This is an amazing short and thick cigar that delivers so much character from dried spices such as cloves and nutmeg to aged tobacco and black tea.
Cigar Score: 95
This shows some age now with cedar, spice and sweet tobacco. Very fresh and fine. Full body and very strong for a Por Larrañaga.
95 Points|$6 CUC
Cigar Review: Ramon Allones Specially Selected
This is dense and layered with an almost chocolate mousse sensation on the palate.
95 Points|$12 CUC
Cigar Review: Hoyo de Monterrey Petit Robusto
Amazing richness and spiciness in this short smoke with cedar, nut and cappuccino character. Nutty and flavorful.
95 Points|$10.65 CUC
Cigar Review: Romeo y Julieta Churchill
This is a classic cigar (7 inches by 47 ring gauge) that should be in everyone's smoking portfolio. I have always liked it for outdoor smoking.
The Partagas Selección Privada Edicion Limitada 2014 came into the market this year, and I smoked one in the P&L Club in Hong Kong the other day.
95 Points|$12.95 CUC
Cigar Review: Cohiba Siglo IV
This is a corona gorda-sized cigar that has always been a little under the radar, especially for the Linea 1492 range.
95 Points|$6.5 CUC
Cigar Review: Romeo y Julieta Short Churchill
This is a cigar for every moment with cedar, light creme and tobacco character. A good cigar for those new to Cuban cigars.
95 Points|$6.15 CUC
Cigar Review: Partagas Serie D No. 5
I smoked this baby blockbuster Robusto during a lunch outside at a friend's winery. Temperatures were close to 100 degrees fahrenheit, even under the shade of the dinning area. So I wasn't sure it was the right time to have a smoke. But what a cigar!
95 Points|$9.7 CUC
Cigar Review: Montecristo Double Edmundo
A round and velvety textured cigar with...