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Team Cigar Review: Serino Studio Serino Elenor Rose Lady 48

Team Cigar Review: Serino Studio Serino Elenor Rose Lady 48

The Serino Studio Serino Elenor Rose Lady 48 started well with the nuanced floral note providing a nice touch, The second third dropped down a level as the floral note was very faint and maintained that level the rest of the way. Overall, the cigar was OK, The price point is attractive and the cigar is worth a try. I might come back to it from time to time, but it wouldn't be something I return to all that often.

Personal Cigar Review: Drew Estate Liga Privada Único Serie Velvet Rat

Personal Cigar Review: Drew Estate Liga Privada Único Serie Velvet Rat

Overall, the Drew Estate Liga Privada Único Serie Velvet Rat started nicely, but became average by the second third as the flavor profile was pretty basic. This cigar doesn't have the vibrance it once did, which is understandable due to its age. If you have some of these, smoke them, as time isn't going to make them any better.

Team Cigar Review: Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust Sobremesa Brûlée Blue

Team Cigar Review: Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust Sobremesa Brûlée Blue

The Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust Sobremesa Brûlée Blue is a good cigar that has amazing construction and great flavors. The cigar is complex and balanced and it keeps that solid medium body and strength profile from beginning to end. It is much better than the original Brûlée release and the vitola offering is better as well.

Team Cigar Review: Montecristo Dantés Edición Limitada 2016

Team Cigar Review: Montecristo Dantés Edición Limitada 2016

The Montecristo Dantés Edición Limitada 2016 is not a Habanos I would gravitate to more often than not, I prefer regular production Montecristo offerings to this, but a very solid release. I would recommend this Habanos to those who have the opportunity to purchase some, and I think many would find that they smoke well in a couple years. I look forward to see how it smokes in years to come.