Corona Extra

Team Cigar Review: Chogüí Papa Chogüí Corona Extra

Team Cigar Review: Chogüí Papa Chogüí Corona Extra

The cigar took off well within the first third and I enjoyed the plum-like stone fruits quite a bit. But that flavor alone cannot make up for the re-light and last third's hot burn. I'd like to sit on some of these cigars and revisit down the road in the hopes of the profile closer matching the first third's flavors.

Team Cigar Review: Herrera Esteli Miami Corona Extra

Team Cigar Review: Herrera Esteli Miami Corona Extra

I really liked the small transitions that the cigar started with. At the midway point, the flavors became more linear. This is another nice addition to the Herrera Esteli line and one I would gladly revisit in the future.

Team Cigar Review: Black Label Trading Company Bishops Blend Corona Larga

Team Cigar Review: Black Label Trading Company Bishops Blend Corona Larga

Based on the chocolate note alone, the cigar is good and is worth anyone's time. The earthiness and spice levels did nicely round out the profile but didn't fully capture the moment. Even with all that said, I'd smoke the cigar again just to taste the wonderful chocolate notes.

Personal Cigar Review: AJ Fernandez Last Call

Personal Cigar Review: AJ Fernandez Last Call

A technically great performing cigar with some good complexity build ups and transitions (minus the last third). But given the 100 minutes of smoking time for this "last call," I will light this one up during half time.

Team Cigar Review: Hoyo de Monterrey 2015 Habanos Añejados

Team Cigar Review: Hoyo de Monterrey 2015 Habanos Añejados

The flavors were all pretty mellow, but mixed well. This would easily be approachable for any level of smoker. If you have any of these or come across them, I would recommend smoking them now as I'm not sure age will do much to help. I would say worth a try though.