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Team Cigar Review: Byron Serie Siglo XXI Aristócratas

Team Cigar Review: Byron Serie Siglo XXI Aristócratas

Overall, I enjoyed my experience with the Byron Serie Siglo XXI Aristócratas. For fans of softer and more subtle notes (think a more traditional Connecticut shade or Cuban cigar), this will be a good fit. The only gripe I have is, for such a long (3 hour) smoking time, there weren't enough transitions and build ups as I'd like it to have.

Team Cigar Review: Atabey Spiritus

Team Cigar Review: Atabey Spiritus

The Atabey Spiritus is a complex and rich Lancero smoking experience. The cigar has bold flavors that don't overwhelm the palate, for a truly luxurious profile. If you are an Atabey fan, or are simply looking for a premiere smoking experience, you would do well to pick yourself up a Spiritus.

Team Cigar Review: MBombay Classic Torpedo

Team Cigar Review: MBombay Classic Torpedo

The MBombay Classic Torpedo is on the higher cost side, but as most of the MBombay offerings, it can earn that. If you like a good dose of flavor with a lower strength level, then this is a cigar that is well worth seeking out. I'm looking forward to smoking more.

Personal Cigar Review: Byron Siglo XX Londinenses

Personal Cigar Review: Byron Siglo XX Londinenses

This would be more of a special occasion smoke and in that regard, the cigar doesn't disappoint. If you reach for this cigar, make sure it's something you can dedicate the time to uninterrupted as it deserves your full attention to get all of the flavors it presents. I would gladly smoke more of these when the opportunity presents itself.

Team Cigar Review: Bombay Tobak Gaaja Torpedo

Team Cigar Review: Bombay Tobak Gaaja Torpedo

This is a cigar that requires your attention, so I wouldn't recommend smoking it while you are doing other things or pairing it with much more than water. For those that are fans of nuanced flavors, this is a must try.

Team Cigar Review: Atabey Divinos

Team Cigar Review: Atabey Divinos

The flavor is primarily centered around wood and carried some baking spice, black pepper and cream as accompanying notes. I'd recommend a larger vitola if you want to try the line, but this still provides an enjoyable experience.

Team Cigar Review: Bandolero Pack II Traviesos

Team Cigar Review: Bandolero Pack II Traviesos

I know that this line gets lost with the Atabey and Byron getting most of the attention, but this is still a pretty solid smoke. I would definitely recommend picking one up to give a try.

Team Cigar Review: Byron Serie Siglo XXI Elegantes

Team Cigar Review: Byron Serie Siglo XXI Elegantes

This is by no means an everyday cigar for the typical cigar enthusiast, as the taste has the price to match it. But for those more special occasions, or when you just want to treat yourself, this is it.