San Lotano Maduro Cigar Review

I like the look and smell of this cigar. It’s dark brown, almost black, and the tobacco gives a distinctive barnyard aroma to it. There is some spice in the smell as well, gives it a bit of zest. The San Lotano Maduro is a box pressed beauty. From what I can see there is […]

Punch Rare Corojo 10th Anniversary Cigar Review

I received some samples from General Cigar that I have used for this review. In the past when I have smoked some Punch Rare Corojos I didn’t think they were spectacular but they were solid cigars. This cigar might be a little better than solid. The look of the wrapper is a mottled combination of […]

CAO Brazilia Cigar Review

I remember reviewing this cigar once before but it turns out I have reviewed this cigar twice before. Those two reviews were on the Samba vitola (6 ¼” x 54) but this one is on the Gol! (5” x 56), so it should provide some valuable information for you. This cigar was given to me […]

La Flor Dominicana Air Bender Cigar Review

I had a couple of the La Flor Dominicana Air Bender Maestros last summer and I liked them. Hopefully another few months resting in the humidor will have made this cigar even better. Extremely oily wrapper with a number of small veins running from the foot to the cap. It is very uniform in shape […]

Calibre Cigar Review

According to the little card that Miami Cigar & Co. sent with these samples (yes, that’s the full disclosure part) “This 100% Nicaraguan Puro was initially created as a personal house blend of Miami Cigar to be used exclusively for promos but, due to the demand, we were forced to release them.” These cigars come […]