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Team Cigar Review: Joya Black by Joya de Nicaragua Nocturno

Team Cigar Review: Joya Black by Joya de Nicaragua Nocturno

This is a cigar that has a darker profile but not necessarily high in strength. It's something that fits perfect as an after dinner cigar. I could see myself smoking this fairly frequently and I think fans of this flavor profile would as well. If you haven't tried it, it's well worth your time to check out.

Team Cigar Review: H.R. Habano Corona

Team Cigar Review: H.R. Habano Corona

This is still the line that shines the brightest for H.R. to me, as other vitolas I have smoked have also been pretty good. I would have no problem with smoking this cigar again.

Team Cigar Review: Warped Lirio Rojo

Team Cigar Review: Warped Lirio Rojo

Although a good cigar, it did not have any wow factors like the Maestro Del Tiempo 6102R or the La Colmena Black Honey. Wow in the sense of having that extra pop in fullness of flavors, so good you'd want to smoke the entire box/bundle in one sitting.

Team Cigar Review: Warped Villa Sombra Mojitos

Team Cigar Review: Warped Villa Sombra Mojitos

The strength level is a good fit for this cigar, and some people may find this a great daily smoke as I could see this to be a great pairing with coffee in the morning.

Team Cigar Review: Matilde Serena Corona

Team Cigar Review: Matilde Serena Corona

This is a fantastic cigar. Really nice cinnamon and toasty oak notes throughout. Great performance only adds to the appeal. These could definitely fit with some people as an ideal daily smoke.

Cigar Line Analysis: Southern Draw QuickDraw Connecticut

Cigar Line Analysis: Southern Draw QuickDraw Connecticut

I enjoyed both vitolas equally. Both will pair great with the conventional Connecticut cigar pairing of coffee. Both will also stand well by itself, as the cigars provide good depth of flavors, body and finish for any time of the day. Robert Holt’s years in the making has paid off well especially for us flavor forward cigar lovers.