I’ve smoked a number of cigars from La Flor Dominicana but never any of the Cameroon Cabinet series. I am a big fan of Cameroon wrappers, so when I was presented a sample for review, it moved to the top of my list.
Originally released as a No. 1 (6-1/2x44), No. 3 (4-3/4x40), No. 4 (6-1/4x54), No 5 (6x50), a Torpedo (6x54), and a Lancero (6x38); these started out as small release in 2007 for cigar events.
If you haven’t heard of the Casa Turrent before, or Alejandro Turrent, you’ve almost assuredly heard of San Andres Maduro wrapper. Nueva Matacapan de Tabacos is the largest cigar marker and grower of tobacco in Mexico. Also well known for their Te-Amo cigar brand, they announced the Casa Turrent line in early 2015 (although they’ve been available in Canada and Europe since 2013). After discontinuing multiple lines, the Casa Turrent is the only line to carry their…Continue
When I reviewed the La Escepcion Selectos Finos back in 2013, I commented that it was as near a perfect Cuban as I’ve ever had. The friend that had originally bombed me the La Escepcion Selectos Finos decided to follow up with a generous bomb of the La Escepcion Don Jose.
The La Escpecion was a brand that launched with a misspelling.…Continue
Today I’m reviewing another cigar that comes in a short package but doesn’t skip on quality or flavor. The Davidoff Escurio Petit Robusto (3-1/4”x50 RG), released in 2015. It was also released in Robusto (4-1/2x54 RG), and Gran Toro (5-1/2x58 RG) vitolas.
I purchased this cigar at a Canadian B&M