Matilde

Team Cigar Review: Matilde Limited Exposure No. 2

Team Cigar Review: Matilde Limited Exposure No. 2

The Matilde I know makes some of the best fullest flavor and balanced cigars that I've had. So when a new release comes out, I hope they don't deviate from what they do best. In the case of the Matilde Limited Exposure No. 2, they did it again. The flavors of sweet bread, followed by cedar, accented cardboard and wood tannins were tuned just right. Well done.

Team Cigar Review: Matilde Limited Exposure No. 1

Team Cigar Review: Matilde Limited Exposure No. 1

I overall enjoyed this Matilde Limited Exposure No. 1. It follows the same vein of what Matilde executes so well on, being flavor centric, while not including needless strength. Many times, I find Mexican San Andres to be too earthy. Once in a while (such as this time), I find the earthiness to be well complimented by other notes (such as chocolate, fruit tones).

Team Cigar Review: Matilde Serena Corona

Team Cigar Review: Matilde Serena Corona

This is a fantastic cigar. Really nice cinnamon and toasty oak notes throughout. Great performance only adds to the appeal. These could definitely fit with some people as an ideal daily smoke.

Team Cigar Review: Matilde Quadrata Robusto

Team Cigar Review: Matilde Quadrata Robusto

I find the junior release of the Matilde Quadrata to be their strongest cigar thus far. But true to Matilde's form, it does not compromise full flavors. I enjoyed the interplay of the heated spice paired with sweetness, breadiness and minerality.