Cigar Reviews

Team Cigar Review: Jeremy Jack El Chapo

Team Cigar Review: Jeremy Jack El Chapo

The Jeremy Jack El Chapo is my second experience with the Jeremy Jack brand and it was another good experience, so I'm definitely looking forward to the other lines. If you're a Casa Fernandez/Aganorsa fan and like cigars in this vitola, then I think it would be worth your time to track these down.

Team Cigar Review: Macanudo Inspirado White Robusto

Team Cigar Review: Macanudo Inspirado White Robusto

I feel like the Macanudo Inspirado White Robusto truly stood out as an interesting cigar with great flavor complexity. I would not hesitate to recommend this cigar to a wide array of cigar smokers, and will be adding it to my purchase list for 2018.

Team Cigar Review: Dominion Classic Robusto

Team Cigar Review: Dominion Classic Robusto

Sumatra is an interesting leaf and one that is tough to do really well as it can produce a dry profile. The Dominion Classic Robusto didn't exhibit that until the final third. The flavor profile was pretty typical with oak the primary player and it wasn't anything extraordinary. If you're a Sumatra fan, it's well worth your time to check it out to see what you think.

Team Cigar Review: Debonaire Daybreak Robusto

Team Cigar Review: Debonaire Daybreak Robusto

I find the Debonaire Daybreak Robusto to be a clean and nuanced flavor delivery. The notes although not overly complex, worked well together, giving an overall mild-medium body and strength, easy going flavor profile.

Team Cigar Review: Ventura Hugo Chairman Robusto

Team Cigar Review: Ventura Hugo Chairman Robusto

The Ventura Hugo Chairman Robusto, in my opinion, was a sweet dessert. The sweetened milk chocolate note was upfront and dominant the vast majority of the time until the last third where much needed spice and minerals was available. Overall, a unique and interesting bundle of flavors.

Personal Cigar Review: La Instructora Perfection Invicto

Personal Cigar Review: La Instructora Perfection Invicto

The La Instructora Perfection Invicto is a fun size that gives the smoker the experience to enjoy all the tobaccos in the blend and see the impact that they have on the cigar with a different ring gauge. If you want to know what quality Dominican Criollo '98 and Dominican Piloto Cubano taste like, this is a cigar that will give you just that.

Team Cigar Review: Cornelius & Anthony Señor Esugars Robusto

Team Cigar Review: Cornelius & Anthony Señor Esugars Robusto

Cornelius & Anthony really has something special going on with their proprietary U.S. binder. The combination of this binder and utilization of La Zona sourced tobaccos brings an added layer of punch that is both unique and tasty in this Señor Esugars. This is definitely one to try especially if you enjoy heavy spice and earth cigars.

Team Cigar Review: Drew Estate FSG Toro

Team Cigar Review: Drew Estate FSG Toro

The flavor profile is quite interesting with the wood notes and heavy earthiness along with the unique citrus note. Construction was excellent and this cigar just poured out smoke. The FSG tobacco project is very interesting and with smoking this cigar, and other vitolas, has me very interested in trying some of the other brands/lines that use this tobacco.

Team Cigar Review: Casa Fernandez Condega Corojo Serie S Robusto

Team Cigar Review: Casa Fernandez Condega Corojo Serie S Robusto

The Casa Fernandez Condega Corojo Serie S Robusto shows a familiar TABSA style being rich in flavors. But the spike in white pepper spice is at times overbearing, and throws off balance and refinement. I liked the cigar but am more interested to see what further age will do.