Cigar Reviews

Personal Cigar Review: Sacra Folium Golden Ratio Robusto

Personal Cigar Review: Sacra Folium Golden Ratio Robusto

The Sacra Folium Golden Ratio Robusto is the fifth and final cigar in the series that I've reviewed. I feel like this cigar was at about the same quality level of all of the others which is right around average. It's worth a shot to try one if you're a Connecticut fan, but for me, it's probably not something I'm going to revisit.

Personal Cigar Review: Montecristo Artisan Series Batch II

Personal Cigar Review: Montecristo Artisan Series Batch II

For me, the Montecristo Artisan Series Batch II is enjoyable and I would smoke more, but the price point is a bit of a deterrent. This is another nice cigar in the Montecristo portfolio which seems to be building a nice offering.

Team Cigar Review: Joya de Nicaragua Antaño Gran Reserva Presidente

Team Cigar Review: Joya de Nicaragua Antaño Gran Reserva Presidente

The Presidente format of the Antaño Gran Reserva, like the Belicoso, is a tasty cigar. For such a big cigar, I would have appreciated more transitions. The good part is, the Presidente from start to finish was a good and consistent profile that will make the 2.5 hours of smoking time go by before you know it.

Personal Cigar Review: Jas Sum Kral Red Knight Toro

Personal Cigar Review: Jas Sum Kral Red Knight Toro

Moving to a new factory doesn't seem to have had any negative impact on the flavor or performance of this line. It is still a well balanced blend of flavor and strength. The Jas Sum Kral Red Knight Toro smokes as well as the other sizes in the line and I would have no problem going back to this cigar on a semi regular basis.

Team Cigar Review: Diesel Whiskey Row Robusto

Team Cigar Review: Diesel Whiskey Row Robusto

The flavor profile of the Diesel Whiskey Row Robusto is very much in line with the profile that would compliment pairing with a whiskey or bourbon. The strength level isn't much more than medium, so someone wouldn't be overpowered by it and it wouldn't overpower the spirit. I could see this cigar doing well with the casual smoker/spirit enthusiast.

Team Cigar Review: Cubariqueño Protocol Official Misconduct Toro

Team Cigar Review: Cubariqueño Protocol Official Misconduct Toro

This Cubariqueño Protocol Official Misconduct Toro was pretty complex as there were various layers of flavors and quite a few flavor transitions. If you're looking for a cigar that will keep your attention the entire time, this is it. I would have no problem revisiting this cigar and recommending it to others.

Personal Cigar Review: La Aurora 1903 Edition Corojo Corona

Personal Cigar Review: La Aurora 1903 Edition Corojo Corona

The La Aurora 1903 Edition Corojo Corona is another nice Corojo offering from La Aurora and creates a nice one-two punch with the Time Capsule Corojo. If you enjoy Corojo, it's well worth your time to check this one out.

Team Cigar Review: Ventura Case Study 04

Team Cigar Review: Ventura Case Study 04

The Ventura Case Study 04 is a tasty example of a complex Connecticut Shade cigar. Although the last third is not at the same level of complexity, the overall cigar experience is good. The Case Study CS/04 is medium strength and medium to medium-full in flavor.

Personal Cigar Review: Berger & Argenti Cuban Copy Punch Punch

Personal Cigar Review: Berger & Argenti Cuban Copy Punch Punch

If you're looking for a lower priced cigar that can deliver a good flavor profile, then the Berger & Argenti Cuban Copy Punch Punch fits the bill. I wouldn't hesitate revisiting this cigar for something to smoke when I'm looking for an enjoyable flavor profile in a smaller vitola. I'd be interested to see if other offerings in this line produce similar results.