Corona

Team Cigar Review: Oliva Gilberto Reserva Corona

Team Cigar Review: Oliva Gilberto Reserva Corona

The Oliva Gilberto Reserva Corona smokes more like a $7 to $8 dollar cigar as the overall bouquet of flavors doesn't merit a cheap cigar at all. The flavor in itself isn't all that complex but it is enjoyable. For these reasons, I would revisit and many fans of "yard gars" will find this pleasing.

Team Cigar Review: Joya de Nicaragua Clasico Número 6

Team Cigar Review: Joya de Nicaragua Clasico Número 6

The Joya de Nicaragua Clasico Número 6 had a bit more black pepper spice to it than most newly marketed Equadorian Connecticut shade wrapped cigars, in which I found it to be a pleasant surprise. I'm looking forward to smoking the remaining sizes in the lineup to especially gauge how much spice each vitola delivers.

Team Cigar Review: Foundation Tabernacle Havana Seed CT #142 Corona

Team Cigar Review: Foundation Tabernacle Havana Seed CT #142 Corona

In the case of the Foundation Tabernacle Havana Seed CT #142 Corona, the pure number of full flavors ranging from sweetness in chocolate, bread to spices such as dry red peppers and cinnamon made me engaged the entire time. So engaged that every draw made me say "dang this is legit." Excellent job by Nick.

Team Cigar Review: Partagas Legend Corona Extra Leyenda

Team Cigar Review: Partagas Legend Corona Extra Leyenda

The Partagas Legend Corona Extra Leyenda is an enjoyable smoking experience. With a complex flavor profile of cream, chocolate, leather, pepper, baking spices and loamy earth. I particularly enjoyed the vitola, and found the soft square press very comfortable.

Team Cigar Review: Caldwell Long Live the King MAD MF Corona

Team Cigar Review: Caldwell Long Live the King MAD MF Corona

The Caldwell Long Live the King MAD MF Corona is a really enjoyable cigar and a great new offering from Caldwell. Very different than the original Long Live the King. You can't go into the cigar looking for similarities to the original. Just a great cigar all around and one I will come back to down the road.

Team Cigar Review: HVC Edicion Especial 2018 Corona

Team Cigar Review: HVC Edicion Especial 2018 Corona

This HVC Edicion Especial 2018 Corona is Aganorsa Corojo done right and what I love about a well made Aganorsa cigar. The flavor count was pretty crazy, nearing ten. It's not just that the number of flavors were many, but the flavors worked very well together.

Team Cigar Review: Illusione OneOff Corona

Team Cigar Review: Illusione OneOff Corona

The Illusione OneOff Corona was an overall good tasting profile but it tasted young. Not quite ready yet, but this will be something great to have a box of to smoke every few months to gauge its changing potential.

Personal Cigar Review: La Aurora 1903 Edition Maduro Corona

Personal Cigar Review: La Aurora 1903 Edition Maduro Corona

The flavor profile of the La Aurora 1903 Edition Maduro Corona was fairly average throughout. It started with some complexity around dark wood, earth, baking spice and dark chocolate and then became focused around the wood and earth as it progressed. For those that are fans of Ariparaca, they might find something they really enjoy here.

Personal Cigar Review: David P. Ehrlich Tremont Corona

Personal Cigar Review: David P. Ehrlich Tremont Corona

The David P. Ehrlich Tremont Corona is another nice cigar in the MLB portfolio and one I think lots of people will enjoy. I'd definitely be up for smoking more and would be curious to see how this blend smokes in a slightly larger ring gauge.