I haven’t done a lot of reviews on short cigars, and I intend to do a few this year to bring some spotlight onto this overlooked gems. Often times, either as a result of time constraints or weather, you want a cigar that is going to present a full range of flavors without a 1-1/2 to 2 hour smoking time.
Announced in mid-2013 the Davidoff Nicaragua Short Corona (3-3/4x46 RG) is a great choice for a short cigar. This cigar has previously been reviewed in the…Continue
When I found out Hamlet Paredes and his family were leaving Cuba and going to the USA I was overjoyed. I had the great fortune of meeting, and getting to know him in my travels to Cuba. When I heard he had found a place with Rocky Patel, I was excited and impatient to taste what combinations of tobacco he would come up with.
Big Tuna previously reviewed the Rocky Patel…Continue
Released in 2012, the Vegas Robaina XV Aniversario was selected as the Canadian Regional Edition release. As with other REs it was released in a 10 count boxes as a single vitola, the Sublime.
This cigar came to me by way of the Rocky Mountain Smokeout, and has had a substantial time to rest in my humidor.
Mombacho is a company that might seem new to the US market, but is releasing a limited cigar to celebrate their 10th anniversary. From their factory in Granada, Nicaragua, the Mombacho Magnifico incorporates tobaccos from both the Tierra Volcan and Liga Maestro cigars.
The Mombacho Magnifico is available in a single Toro vitola (6-1/4x52), sporting a pig-tail cap, and sold in 10 count boxes.
Check out our IPCPR 2015 interview with Claudio Sgroi…Continue