Alec & Bradley Gatekeeper Robusto Cigar Review

The Alec & Bradley brand is named after Alan Rubin’s two sons, who built the said firm without their dad’s help. Their dad is none other than the person behind the most famous cigar brand in the cigar industry, which is Alec Bradley. We all know that Alec Bradley cigars are great, but was the […]

Macanudo Vintage 2006 Toro Cigar Review

The Macanudo Vintage 2006 Toro cigar is a premium cigar that is perfect for any occasion. It’s a medium bodied cigar and has a complex flavor profile that is sure to please any palate. The Macanudo Vintage 2006 Toro is sure to become a favorite in any cigar aficionado’s collection. Wrapper Origin: Connecticut Shape: Toro Length: 6 Ring: […]

AVO Syncro Nicaragua Cigar Review

In replacement of their typical Dominican blend, the AVO Syncro Nicaragua cigar features Nicaraguan Ometepe and Peruvian Olancho long fillers, along with Dominican Piloto Cubano, San Vicente Mejorado, and a hybrid Olor Piloto Cubano leaves. This cigar is the first to be produced as box press. It gives flavors of creaminess, coffee, leather, grass, and […]

H. Upmann 1844 Reserve Churchill Cigar Review

A Nicaraguan binder and an all-Dominican long-filler mix are encased in an oily, leathery, dark, reddish-brown Ecuadorian Habano leaf for the H. Upmann 1844 Reserve Churchill cigar. The Dominican Republic’s Tabacalera de Garcia expertly handcrafts this superb, medium-bodied cigarette. The flavor profile of this cigar was composed of earthy, creamy, sweet, and somewhat spiciness notes. […]

Partagas Cifuentes Maduro Toro Cigar Review

To honor the extensive heritage of the Partagas brand, the Partagas Cifuentes Maduro Toro cigar was initially produced in 2004 and is manufactured in the illustrious legacy of Ramon Cifuentes. The cigar features tastes of espresso, cedar, and spices and comes at a much-appreciated price drop. Its sleek Connecticut Havana Medio Tempo wrapper has been […]

La Flor Dominicana Double Ligero No. 654 Cigar Review

La Flor Dominicana is known for their use of Ligero. For smokers who want strong cigars with deep earthy and spicy flavors, this La Flor Dominicana Double Ligero No. 654 is still one of the most well-liked options. The sleek Ecuadorian wrappers are given a rich, oily patina that shimmers and are filled with a […]

Davidoff Aniversario No. 3 Review

The Davidoff brand has a long history of providing excellent tobacco products and taking pride in the quality they produce. Founded in the 1900s, Davidoff has since grown to become one of the largest premium cigar producers in the world and uses only the finest tobaccos available. Davidoff produces some of the most sought-after cigars […]

Davidoff Yamasa Petit Churchill Review

Davidoff Yamasa Petit Churchill was a cigar produced after 20 years of trying different blends. The Yamasa of the Dominican Republic was successfully transformed into a tobacco-growing land with the emergence of Davidoff Yamasa, and this was the goal of master blender Henke Kelner. He found a swampland which is about 20 miles outside of […]

Partagas Naturales Cigar Review

Partagas Yellow Box Naturales offer a great way to try some of Partagas’ top-notch blends. These cigars are known for their exclusive Cameroon wrapper, which adds a delicious smooth taste. This particular cigar is wrapped in a luxurious yellow gold foil that symbolizes the natural richness of it. It has been added with a sweetened […]

Partagas Legend Cigar Review

The connoisseur’s choice, the Partagas Legend Toro Leyenda cigar, is a testament to an already impressive heritage. Created for those who enjoy a more robust smoke, the Leyenda lives up to its name in appearance and taste. It features a hand-selected wrapper of Connecticut Broadleaf with a shade of Colorado Maduro darkening toward the foot […]