Caridad Torpedo

Posted on: August 7th, 2007 by
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Caridad TorpedoCountry: Dominican Republic Length/Ring: 6 1/2 x 52 Shape: Pyramid Wrapper: Natural Strength: Mild
MSRP: $1.00 My rating: 2.0 stars
Caridad Torpedo cigars are all Dominican long-filler cigars made with rustic U.S. Connecticut wrappers. Mild taste, easy draw, and a nice aroma are some of this cigar's better qualities. The cigar was cheap to start out with, i use them as my "throw away" cigar for when im grilling outside or just cleaning out the storage closet outside. They are also really good to take with you Continue reading the story "Caridad Torpedo"

Romeo Y Julieta Reserva Real Minutos Petites

Posted on: August 3rd, 2007 by
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Romeo Y Julieta PetitesCountry: Dominican Republic Length/Ring: 4 x 30 Shape: Cigarillo Wrapper: Natural Strength: Medium Where to Buy: Tinderbox, Cigars.com, Cigars Direct MSRP: $9.99 My rating: 4.0 stars
These are a great quick smoke that come in a very nice square red tin. When you first light these tiny cigars they fill you with the same flavor as the larger reserva real cigars just in a smaller form. These are great smokes for when you want a break smoke at work or if you are commuting home. The result is a well-balanced, medium-to-full-bodied Continue reading the story "Romeo Y Julieta Reserva Real Minutos Petites"

Partagas Spanish Rosado San Agustin

Posted on: August 1st, 2007 by
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Paratgas Spanish Rosado San Agustin Country: Dominican Republic Length/Ring: 5 1/2 x 52 Shape: Robusto Wrapper: Dark Natural Strength: Full Where to Buy: Tinderbox, Cigars.com, Cigars Direct
My rating: 4.0 stars
This cigar is a Robusto size blended for the cigar smoker seeking a medium bodied, full-flavored cigar. Partagas' flawless hand craftsmanship combined with a rare Honduran wrapper and a robust 3 nation blend, make this complex cigar a very special experience. When i first lit this cigar it has a great smell, the darker oily wrapper was beautiful. After tasting it i could tell it was Continue reading the story "Partagas Spanish Rosado San Agustin"

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Posted on: July 31st, 2007 by
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Gurkha Master’s Select

Posted on: July 31st, 2007 by
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Gurkha Master's SelectCountry: Dominican Republic Length/Ring: 6 x 50 Shape: Toro Wrapper: Natural Strength: Medium Where to Buy: Tinderbox, Cigars.com, Cigars Direct MSRP: $5.00 My rating: 4.5 stars
Gurkha Master Select This is a great smoke. They are hand-rolled from fine tobaccos grown in the Cibao Valley of the Dominican Republic, expertly blended with an aged mixture of Nicaraguan and Honduran long-fillers. The gorgeous, dark yet not maduro, silky Habana 2000 wrapper imparts a rich, creamy flavor with a hint of spice and pleasant, finish with a burst of flavor.

Bolivar Super Fuerte Library Edition Cigar Review

Posted on: July 31st, 2007 by
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Where to Buy: Tinderbox, Cigars.com, Cigars Direct I bought a box of these cigars from JR Cigar a couple of weeks ago, they came with a free ashtray. How awesome is that? Anyway, this is a good medium to full smoke with lots of leathery and coffee notes. The draw is medium to good and the smoke is a nice white cloud. I would recommend this smoke, they retail for around $4.00 a stick. I give this cigar a 7 out of 10

5 Vegas – Torpedo Cigar Review

Posted on: July 30th, 2007 by
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Where to Buy: Tinderbox, Thompson, Cigars.com 5 Vegas Torpedo I smoked a 5 vegas torpedo on Saturday night and it was good. The 5 Vegas line is a good line crafted in the prestigious La Aurora factory in Santiago, Dominican Republic. So you know its comes from a good production line. The draw was good and the cigar is constructed very well. The only con i have with this cigar is the texture and smoke quality are a bit sub par.

Gurkha Legends Maduro Cigar Review

Posted on: July 30th, 2007 by
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Gurkha Legend Maduro Where to Buy: Tinderbox, Cigars.com, Cigars Direct My rating: 5.0 stars
Gurkha Legend Maduro This cigar has to be one of the smoothest cigars i have ever had. They are not the cheapest at around $7-$9 a stick but in my opinion are worth it. It starts with a silky dark maduro wrapper and the oils glisten off of it fresh out of the humidor. When you first light it up you can taste hints of pepper and notes of coffee. Continue reading the story "Gurkha Legends Maduro Cigar Review"

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Posted on: July 30th, 2007 by
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