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Team Cigar Review: H.R. Claro 109

Team Cigar Review: H.R. Claro 109

Being a claro shade, I was not expecting a medium-full strength cigar. But that may be good as it kept me engaged and a little surprised. Overall, a decently good H.R.

Cigar News: Mombacho Cigars Celebrates 11th Anniversary

The 11th Annual Mombacho Cigars Anniversary Party celebrated the continued growth of the Mombacho family. Mombacho Cigars, S.A. invited all of their team along with friends, family and retailers to join in the festivities.

Team Cigar Review: JRE Aladino Robusto

Team Cigar Review: JRE Aladino Robusto

Being 100% Corojo, I had worried that the cigar may be fairly drying, but that wasn't the case. This was a really nice introduction to the JRE portfolio and has me eager to try the other lines.

Beginners Guide to Cigars: What We Wish We Knew

Beginners Guide to Cigars: What We Wish We Knew

If you’ve just gotten into cigars recently or are looking to get into cigars, this is to give some advice on how to set you off on your journey with some knowledge that we wish we had known when we first got into cigars.

Team Cigar Review: Cavalier Genève Black Series Robusto

Team Cigar Review: Cavalier Genève Black Series Robusto

I find the Black Series to be similar as the White Series in the sense that it is also a smooth and balanced profile. The Black Series does deliver more earth and spice, which is welcomed. Overall, a consistently tasty profile with a good mixture of sweet cream, spice and wood.

Team Cigar Review: Jas Sum Kral Crna Nok Toro

Team Cigar Review: Jas Sum Kral Crna Nok Toro

I found the Crna Nok in toro to be overall a consistently good, creamed dark chocolate forward cigar with a good surrounding cast of earthiness. Just for the creamed dark chocolate, I will be returning to this cigar.

Team Cigar Review: Kuuts Roadking Toro

Team Cigar Review: Kuuts Roadking Toro

If you like a dark woody profile with some pepper, this might really fit your wheelhouse and the price point is pretty good, so that may be something that also attracts buyers.

Team Cigar Review: Patoro Brasil Gordito

Team Cigar Review: Patoro Brasil Gordito

I find most cigars utilizing Brazilian tobacco (especially Mata Fina) to be too sickening sweet. This isn't the case with the Patoro Brasil. Perhaps it's due to the hybrid wrapper and/or Dominican tobaccos.

Cigar News: Cigar Dojo & Quesada Cigars Collaborate on Dojo de Luxe

Cigar News: Cigar Dojo & Quesada Cigars Collaborate on Dojo de Luxe

Dojo de Luxe has been crafted at the famed Quesada Cigars factory in the Dominican Republic, blended by Master Blender Manuel (Manolo) Quesada in an effort to capture the essence of traditional, balanced, and ultimately refined smoking experiences of Cuba in its heyday.

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