Ernesto Perez Carrillo

Cigar News: Crowned Heads The Angel’s Anvil 2019 Details Emerge

Details for the Crowned Heads 2019 TAA release have emerged. The line called The Angel's Anvil reprises it's role for this year and Crowned Heads once again teams up with Ernesto Perez-Carrillo to produce the cigar out of his Tabacalera La Alianza factory in the Dominican Republic.

Team Cigar Review: E.P. Carrillo Encore Majestic

Team Cigar Review: E.P. Carrillo Encore Majestic

The flavor profile of the E.P. Carrillo Encore Majestic consisted of cedar, sweet cream and baking spice later transitioning to charred wood and then a pine note. The cream lost its sweetness as it went along and some mustiness joined in during the second half. I could see myself smoking more of these and would have no problem steering others towards it.

Team Cigar Review: Crowned Heads Court Reserve XVIII Robusto

Team Cigar Review: Crowned Heads Court Reserve XVIII Robusto

The Crowned Heads Court Reserve XVIII Robusto is a proper Mexican San Andres. This wrapper has a tendency to be too earth dominant for me. But Crowned Heads did a great job of tapering the earth with some tasty notes of cherry cordials and creamy bread. That and the evolving spice led to an experience that was enjoyable from first draw to the last.

Team Cigar Review: Balmoral Serie Signaturas Dueto Gran Toro

Team Cigar Review: Balmoral Serie Signaturas Dueto Gran Toro

I really enjoyed the Balmoral Serie Signaturas Dueto Gran Toro and it was great to see Royal Agio team up with E.P. Carrillo. While this may not come across as a "special" or "rare" cigar, it is something different and fun, and is a cigar I would smoke quite frequently if possible. Definitely worth smoking.

Team Cigar Review: MLB Cigar Ventures David P. Ehrlich PLM Series Toro

Team Cigar Review: David P. Ehrlich PLM Series Toro

Overall, I enjoyed the David P. Ehrlich PLM Series Toro. At times, the profile became a bit too earth driven with its dirt/soil, leather and mineral notes. But, there was enough cream and citrus to not make it overly earth dominant. I recommend this to someone that enjoys a heavier profile.

Personal Cigar Review: David P. Ehrlich Tremont Corona

Personal Cigar Review: David P. Ehrlich Tremont Corona

The David P. Ehrlich Tremont Corona is another nice cigar in the MLB portfolio and one I think lots of people will enjoy. I'd definitely be up for smoking more and would be curious to see how this blend smokes in a slightly larger ring gauge.

Cigar News: Shore Things Cigars Announces Store Exclusive in Partnership with Crowned Heads

Cigar News: Shore Thing Cigars Announces Store Exclusive in Partnership with Crowned Heads

A delicious medium bodied cigar that leaves a very creamy toasted caramel flavor on your palate. The cigar becomes milder with every inch and burns perfectly under its EPC construction. The Sumatra wrapper has a very natural and oily sheen much like the leather on a baseball glove and has a triple cap. Cuban size, Dominican Quality, and the incredible flavor of Nicaraguan tobaccos.

Team Cigar Review: Montecristo Ciudad de Música Robusto

Team Cigar Review: Montecristo Ciudad de Música Robusto

While I wouldn't call the Montecristo Ciudad de Música Robusto a true collaboration between blenders, it is a collaboration between brands and I would say it worked well. If you're a fan of Crowned Heads or E.P. Carrillo, it's a must try and this should be a good attraction for people to the Montecristo brand. This is a cigar well done.

Cigar News: Crowned Heads Announces The Angel’s Anvil 2018

Crowned Heads will debut the fifth installment of "The Angel's Anvil" series at the upcoming 50th Annual Tobacconists Association of America (TAA) convention and meeting, to be held at Casa de Campo in La Romana, Dominican Republic, April 29- May 3.