Cigars

Cigars

As an occasional cigar smoker I got into the habit of saving cigar bands and writing my own reviews. I’m no expert by any means therefore I’d say that I’m an amateur connoisseur.

 

 

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Davidoff GeneveAfter establishing an even light the core of mild pepper gave way to a creamy, woody taste. After about a third of the way through I began to taste expresso and bitter chocolate. Traces of sweetness come and go. Smoke is solid, draw smooth and the burn even. All-in-all not worth $18.00 I’m sad to…
Don Pepin Garcia El CenturionI haven’t written about a cigar in a while. However, the El Centurion which I smoked this evening was very good! It lit well, and burned nice and even and smoked smoothly. Not so spicy with a hint of pepper, a bit sweet, medium leather body. Tasty and I’ll say it again, a smooth smoke.…
CAO Gold MaduroIt’s been a while since I smoked one of these. A few years in fact. After writing this review, just before posting it I discovered that I reviewed it back in 2012. All I can say is that I’m still pleasantly impresses with this jewel. This cigar is mellow with just a hint of coffee…
Morphine by Black Label Trading Co.The cigar Morphine by the Black Label Trading Co., is a wonderful smoke. So much so that I looked up some background on this one. It has two wrappers. The first is a Mexican San Andres Maduro wrapper and the second is an Ecuadorian Maduro wrapper. Includes both Honduran and Nicaraguan fillers and a Nicaraguan…
Romeo y Julieta | 1875 BullyThis cigar burned evenly and held a firm ash the first third of the way through the smoke. Pleasantly mild, in fact I was expecting quite the opposite. Had some problems the last third with the draw tightening up. Overall taste was consistent with a hint of pepper, almonds, and, well… olives? Weird I know…

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