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Team Cigar Review: Punch Gran Puro Nicaragua Toro

Team Cigar Review: Punch Gran Puro Nicaragua Toro

The flavor profile carried earthiness and cocoa through the first third and then moved into a pretty standard profile of earthiness and wood the rest of the way. The price point on this cigar is great, so even though the flavors didn't wow me, it was very consistent and would allow someone who finds this cigar a fit for them to go pretty deep on them as a daily smoke.

Team Cigar Review: Island Lifestyle Aged Reserve Series Sun Grown Toro

Team Cigar Review: Island Lifestyle Aged Reserve Series Sun Grown Toro

The Island Lifestyle Aged Reserve Series Sun Grown Toro is a nice, flavorful cigar that allows you to just focus on those flavors. I'm very interested in trying the other lines now and would say this is one I'll gladly smoke more of and something worthwhile to check out to see if you agree.

Team Cigar Review: Dapper El Borracho Natural Toro

Team Cigar Review: Dapper El Borracho Natural Toro

The Dapper El Borracho Natural Toro was a good introduction to the brand for me. This one has me looking forward to the other lines the company offers. Strength was a bit above medium, so most smokers should be fine with it. I could see this cigar pairing well with a peated whisky. The cigar is well worth a try to see if you find a new brand that can earn some room in your humidor.

Team Cigar Review: AVO Syncro South America Ritmo Toro

Team Cigar Review: AVO Syncro South America Ritmo Toro

The AVO Syncro South America Ritmo Toro started with a nice mellow wood and baking spice mix and then increased in the fullness of flavors. Other than the ratios of these flavors, there wasn't much in the way of transitions, but that's OK as the flavor was good. Construction was also very good and didn't require any attention.

Team Cigar Review: Hit & Run Super Toro

Team Cigar Review: Hit & Run Super Toro

Not entirely sure what Hit & Run means but the cigar's profile sure doesn't feel like a hit and run. Instead, it shows balance with increasing intensities in various spices and earthiness. I love cigars (like this) where I can enjoy full retrohales without scorching my nostrils.

Team Cigar Review: Espinosa Reggae Dread

Team Cigar Review: Espinosa Reggae Dread

I found it to be on the more delicate and smoother side of flavors. I enjoyed the nuances of the cigar with the earthed spice delivery and creamed roasted nuttiness prevalent throughout the entire cigar.

Team Cigar Review: AJ Fernandez New World Puro Especial Toro

Team Cigar Review: AJ Fernandez New World Puro Especial Toro

As I was hoping, AJ brought a stronger game to a blend under his own brand. Strength is a bit up there, so fans of AJ's stronger blends will be right at home here. This would be a great evening/after dinner cigar and I'm sure would stand up to some nice brown spirits.

Team Cigar Review: Crux Limitada PB5

Team Cigar Review: Crux Limitada PB5

There is something truly special about the Engañoso wrapper. Knowing it's limited availability, don't snooze on these as when they are gone, you'll be SOL and will be crying in the corner. Simply delicious.

Team Cigar Review: Freyja Mjölnir

Team Cigar Review: Freyja Mjölnir

I love a cigar that delivers a rich and oily tasting profile such as this Freya Mjölnir. The only downside to this cigar is the ability to fully capture what I experienced within the first third to the entire smoking experience.

Team Cigar Review: Montecristo 520 Edición Limitada 2012

Team Cigar Review: Montecristo 520 Edición Limitada 2012

As a cigar, it is aging well for the four to five years it has been since it was first released and it does a nice job of delivering some enjoyable flavors of spice and mocha. I would definitely recommend for someone to purchase if the opportunity is there as you can enjoy these now or with more age.