After smoking through many Illusione corojo and criollo centric cigars, and now the new Connecticut shade and Equador Habano, it's right and safe to say that Dion is a superb master blender. He just doesn't miss.
This is the Recluse that I know based on sampling a small portion of its portfolio; cigars focused on balance, full flavors and great construction. The loud voice but small population of lancero fanboys will love this one, and is not to be missed.
I find the junior release of the Matilde Quadrata to be their strongest cigar thus far. But true to Matilde's form, it does not compromise full flavors. I enjoyed the interplay of the heated spice paired with sweetness, breadiness and minerality.
A cigar with a dry and earthy profile, consistently fairly strong nicotine throughout the entire smoking experience. This cigar isn't for the faint hearted. If you enjoy a bold cigar, this is not one to pass up.
Drew Estate announced today that they would be releasing a new blend within their Herrera Estelí line. The new cigar will be available exclusively for Small Batch Cigar, also known as Maxamar Ultimate Cigars.