Back in the summer of 2011 I reviewed the first offering from a brand new cigar company now called RoMa Craft Tobac (I don’t think that’s what it was called back then but my memory may be faulty). The cigar was the CroMagnon and it was an excellent cigar; a robust, flavorful example of what […]
A while ago I did a review of the La Flor Dominicana Double Ligero Chisel Maduro and I loved it. In fact, it was my favorite cigar of 2010, which says something. So then I decided to try the one with the natural wrapper. The cigar is undeniably cool. The chiseled head is unique and […]
First off, I would like to thank Cigars Direct for sending me this cigar to review. Very kind of you all and, as always, if this cigar is horrible I’ll tell you. If it’s good, I’ll tell you. Just because someone sent me this sample doesn’t mean they’re going to get a good score. I’ve […]
While it is not a particularly good-looking cigar I can safely say that I am not too worried. Sure, there are some rips in the wrapper, it feels dry, it’s a little misshapen by the foot and there are some pronounced veins on the wrapper. The reason why I am not worried about the quality […]
XL For Men? That’s really a name for a cigar? That sounds gimmicky to me.
But it actually shows some promise. It is a good cigar with lots of flavor at first. Then something happened. All of the flavors just disappear because there is a really bad draw for this cigar.
It really is a shame because I was enjoying it immensely. So much so that I was going to give it 90+ points. But because of the draw and the disappearing flavors I had to knock it down some.