Mexico

Team Cigar Review: Casa 1910 Cuchillo Parado

Team Cigar Review: Casa 1910 Cuchillo Parado

This Casa 1910 Cuchillo Parado was a really fun smoking experience, and I enjoyed the blend thoroughly as well. I loved the complexities and profile delivered. The body and strength were perfect with the blend, and the whole profile had this lightness. It never felt to be too much. Balanced and not overwhelming.

Team Cigar Review: Mavros Revolucionarios Especiales

Team Cigar Review: Mavros Revolucionarios Especiales

I was intrigued by the Mavros Revolucionarios Especiales from it being a new brand, originating from Mexico and the story behind it. The price point is quite high, and I see that being a bit of a barrier for people trying it. Based on my experience, I don't see coming back to it, especially at the price point, but I am glad I got a chance to try it.

Team Cigar Review: Casa Turrent 1880 Toro

Team Cigar Review: Casa Turrent 1880 Toro

The Casa Turrent 1880 Toro provided about what I expected with a majority of it being Mexican tobacco. It was a dark wood and earthy combination with some hints of cocoa. I hope to smoke more from Casa Turrent as I'd like to experience more Mexican tobacco focused offerings.

Personal Cigar Review: Casa Turrent Serie 1942 Torpedo

Personal Cigar Review: Casa Turrent Serie 1942 Torpedo

The Casa Turrent Serie 1942 Torpedo is one of those good cigars where it manages to deliver layers of rich flavor from the start all the way to the nub. Given that Casa Turrent grows the San Andres wrapper themselves, it should be no surprise that the cigar ends up being a good example of the San Andres flavor profile.