"Overall this was a pleasant cigar to smoke sensed a little nicotine buzz during the final third nothing off-putting, however, very enjoyable smoke I would definitely recommend this to friends who like a milder cigar. The cigar would go well with coffee and cream, or for the beer drinker maybe a blond ale style beer. " -Angel M. (Angel)
Serino Cigar Company has announced a new line of cigars, Studio Serino, with the first in the line being Elenor Rose. This new line is "an art inspired division of the company which aims to use unique tobaccos, vitolas, and branding concepts as a form of artisic expression."
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"This was a really nice cigar from start to finish. Normally I'm the guy who wants the full strength and full bodied cigar that smacks me full in the face. On occasion, however, I find a cigar that reminds me of the lighter side of things and just how enjoyable that can be... This was one of those cigars. A nice mix of flavor coupled with superb construction really made my day... It definitely is getting my stamp of approval." -Jason H. (Jokey Smurf)
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“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)
Florida-based Serino Cigar Company has announced and is already shipping a new line: The Expat. The blend uses an Ecuadorian Habano Oscuro wrapper with fillers from Nicaragua and Pennsylvania. Binder is not disclosed. It comes in three sizes: Corona Gorda 6 x 46 ($5.35 MSRP), Passport 5 7/8 x 50 ($5.50), and Sublime ($5.75). It also sports a pigtail cap and a sporty shaggy foot. The Expat comes in bundles of 10 cigars and is a regular production cigar.
AJ FernandezAllAVOCaldwellCamachoCarson SerinoClaudio SgroiCornelius & AnthonyCrowned HeadsDavidoffDominican RepublicDon Pepin GarciaDrew EstateDunbarton Tobacco & TrustErik EspinosaFeaturedFred ReweyH. UpmannHector Alfonso Sr.Hendrik KelnerHondurasIPCPRJaime GarciaJon HuberJonathan DrewMy FatherNicaraguaNicholas MelilloNomadPete JohnsonRobert CaldwellRobert HoltRoMa CraftSerinoSkip MartinSouthern DrawSteve SakaTatuajeTop 25Willy Herrera·
Each of our panelists were given 10 votes to towards our top 25. Order mattered on their votes as their #1 vote is worth twice as much as their #10. Our list is made up of cigars that had a wide release this year. The cigars that are eligible do not have to have been reviewed on Blind Man's Puff, but the reviewer must have smoke it at some point to vote for it.
The Serino Cigar Company has announced Wayfarer will be in full production and distribution at this year’s IPCPR. The blend has become known as Carson Serino’s “personal cigar,” previously sold naked as ‘The Wayfarer’ to select retailers and handed out as an event exclusive. The blend will initially be available in three vitolas, later to be expanded to five. Two will be special releases.