Manolo Santiago

Casa 1910 Soldadera Edition La Coronela

Team Cigar Review: Casa 1910 Soldadera Edition La Coronela

The Casa 1910 Soldadera Edition La Coronela delivered some enjoyable flavors, and at times seemed to highlight the Brazilian Arapiraca wrapper with dark fruit notes. The last third did its best to deliver a similar profile, but it wasn't as balanced as the rest of the cigar. This is one of the top Casa 1910's I've smoked, and I'd be interested in trying another to see if the last third would improve without a combustion issue.

Team Cigar Review: Casa 1910 Soldadera Edition Sampetrina

Team Cigar Review: Casa 1910 Soldadera Edition Sampetrina

This Casa 1910 Soldadera Edition Sampetrina was a nice Robusto and a solid Connecticut. I would say that it rode the Average/Good line in every category, but it continued to deliver so I had to go with Good overall. I would definitely smoke the cigar again, but at the price I wouldn't pick up a handful of them. Nice profile of cedar, hay, earth and cream.

Team Cigar Review: Casa 1910 Soldadera Edition Teniente Angela

Team Cigar Review: Casa 1910 Soldadera Edition Teniente Angela

I need to smoke the original Casa 1910 again, but this Casa 1910 Soldadera Edition Teniente Angela is the best Casa 1910 I have smoked since that cigar. This might actually be the best cigar they have released. Balanced with tons of flavors. You can get all the tobacco nations in the blend. There is depth and complexity. Beautiful construction. Not an attractive cigar, but one that smokes well. I think this would be popular with a large selection of smokers.

Team Cigar Review: Casa 1910 Revolutionary Edition Tierra Blanca

Team Cigar Review: Casa 1910 Revolutionary Edition Tierra Blanca

I enjoyed the Casa 1910 Revolutionary Edition Tierra Blanca. You got that Mexican San Andres quality, and I could pick up the Sumatra qualities though grown in Mexico. A Mexican experience, and one that I enjoyed. It delivered that richness with balance. Earthiness and spices. Would smoke again. Would be interested to see how the cigar ages.

Team Cigar Review: Casa 1910 Cavalry Edition As de Oro

Team Cigar Review: Casa 1910 Cavalry Edition As de Oro

The Casa 1910 Cavalry Edition As de Oro had a nice start with a nice combination of flavors. From the second third on though, the profile was less dynamic and fairly linear and mundane. Paired with the high price point, it's not a cigar that I'd see coming back to all that often.