"Things kicked off with a good pop, but the cigar quickly found its footing. I'm a fan of chai, and I was happy to experience a fair amount of that halfway through the cigar. It ended with ease and subtleness that almost lulled me into a sense of bliss. This experience read just like a typical story with a beginning, middle, and end. Each playing their own part, but also able to present a bigger picture. I could see myself smoking this again." -Doug S. (Unpossible_1)
Luciano Cigars has resumed shipping all of its brands to retailer partners across the country, including Luciano The Dreamer, Fiat Lux, Maria Lucia, Mas Igneus, MXS, and more, follow it's split with then distributor Crowned Heads. The company says it has completely restocked the inventory of its South Florida warehouse. It also said in a press release, despite recent economic inflation, Luciano Cigars will not be raising any prices.
"Overall this was a very good cigar. There was plenty to like about this stick in its presentation, to is flavors, and to its performance. This cigar started out with a bang by giving me heavy chocolate soufflé flavors then switching it up to walnuts and eventually giving me must notes all bringing me cream and butter on the retro and black pepper on my palate that would not leave......it's just lingered. I would venture to say this is at a minimum worth picking up a fiver, and I am curious to see what I smoked. " -Mickey T. (irratebass)
Luciano Cigars has announced the rebranding of its Pichardo line to Tiago Cigars. The line is now named after Tiago Splitter, co-founder and partner of Luciano Cigars. Splitter is a tobacconist, actively involved in all operations of Luciano Cigars USA. He is also an Assistant coach for the Brooklyn Nets, and had highly successful NBA career with 2014 Champions, the San Antonio Spurs.
"It's rare to say I've had an epic experience with these blind reviews, but this is definitely one of those times. The flavor profile hit my palate in all the right areas. Chocolate, cocoa, black pepper, earth, and baking spices came together to create an amazing smoking experience. I can't wait to hear what this cigar is because I'll definitely be looking to buy a box. Thanks for the chance to try this." -Kevin J. (maninblack77)
ACE Price has announced they are making their limited edition cigar Luciano The Dreamer regular production. The company said it was originally a limited edition because they weren't sure if a lancero would sell, but due to demand, it is going to be regular production.