When I looked at this cigar I noticed some problems. The coloring was spotty and there was a whole in the wrapper. So you can understand why I was pleasantly surprised when I found that I was really liking this cigar.
The Graycliff 1666 Presidente is a well balanced, sweet cigar. It is medium bodied and is really a joy to smoke. That is it was a good smoke until I ran into some unexpected problems. Everything considered I still think it is a good cigar and should be given a chance; especially if you like medium-bodied cigars.
Travis smoked a Man O’ War for the first time. Right off the bat it looks like it should be a great cigar. The band has a menacing Spartan-looking mask with two short swords. It is a maduro figurado and has been touted as being very strong. But is it?
It is a decent cigar but has some problems with it. While it is an interesting smoke right now it should probably be left in the humidor for a little while so that the flavors can better mesh with each other. As it stands right now this cigar isn’t a great cigar (90-95 points) but it is a good cigar with some upside.
Travis reviews a cigar from Rocky Patel. This cigar is from the Fusion line, which means that they use two wrapper quality leafs of tobacco in the construction of this cigar. It’s a toro sized cigar that imparts a lot of great flavors and is a joy to smoke. This cigar is easily a 90.