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Team Cigar Review: Davidoff Chefs Edition 50th Anniversary

Team Cigar Review: Davidoff Chefs Edition 50th Anniversary

The Davidoff Chefs Edition 50th Anniversary is a great cigar and a fantastic use of Yamasa tobacco in the filler blend and wrapper. It is complex in flavor profiles being delivered and with that is some depth and transitioning. As to be expected, Davidoff created a well constructed cigar with high quality tobacco to make for a great smoking experience.

Team Cigar Review: Aging Room Pura Cepa Mezzo

Team Cigar Review: Aging Room Pura Cepa Mezzo

The Aging Room Pura Cepa Mezzo is a pretty good offering from the company and an interesting project being a Nicaraguan puro. I think this would be approachable to any level smoker as there are lots of things to like here. I would have no problem revisiting this cigar although the price point is a bit high.

Team Cigar Review: Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust Sin Compromiso Selección No. 5 Parejo

Team Cigar Review: Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust Sin Compromiso Selección No. 5 Parejo

I enjoyed the Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust Sin Compromiso Selección No. 5 Parejo. I was not blown away by it, or think it was spectacular, but I enjoyed it. While it did show transitioning from start to finish, it was not the transitioning I was hoping for in the cigar. If it delivered what it had in the first third, much different story on the cigar.

Personal Cigar Review: Army of Angel's

Personal Cigar Review: Army of Angel’s

Army of Angel's is a very strong cigar. This is not going to be a cigar that many can smoke and handle, and I believe it is intended to appeal to the strong cigar lovers. I think this is the best release to the market that has had Florida Sun Grown tobacco in the blend, and I also think it is one of the best Medio Tiempo releases from AGANORSA Leaf.

Team Cigar Review: Espinosa Las 6 Provincias LHB

Team Cigar Review: Espinosa Las 6 Provincias LHB

The Espinosa Las 6 Provincias LHB is yet another example of the stronger, spicier side of Espinosa's offerings. For me, this is a post (big) dinner smoke as the spice would be better complimented after such. If you enjoy the "typical" Espinosa offering, you will no doubt enjoy this.

Personal Cigar Review: Sindicato Maduro Toro

Personal Cigar Review: Sindicato Maduro Toro

The flavor profile through the first two thirds seemed a bit hollow and thin. The final third was much fuller even though it wasn't really desirable. Nothing here in the Sindicato Maduro Toro really to capture my attention or want to revisit this cigar, but people should give it a try to determine their thoughts.

Team Cigar Review: Davidoff Golf Scorecard Edition 2016

Team Cigar Review: Davidoff Golf Scorecard Edition 2016

The Davidoff Golf Scorecard Edition 2016 is another good example of the company showing off their good tobacco and blending capabilities focusing on the milder strength, full flavor recipe. Although the list of flavors I tasted wasn't exhaustive (black pepper, cedar, buttery cream, hay), the large format cigar kept my interest and enjoyment throughout the entire time.

Team Cigar Review: Island Lifestyle Aged Reserve Series Maduro Toro

Team Cigar Review: Island Lifestyle Aged Reserve Series Maduro Toro

You get a long smoking time from the Island Lifestyle Aged Reserve Series Maduro Toro, as the others from the brand, so there's some additional value there. Overall, I didn't find any wow factors in the cigar and thought it was fairly average compared to many maduros available on the market.

Personal Cigar Review: Warfighter 5.56 Field Toro

Personal Cigar Review: Warfighter 5.56 Field Toro

The Warfighter 5.56 Field Toro is enjoyable, even though it doesn't carry the great complexity from the first two thirds into the last third. It's a Connecticut Shade cigar that doesn't feature aggressive spice, or overly intense flavors. The 5.56 Field would be an excellent choice for the mild to medium cigar smoker.

Team Cigar Review: Davidoff Art Edition 2017

Team Cigar Review: Davidoff Art Edition 2017

The Davidoff Art Edition 2017 was an overall pleasure to smoke. The large 6x54 had enough peaks and valleys to keep me engaged the entire time, ranging from softness in cedar, nuts, subdued black pepper with minerals and espresso beans towards the back end of the cigar.