originally on releasing all three lines at the same time, but due to supply chain problems with box manufacturing, shipping, and other issues, some had to be delayed.
Hiram & Solomon Cigars is adding a new cigar to their core lineup: The CURAMUS. This latest addition to their Freemason themed brand is made specially for MW Robert V. Monacelli, Grand Master of the Most Ancient and Honorable Society of Freemasons for the State of New Jersey.
"This cigar had some fantastic flavor to start off. From the looks of this dark wrapper I was expecting some good dark earthy flavors. That is exactly what I was getting. Molasses, spice and wood notes mixed in made this very enjoyable. With that being said, right around the half way point it took a turn in the less enjoyably direction. The cigar was burning hot turning most of the flavor to char. Had to take more time in between puffs to lessen that. Although it eventually subsided the damage I think was done and just mushed all the flavors together to get a mostly musty earth. Not how I would have liked it to end." -Jake P. (Jake P.)
“I really enjoyed this cigar. I’d happily burn these everyday. It’s not tremendously dynamic in terms of transitions, but the core flavor here is a bit out of the ordinary. Most dry, woody cigars I’ve had haven’t had the potency on display here. Great good stuff. ” –John I. (John I.)
Hiram & Solomon Cigars is moving production of their cigar lines to the PDR Cigar Factory in Tamboril, Dominican Republic. Previously, their cigars had been rolled at Plasencia Cigars S.A. in Estelí, Nicaragua.
Operation: Cigars For Warriors Hiram & Solomon Cigars are collaborating on a new cigar for charity called “Live 2 Serve.” This is a limited release that will only be available at CFW donation center retailers. 100% of the cigar’s profits will benefit Operation: Cigars for Warriors.
Hiram & Solomon Cigars announced today that have signed a new distribution agreement in the UK market with Bright Leaf Distribution Ltd. Bright-Leaf Distributions is a leader in the wholesale trade market in UK. They are an established Cigar and Cigar Accessories importer and distributor supplying many of the main retail and online specialist tobacconists and cigar merchants throughout the UK.
"Though this cigar lacked body, in my opinion, I can not overstate how good this cigar was. I could see some people calling it one dimensional but in all honesty this cigar was a flavor bomb. Forgoing strength and body for the benefit of making a more flavorful blend. This cigar is perfect for anyone looking to expand their palate away from the light body, airy, cigars of the world. Pick one up and decided for yourself." -Estevan Z. (TheRealBanzi)
Hiram & Solomon Cigars is bringing a new cigar to IPCPR 2019: The Grand Architect. The cigar is named after one of the founding principles of Freemasons.