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Blind Cigar Review: Aganorsa Leaf | Supreme Leaf Toro Score 94%

Blind Cigar Review: Aganorsa Leaf | Supreme Leaf Toro

“I absolutely adored this blend and I am anxiously awaiting to find out what it was so I can stock up. This is a very heavy spicy cigar that is full of both strength and flavor. The pepper was the superstar of the cigar so if you enjoy spice this is absolutely a stick you have to try. In the background, there were other supporting notes of earth, leather, mineral, and nutty flavors to help round the blend out. I ended up smoking this down to the nub until I just could not hold it anymore.” -Lauren S. (Lauren S.)

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Blind Cigar Review: My Father | Fonseca Cedros Score 90%

Blind Cigar Review: My Father | Fonseca Cedros

“Overall, this was a VERY consistent flavored stick throughout the entire experience. Omnipresent notes of leather exist the whole time, which minor deviations throughout, most notably the nutty presence at the end, which was yum. Burn and construction were spots on the entire time without any flaws at all while the draw slightly learned on the loose side. Not a bad stick, one of the better ones I’ve had lately, however, it didn’t overly impress me and was a slightly better for an average cigar on the market today.” -John A. (Bostoneo)

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Blind Cigar Review: E.P. Carrillo | Pledge Sojourn Score 91%

Blind Cigar Review: E.P. Carrillo | Pledge Sojourn

“Give me another one of these! This was a solid stick with flavors that I rather enjoy. The middle third was probably the weak spot on this cigar where flavors kind of drowned in themselves and the marshmallow puff. I’m not going to say that portion of the cigar was bad, but it was not the highlight. Fortunately, there’s plenty of other things going on in this cigar to make the downsides forgettable. ” -Isaac M. (The Nothing)

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Cigar News: Davidoff Releases Winston Churchill Limited Edition 2021

Davidoff Cigars has announced a new Davidoff Winston Churchill collection and a limited edition Toro cigar honoring the man behind the name. The Winston Churchill brand was relaunched in 2014, and has seen unprecedented success in global markets. The brand has two lines “The Original Collection” and “The Late Hour.” The Original Collection is a milder and creamier daytime blend while The Late Hour is more robust. The cigars and accessories will be available February 2021 with launch dates depending on country.

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Blind Cigar Review: Gurkha | San Miguel Toro Score 92%

Blind Cigar Review: Gurkha | San Miguel Toro

“This cigar was Top Notch from start to finish. It looked great prior to lighting it on fire AND it delivered a slew of really nice flavors once the foot was torched. Add in excellent construction from start to finish and this is easily a cigar that will satisfy the majority of smokers out there…” -Matt Cade (CadeTNCC)

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Blind Cigar Review: Perdomo | Reserve 10th Anniversary Box-Pressed Maduro Epicure Score 91%

Blind Cigar Review: Perdomo | Reserve 10th Anniversary Box-Pressed Maduro Epicure

“Overall a very delightful stick with many enjoyable profiles I lean towards. The first third was the absolute best part of this stick, while the remaining second half was pretty stagnant in terms of complexity, this is still one of the better sticks I have reviewed lately. Burn and construction were top-notch, especially for this pressed cigar. Definitely a pickup and try stick, this could be in my rotation easily.” -John A. (Bostoneo)

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Blind Cigar Review: Sindicato | Cubico Toro Score 92%

Blind Cigar Review: Sindicato | Cubico Toro

“The fact there was not much going on in the flavor and body of this cigar until almost halfway deducted points here, although it did develop into a very flavorful cigar. Had the cigar started as it finished, and developed as it did, it would have been a phenomenal smoking experience. Even though it did start off on the light side, I really do look forward to trying it again. This would be a great cigar to start the day with, as it does end up flavorful and can easily be smoked first thing on an empty stomach. Medium roast coffee with cream or sweet tea would be the strongest beverage to try and pair in the morning, as anything stronger would easily overrun it, even at the end. This would also be a cigar, though on the large side, that I would not be afraid to hand to anyone to enjoy. ” -Kevin A. (Kevin A

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Blind Cigar Review: E.P. Carrillo | La Historia Dona Elena Score 90%

Blind Cigar Review: E.P. Carrillo | La Historia Dona Elena

“An extremely earthy and smoky cigar. If you are a fan a sticks with strong mineral and hickory style flavors this should be added to your list to try. While it’s not exactly my preferred profile I definitely appreciated the layers of mineral, smoke, and hints of spice.” -Lauren S. (Lauren S.)

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Blind Cigar Review: Brick House | Maduro Toro Score 87%

Blind Cigar Review: Brick House | Maduro Toro

“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)

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