Asylum Insidious Cigar Review
The Asylum Insidious is an affordable cigar that is mild to medium strength. The cigar has a Honduran binder and filler and an Ecuadorian Connecticut Shade wrapper. The sweetness of the cap, which seems to have been coated in sugar on purpose, is the aspect of this cigar that stands out the most in terms […]
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 […]
Bolivar Cofradia Cigar Review
In order to make the Bolivar Cofradia, the late, renowned master blender Estélo Padrón used an Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper, Honduras and Nicaraguan filler, and Connecticut broadleaf as the binder. The flavors of this cigar are mostly earthy, woodsy, and nutty, with a very little tinge of spice and pepper. It is a medium-bodied, pocket-friendly stick […]
What Cigar Did Orson Welles Smoke?
Orson Welles had a long list of achievements as an American director, actor, screenwriter, and producer in the field of radio, theater, and film. As a result, Welles was hailed as one of the most significant and influential directors in movie history. Welles’ reputation in Hollywood was established as a result of the extensive media […]