Corona Gorda

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.

Team Cigar Review: Jeremy Jack JJ14 Corona Gorda

Team Cigar Review: Jeremy Jack JJ14 Corona Gorda

The Jeremy Jack JJ14 shows just how far you can push the complexity of a cigar with an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper, without losing the essence of Connecticut flavor. The Aganorsa tobaccos blend together in a delightful combination of flavors that never seem to overpower the palate.

Team Cigar Review: Serino Wayfarer Corona Gorda

Team Cigar Review: Serino Wayfarer Corona Gorda

The Serino Wayfarer Corona Gorda was first and foremost all about flavor with strength as a second thought. Although tasty, the balance was thrown off at times such that it was too mineral forward, taking away from the other nuances and complexities. Nonetheless, this is a great new addition to Serino's portfolio and well worth checking out.

Team Cigar Review: Jeremy Jack JJ15 Corona Gorda

Team Cigar Review: Jeremy Jack JJ15 Corona Gorda

This cigar no doubt has Aganorsa Corojo profile written all over it. Rich and deep spice, sweetness, earth, it's all there. Love Jeremy Jack for sourcing their cigars from a top notch factory and quality tobacco. I'm very interested to taste the remaining offerings.

Team Cigar Review: Foundation The Wise Man Maduro Corona Gorda

Team Cigar Review: Foundation The Wise Man Maduro Corona Gorda

The flavor profile was pretty nice and exhibited some good complexities through the first two thirds. Performance was very good and required no attention. Definitely give this a try as it’s one I’ll be looking forward to smoking more of.

Team Cigar Review: Cornelius & Anthony Cornelius Corona Gorda

Team Cigar Review: Cornelius & Anthony Cornelius Corona Gorda

A tasty and unique profile through and through. The combination of meatiness and rich roasted nuttiness to my surprise worked very well off each other. This paired with just the right amount of balanced spice created a tasting profile well enjoyed and very much worth seeking out more of.

Team Cigar Review: Warped Flor del Valle Sky Flower 2017

Team Cigar Review: Warped Flor del Valle Sky Flower 2017

The cigar needs more aging (1 to 2 years) for especially the Medio Tiempo to meld with the other tobacco leaves. In my experience, once the Medio Tiempo further ages, the cigar will be less spicy and slick, and a better melded array of flavors will be the result.

Team Cigar Review: Partagas 2015 Habanos Añejados

Team Cigar Review: Partagas 2015 Habanos Añejados

The performance was perfect, but flavor is the name of the game and this cigar just doesn't have it. It's a bit disappointing as this series was supposed to be something special and it just doesn't deliver.