"This was a great cigar overall. The flavors did not pop, but they were there. retro-hale was very smooth and It was a very easy cigar to smoke. I'd smoke it again over and over again if the price point were right. " -James H. (Keikan Jim)
"This is actually an easy cigar to sum up. If you like full bodied cigars that burn slow and deliver the straight forward flavors of earth and black pepper, then you will probably enjoy this cigar. If those flavors aren’t your jam and you’re inclined to smoke something with a little nuance or transitions... smoke something else. " -Matt Cade (CadeTNCC)
"This is a big cigar that's not big on flavors or complexity. With a ring gauge this large, if I'm going to spend over an hour and a half smoking a cigar I would ideally like to experience more flavors and transitions." -Allison T. (The Yoga Ash)
"While this cigar is far from pretty, it didn’t give me nearly the experience its outward appearance perhaps alluded to. Straight forward flavors and mostly solid construction with a very nice aroma." -Matt Ca. (Cade)
Today, Cigar Dojo and Espinosa Cigars announced another collaboration: Psychedelic Turtle. The two companies have previously collaborate and a number of releases including Sensei's Sensational Sarsaparilla, Feng Shui.
"I kept saying that this was not a bad cigar but also never found anything that was overly special about it. This would make a great cigar for yard work or walking your dog. Good flavors can be found, at times, but not overly complex that it will keep you from whatever you are trying to accomplish. I could see myself smoking it again but wouldn't spend to much time seeking one out. " -Estevan Z. (TheRealBanzi)
"I loved all the warm spices, coco with a slight spiciness in the back of the throat that made me think this would be a great cigar to pair with English Breakfast tea on a cool crisp night. " -Allison T. (The Yoga Ash)
"Any cigar that does not become bitter near the end is a good one. The spices for most of the time were a nice blend of cinnamon and nutmeg with a great spice tingle. Towards the end the black licorice came in but was not over bearing. All in all this is one that will pair well with a single malt scotch. It would be a nice addition to my humidor." -Eric (smalls29)
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"Would I buy a box of these? Absolutely. Flavors were right in my wheelhouse. Very enjoyable. Will be on the lookout for more. " -Kevin J. (maninblack77)
San Pedro de Macorís will be a new line of handmade cigars from Royal Agio. This will be a brand meant to deliver great quality within an everyday price point. The line will start with two distinct blends, Ecuador and Brazil. These will be displayed in the Royal Agio booth at the 2018 IPCPR Trade show in Las Vegas.