D’Crossier

Team Cigar Review: Lords of England Connecticut No. 3 Churchill

Team Cigar Review: Lords of England Connecticut No. 3 Churchill

The Lords of England Connecticut No. 3 Churchill started with a nice profile but once the sweetness left and dry earth joined in, it knocked the profile down to average the rest of the way. With a profile this linear, I would prefer it in a shorter vitola rather than such a lengthy smoking experience. This vitola isn't something I'd likely return to, but I would be interested in revisiting this in the Robusto to see what the overall profile would be like. Might be interesting paired with some coffee.

Team Cigar Review: Flor de D’Crossier Selection 512 Maduro Coloniales

Team Cigar Review: Flor de D’Crossier Selection 512 Maduro Coloniales

Some really nice oak and cinnamon notes through the first two thirds and then a drop in flavor in the final third as the tight draw caught up to the cigar. The Flor de D’Crossier Selection 512 Maduro Coloniales is a great new release for Santana and I'm looking forward to smoking more.

Team Cigar Review: D’Crossier Golden Blend Robusto

Team Cigar Review: D’Crossier Golden Blend Robusto

The D’Crossier Golden Blend Robusto had a nuanced and downright delicious tasting profile unfortunately leveled by a poor burn performance. Even factoring that, I did enjoy the flavor profile and will gladly smoke more, even if I have to light it again (and again).