Oscar Valladares

Team Cigar Review: Oscar Valladares Super Fly Connecticut

Team Cigar Review: Oscar Valladares Super Fly Connecticut Corona

I liked the Oscar Valladares Super Fly Connecticut. This is a great Honduran Connecticut wrapper. I thought the cigar was released in a great size and it delivered a solid flavor profile with transitioning taking place throughout. It had a nice body and strength level, construction was great, and priced really well. I would definitely come back to these and recommend them to many.

Team Cigar Review: Oscar Valladares Wild Hunter Maduro

Team Cigar Review: Oscar Valladares Wild Hunter Maduro

The Oscar Valladares Wild Hunter Maduro started out as an average experience in the first third that unfortunately became a subpar experience through the second and last third. The initial flavors of sweet nuttiness and cedar were overrun by toasted earth, char, bitterness, and at times, tannic cedar. Overall, a subpar experience.

Team Cigar Review: Oscar Valladares Super Fly Super Corona

Team Cigar Review: Oscar Valladares Super Fly Super Corona

Overall, I enjoyed the Oscar Valladares Super Fly Super Corona. The packaging was a little over the top, but at the same time perfect for the name of the cigar. The blend itself backed up the packaging and overall presentation of the cigar, and that is what is important.

Team Cigar Review: 2012 by Oscar Barber Pole

Team Cigar Review: 2012 by Oscar Barber Pole

In the case of the 2012 by Oscar Barber Pole, it tastes a lot more Mexican San Andres than Candela. Flavors of caramel, drying wood, leather, minerals and nuts were the main components of this cigar. I overall enjoyed the cigar's journey of sweetness to earthiness and would happily smoke this again.