Justin Andrews

Diesel Vintage Series Natural Robusto Gordo

Team Cigar Review: Diesel Vintage Series Natural Robusto Gordo

The Diesel Vintage Series Natural Robusto Gordo had a nice, bold start, but from the second third on, it took a step down as the earth built up and the pepper faded back a bit. Nothing all that exciting about the cigar to make we want to come back to it, but if you're looking for a well priced offering that provides some pop, this would be something to check out.

Sancho Panza The Original Robusto

Personal Cigar Review: Sancho Panza The Original Robusto

The Sancho Panza The Original Robusto started a bit dry, but by the second third, the cigar picked up in enjoyment. The final third dropped down as the earth picked up and was up front with the cedar. Overall, the cigar was decent. It's got a low price point, so it's an easy try. If I came back to this, I'd pair it with a sweet beverage to combat some of the dryness, but on it's own, it's not something I'd focus on.

Team Cigar Review: Bolivar Cofradia Lost & Found EMS Toro

Team Cigar Review: Bolivar Cofradia Lost & Found EMS Toro

The Bolivar Cofradia Lost & Found EMS Toro delivered layered, subtle and nuanced flavors through the first two thirds which kept me engaged and satisfied. The last third wasn't quite up to the same levels, but still pleasant. Once you factor in the price point on these, this would be an absolute no brainer cigar to be smoking on a regular basis.

Personal Cigar Review: Diesel Sunday Gravy San Marzano

Personal Cigar Review: Diesel Sunday Gravy San Marzano

The Diesel Sunday Gravy San Marzano was about what I expected from the brand at this price point, a bundle type flavor profile. While the first third was average, it went downhill from there and isn't something that was all that enjoyable. If you're a Diesel fan or a bundle smoker, give it a try, but I can't see myself coming back to this.