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Personal Cigar Review: La Palina Goldie Toro

Personal Cigar Review: La Palina Goldie Toro

This was a solid Goldie and I think it will do well with consumers, mostly because of the size, but it is not my favorite of the Goldies. With time, the flavors will develop in the second and final third, knock on wood, and that will help the cigar in terms of flavors. With that being said, the draw and construction were great and a majority of cigar smokers will truly enjoy.

Personal Cigar Review: Davidoff The Master Selection 2013

Personal Cigar Review: Davidoff The Master Selection 2013

There is depth from start to finish, transitioning throughout and it never lacked the complexity that you expect from an ultra-premium cigar. The balance between the flavors is fantastic and the changing pepper and spice notes is simply great.

Team Cigar Review: Southern Draw Rose of Sharon Toro

Team Cigar Review: Southern Draw Rose of Sharon Toro

Another of the newer Connecticuts that offers a bit more body and strength while the final third was more traditional. I would definitely recommend giving it a try and it's an easy decision to say that I'd smoke more of these.

Personal Cigar Review: Caldwell Anastasia Opera

Personal Cigar Review: Caldwell Anastasia Opera

This is possibly one of the best Caldwell releases I have had, and the blend smokes well throughout the line. It is a blend that needs some time aging though and I believe it smokes better after being stored at a lower humidity level.

Team Cigar Review: Cubariqueño Protocol Themis Toro

Team Cigar Review: Cubariqueño Protocol Themis Toro

For those that aren't fans of traditional Connecticut's, try this, and for those that like medium and above strength cigars, also try it. I'll definitely be smoking more of these and look forward to reviewing the Robusto.

Personal Cigar Review: Camacho Ecuador BXP Toro

Personal Cigar Review: Camacho Ecuador BXP Toro

It had a nice full body and strength quality for most of the cigar, and had a smooth finish which made you want another one right afterwards. Not my favorite Camacho, but a cigar worth trying.

Team Cigar Review: Ventura Archetype Initiation Toro

Team Cigar Review: Ventura Archetype Initiation Toro

The cigar started with a very smooth profile and as it went along, lost the cream which left a primarily oak and baking spice note. Smooth is a great descriptor for this cigar. Maybe the best Archetype I've had thus far.