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Cigars News: Cavalier Genève LE2020 Begins Shipping

Cigars News: Cavalier Genève LE2020 Begins Shipping

The LE2020 (Limited Edition 2020) limited to 1000 boxes is individually numbered by hand. Every box contains 10 Toro (6x54) box pressed cigars. The blend has not been disclosed by Cavalier Genève, as usual with this yearly release.

Team Cigar Review: 601 La Bomba Warhead VI

Team Cigar Review: 601 La Bomba Warhead VI

The 601 La Bomba Warhead VI is a really enjoyable figurado and it delivers solid flavors with a nice strength and body level. This is a cigar that will speak to those who are looking for dark and rich flavors with a nice strength and body level. I'm not sure if I would age them, and I say that because I think age will take away from the qualities that make it great now.

Cigar News: Alec Bradley Project 40 Maduro Begins Shipping

Cigar News: Alec Bradley Project 40 Maduro Begins Shipping

Alec Bradley Cigar Co. today announced that the Alec Bradley Project 40 Maduro is now shipping to tobacconists. Project 40 Maduro is the second cigar line in the 'Experimental Series' and the follow-up to the critically acclaimed Project 40 line of cigars.

Watch Us on 4 Shots With Tony and Jeremy

John and Aaron were guests on the 4 Shots with Tony and Jeremy show on November 24th. The show is hosted by Tony Bellatto, Jeremy McDonald and Brandon Noel and consists of discussions around various topics, cigar related or not, and is mixed in with breaks for shots. As expected, the topics get wilder as the number of shots go up.

Team Cigar Review: Camacho Nicaragua Robusto

Team Cigar Review: Camacho Nicaragua Robusto

The Camacho Nicaragua Robusto showcases some of the better flavor components from Nicaraguan tobacco. Rather than overpower you with spice and pepper, the cigar offers up baking spices, creaminess and sweetness that kept me engaged throughout the review experience. I will still continue to smoke these when I have the opportunity.

Cigar News: Davidoff and BLEND Bar Collaborate on The BLEND Exclusive Salomones

Cigar News: Davidoff and BLEND Bar Collaborate on The BLEND Exclusive Salomones

A partnership five years in the making results in a truly rare and luxurious cigar made with exceptional tobaccos, hand rolled by a select few of the most talented rollers and produced by the maker of the finest cigars in the world, Davidoff Cigars. The cigar boasts a striking format with a ring gauge of 57 and a proud length of 8.5 inches, and is available exclusively at BLEND locations.

Cigar News: Casa Cuevas Gains Availability in the United Kingdom

Casa Cuevas Cigars announces that the Casa Cuevas line of cigars is now available to the United Kingdom public. New World of Cigars ltd., (a popular online entity specializing in boutique cigars) represents the first-time entry of Casa Cuevas into the European market.

Team Cigar Review: Perdomo 10th Anniversary Maduro Robusto

Team Cigar Review: Perdomo 10th Anniversary Maduro Robusto

The Perdomo 10th Anniversary Maduro Robusto overall was a pretty reliable offering in the Maduro space. Based on the review experience, if I was looking for a good Maduro offering I would be inclined to smoke the 10th Anniversary Maduro Robusto again.

Personal Cigar Review: A.C.E. Prime M.X.S. Signature Tiago Splitter Robusto

Personal Cigar Review: A.C.E. Prime M.X.S. Signature Tiago Splitter Robusto

The A.C.E. Prime M.X.S. Signature Tiago Splitter Robusto had a nice start but as the toast level increased and the vegetal note joined, it became average and maintained that level the rest of the way. I might smoke this again, but it's not something that I'll be in a hurry to do so. For fans of candelas, I would say give this a try as it performs very similarly.

Team Cigar Review: CAO Expedición TAA Exclusive 2020

Team Cigar Review: CAO Expedición TAA Exclusive 2020

The CAO Expedición TAA Exclusive 2020 showed promise in the first third, but as I progressed into the second and final third, I found the flavor profile to remain stagnant and somewhat flat. Overall, if there was more complexity and depth, and some transitioning into the second and final third, this cigar would have done well.

Aaron LoomisHome