Partagas 1845 Clasico Robusto: “A solid and highly consistent ‘morning, noon, or night’ smoke for newbs and vets.” See what else you need to know about this cigar in under 2 minutes
Aging Room Pura Cepa hits the bulls-eye on all counts: see more of our quick review, and who we’d recommend this cigar to
The Rafael Gonzalez Churchill offers a long, smooth, and mellow smoke with dominant notes of cedar, nuts and a pinch of sweet spice. A terrific starter cigar – click to see more of our review.
When the band says “Montecristo” cigar smokers pay attention. Blended in collaboration with Plasencia, Montecristo Relentless boasts a core of Nicaraguan long fillers from Jalapa, Condega, and Estelí, all surrounded by a hearty Ometepe binder, and rolled with a tawny Nicaraguan Rosado wrapper. To find out what verdict our judges decreed, watch now.
The CAO Nicaragua Tipitapa issues a creamy-nutty smoke with a well-balanced mix of cashew and nutmeg, plus sweet and peppery spices. Click to see what else you’ll find in our review.
The Avo Maduro No.2 30th Anniversary is an affordably-priced maduro with well-rounded flavors of cedar, dark chocolate, spices, and more. Click to see the rest of the review
The Montecristo Relentless Toro is an affordably-priced Monte with excellent attributes: well-balanced, clean burn, with flavors of cedar, citrus, semi-sweet spice, and more. Read more of our review…
The Fratello Oro Corona offers a creamy, anytime-of-day smoke teeming with notes of cedar, spice and white pepper.
Superb craftsmanship. Good smoke volume and excellent burn. A super-snappy treat for spice hounds…read more now!