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Cigar Review: Perdomo ESV 2002 Sun Grown Robusto

The Perdomo Estate Seleccion Vintage 2002 line is the highly anticipated follow-up to the ESV 1991, which has been a big hit for Perdomo since its debut in 2005. The Sun Grown blend consists of bourbon cask-aged Nicaraguan fillers from the 2002 harvest, complimented by a well-aged Ecuadorian sun grown wrapper. If there is one …

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Cigar Review – Carlos Toraño Loyal Robusto

Since the IPCPR show in July, we’ve gotten more samples than we can even keep track of. Generally I’ve been reviewing them as soon as we get the first shipment, and yesterday we got our first few boxes of Carlos Toraño Loyal, so I decided to review the Robusto I’d been saving. According to the …

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Cigar Review – Winston Churchill Lancaster

I’m always skeptical when it comes to top-tier brands like Winston Churchill. These stogies typically sell for around $10 a stick, and if I’m going to be lighting a $10 bill on fire, it’d better be pretty damn tasty. To be fair, the pint-sized Winston Churchill Lancaster is only around $5 a stick, but nevertheless, …

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Cigar Review – Cubao #4 Robusto Natural

I can’t tell you how long I’ve wanted to smoke a Cubao. After reading a few reviews and getting a whiff of them while taking pictures, I knew this was going to be a smoke all its own. At first glance, the Cubao #4 Robusto Natural is a modest stick. The Ecuadorian Sumatra-seed wrapper was …

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Cigar Review – Cusano 15th Anniversary

It’s about 35 degrees out right now in sunny Kingston, NY—perfect smoking weather, considering we were in the negatives earlier this week. I just smoked a Cusano 15th Anniversary and all I can say is, wow. Not only have I never had such a slim cigar with such an awesome draw, but this is one …

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