Cigar Surgeon's Blog – June 2013 Archive (3)

Review: E.P. Carrillo Core Line Maduro Club 52

This cigar was bombed to me in person by a Redditor named LostAbbott while I was traveling to Seattle.


Careful scent examination and I picked up barnyard and hay and a scent that reminded me of tobacco curing barns.


The Core Line Club 52 is 5-7/8" x 52 Toro.  The wrapper is a mottled dark brown.  My cigar had a slightly uneven foot with no other construction…


Added by Cigar Surgeon on June 27, 2013 at 10:30am — No Comments

Review: The Remington Climate Controlled Cabinet Humidor

In 2012 I upgraded to a stand-up cabinet unit because I had outgrown my desktop humidors. Rather than continue to add 100-150 count humidors which were rapidly taking over all my counter space, I decided to consolidate.

Moving to a cabinet humidor allowed me to start purchasing boxes and looking at long term aging.  It was a great solution for me until summer hit.   I was always so concerned about maintaining my humidity levels I had never devoted any attention to my temperature…


Added by Cigar Surgeon on June 25, 2013 at 11:30am — No Comments

Review: Quesada Q d'etat Daga

This cigar was sent to me by the Smoking Greek as a part of his 13 for 2013giveaway.




Added by Cigar Surgeon on June 11, 2013 at 10:30am — No Comments


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