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Blind Cigar Review: Hoyo de Monterrey (Cuba) | Epicure No. 1

“I loved the flavor profile present, really up my alley, and it was complex with a nice bit of depth. There was some transitioning throughout, but it kept this core flavor profile as well that really changed up in thirds. I loved the body and strength present with the cigar and it made for a great evening smoke. I am a big fan of cigars in this size, corona gorda area, and they perform incredibly well when constructed correctly. This will only get better with age, and if it did not have some age on it right now, I would be surprised. I believe a lot of smokers would love this cigar and enjoy what was offered.” -Seth (Seth’s Humidor)

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Blind Cigar Review: Bolivar (Cuba) | Coronas

“This was a very good cigar, especially the first two thirds. If the last third hadn’t gotten dry and a little bitter, it would have scored higher. The flavors were not in your face, but quite complex. I liked the transitions it offered and kept me entertained. I would definitely smoke more of these, and I would like to see if the final third was the same in all samples. Not my favorite Cuban, but a solid stick.” -Emmett (rhetorik)

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