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Team Cigar Review: Jeremy Jack JJ Forty Two

Team Cigar Review: Jeremy Jack JJ Forty Two

The Jeremy Jack JJ Forty Two was an overall average flavor profile and overall smoking experience. The cigar lacked depth and was linear the entire time. It would have helped quite a bit to have breaks from the earth and spice formula of red pepper spice and generic dry wood. Specifically, help from some sweetness and fruit would have made a big impact.

Team Cigar Review: Jeremy Jack Blarney Stick

Team Cigar Review: Jeremy Jack Blarney Stick

Although it's fun and festive, I admit I almost never look forward to candela cigars. They are typically too vegetal and boring in flavors for me. In the case of the Jeremy Jack Blarney Stick, I'm happy to say it wasn't entirely like this. What especially kept me engaged was the sweet tip. I'm typically quick to take a big deuce on sweet tips, but it actually worked on this cigar.

Team Cigar Review: Jeremy Jack Prints

Team Cigar Review: Jeremy Jack Prints

The Jeremy Jack Prints had a nice start for a short time and then became young and fairly simple. It never recovered after that and was average the rest of the way. I was interested to see how the new second generations from the brand would do and this first one was a bit of a miss for me. I'm still interested in smoking through the other releases, but I likely won't be returning to this one.

Team Cigar Review: Jeremy Jack JJ14 Lancero

Team Cigar Review: Jeremy Jack JJ14 Lancero

While this is not a true lancero, and it is classified as a lancero, it was an enjoyable super corona. The flavors were fairly consistent from start to finish, but it was a nice flavor profile that had depth. The Jeremy Jack JJ14 Lancero was rich and spicy with the wonderful qualities of AGANORSA tobacco.

Personal Cigar Review: Jeremy Jack JJ23 Robusto

Personal Cigar Review: Jeremy Jack JJ23 Robusto

While the Jeremy Jack JJ23 Robusto isn't a wow cigar, it could be attractive to fans of San Andres. While I wouldn't necessarily go back to this often, I wouldn't have a problem smoking it again if I had access to them.

Cigar News: Jeremy Jack Releases JJ14 Lancero

Jeremy Jack is releasing a line extension to their JJ14 line. The new vitola is a lancero that measures 7.5x42. They are available in boxes of 20 and the cigars retail for about $9.00 each.

Team Cigar Review: Jeremy Jack JJ14 Corona Gorda

Team Cigar Review: Jeremy Jack JJ14 Corona Gorda

The Jeremy Jack JJ14 shows just how far you can push the complexity of a cigar with an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper, without losing the essence of Connecticut flavor. The Aganorsa tobaccos blend together in a delightful combination of flavors that never seem to overpower the palate.

Team Cigar Review: Jeremy Jack El Chapo

Team Cigar Review: Jeremy Jack El Chapo

The Jeremy Jack El Chapo is my second experience with the Jeremy Jack brand and it was another good experience, so I'm definitely looking forward to the other lines. If you're a Casa Fernandez/Aganorsa fan and like cigars in this vitola, then I think it would be worth your time to track these down.

Team Cigar Review: Jeremy Jack JJ15 Corona Gorda

Team Cigar Review: Jeremy Jack JJ15 Corona Gorda

This cigar no doubt has Aganorsa Corojo profile written all over it. Rich and deep spice, sweetness, earth, it's all there. Love Jeremy Jack for sourcing their cigars from a top notch factory and quality tobacco. I'm very interested to taste the remaining offerings.