Montecristo Media Noche Edmundo Cigar Review

It’s no secret that Montecristo brand is one of the most popular cigar brands in the world. The Montecristo Media Noche Edmundo is one of the company’s most popular cigars, and for a good reason. As a matter of fact, this is different from the previous Montecristo cigars I’ve tried before. The Montecristo Media Noche […]

Rocky Patel Decade Robusto Cigar Review

The majority of cigar lovers have given the Rocky Patel Decade Robusto very favorable reviews and ratings. This brand of cigars is also well-known to all smokers, and if you haven’t smoked one of their Decade line, you’re missing out on one of its best offerings. To mark the tenth anniversary of Rocky Patel, this cigar was […]

Macanudo Inspirado White Robusto Cigar Review

The Macanudo Inspirado White Robusto cigar deviates from what you might anticipate from the Macanudo brand because it has a medium body as opposed to the line’s previous light-bodied releases. As far as flavor profiles go, this cigar is sophisticated and offers a wide range of flavors. It has an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper, an Indonesian […]

CAO Nicaragua Cigar Review

The first Nicaraguan-focused blend from the company is the CAO Nicaragua cigar. This cigar has a medium to full body and strength. It is wrapped in a Jamastran wrapper from Honduras and made from a combination of Nicaraguan Jalapa, Esteli, and Condega leaves. The flavor profile of this one consists of wood, leather, creaminess, sweetness, […]

Alec Bradley Black Market Esteli Cigar Review

The Alec Bradley Black Market Esteli is a full-bodied and full-flavored cigar that is a sheer delight to smoke. Even Cigar Aficionado rated it highly, giving it a 93 out of 100, calling it a wonderfully honed variation of the popular Black Market cigar of this brand. This has a flavor profile that includes mocha, […]

Tatuaje Cabaiguan Guapos Cigar Review

The medium to full-bodied Tatuaje Cabaiguan Guapos cigar was made by Pete Johnson, who is also well-known for his acclaimed Tatuaje cigars. A town in Cuba inspired the name Cabaiguan. For the flavor profile, it consists of cedar with a hint of floral notes, creaminess, and spice. The way the cap is emphasized by a […]

AJ Fernandez New World Oscuro Cigar Review

The superior long filler tobaccos used in the AJ Fernandez New World Oscuro cigar came from the top three growing regions in the country: Jalapa, Condega, and Estel. Numerous cigar enthusiasts have tasted this cigar, and they have all given it very favorable reviews so far. The cigar, which has a pleasant flavor profile and […]

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 […]