46. K by Karen Berger Habano Robusto

Sponsored by Karen Berger. Good firm construction. Boxpressed. Milk chocolate wrapper with tiny veins. Cold draw: hay, cacao, almonds. 1st third: 70% cacao, toasted hazelnuts, cedarwood. Medium to full body. 2nd third: A light spicy note of black pepper. 3rd part: The spiciness spreads to the lips and the toasty feeling lays softly on the … Continue reading 46. K by Karen Berger Habano Robusto

45. Plasencia Alma Fuerte Generacion V Salomon (Not a Review)

Sponsored by Cigarrummet. (Not a review just some notes I wrote down) Oily wrapper Construction medium soft Ash: flaky, gray. Initial taste, dark roasted coffee, slightly bitter dark chocolate, leather and earth. Starts of with a kick but after about 4cm it goes over to a medium full body. Burns a bit wonky. /Cigarmaster André … Continue reading 45. Plasencia Alma Fuerte Generacion V Salomon (Not a Review)

44. Condega Cigars Serie F – Mini Titán

Sponsored by La Casa del Tabaco. Good firm construction, milk chocolate wrapper, sandy with tiny veins. First taste, cedarwood, dark roasted coffee. Burns pretty slow, white firm ash. Light smoke. It has a resemblens to the Cuban Partagas Series lines not only in the design of the cigar band but also in the taste, this … Continue reading 44. Condega Cigars Serie F – Mini Titán

43. Davidoff Royal Release Salomones

I was not given this, I bought it with my own money. Review Time! Good but still a little soft construction. Oily, milk chocolate wrapper. Tiny veins. First taste, toasted bread with a faint taste of coffee with cream. Very smooth. Cool smooth and voluminous smoke. (It's as smooth as a baby's butt, if I'm … Continue reading 43. Davidoff Royal Release Salomones

42. Don Kiki White Label Harvest of 2013 Robusto

Sponsored by Don Kiki/Karen Berger. Thanks to Karen for sending a sampler for me to do a review on. This review was made outdoors during a sunny day with 22°C. Good construction, evenly filled. Light color wrapper, with tiny veins and sandy in texture. First taste, is a rich taste of toasted bread. Then there is … Continue reading 42. Don Kiki White Label Harvest of 2013 Robusto

41. Royal Danish Cigars Queens No. 1 24k Gold with Swarovski Crystals

It's a early morning (more like super late night 4 am) it's 14°C outside, not to cold and not to warm just perfect. The cigar is firm, has a great construction and tiny smooth veins. The wrapper, well what you can see of it is lovely dark chocolate brown and covering it there is 24k … Continue reading 41. Royal Danish Cigars Queens No. 1 24k Gold with Swarovski Crystals

40. Vega Fina Rum Barrel Aged Edición Especial

Firm construction, milk chocolate wrapper and tiny veins. First taste, cacao beans, oak wood, sugar cane sweetness. Keeps steady, no development what so ever. It's quite bland, so I guess this is a cigar for newcomers that like softer cigars, sadly nothing for me. So in my book this is 85 point cigars. / Cigarmaster … Continue reading 40. Vega Fina Rum Barrel Aged Edición Especial

39. Micallef Cigars – Reserva Limitada Privada Churchill

Sponsored by Micallef Cigars. I want to dedicate this review to Al Micallef and to thank him for this lovely cigar I got as a gift at Big Smoke Copenhagen 2017. Firm construction, milk chocolate wrapper, small veins. First taste, hasselnuts, white pepper, milk chocolate and hay. The draw is nearly perfect with some resistance and … Continue reading 39. Micallef Cigars – Reserva Limitada Privada Churchill

38. Vivaldi Cigars – Underboss

Sponsored by Vivaldi Cigars. Corona extra size, light wrapper, good construction. First taste, almonds, hay, espresso bitter after taste and a cedar note in the cheeks. Very voluminous smoke and white/gray ash which looks very firm. After about 1-2cm in it smoothens out and got a little creamy like a perfect cappuccino. There are some hints … Continue reading 38. Vivaldi Cigars – Underboss

37. Micallef Cigars – Experiencia Prominente

Sponsored by Micallef Cigars. This review was made outside in 19°C. Good firm construction. 65% milk chocolate dark wrapper. It's sandy with tiny veins. First taste pine nuts, peanuts, cedarwood and a touch of marzipan sweetness. It's smooth in the draw and leaves a bitter almonds taste on the lips. It's an medium to full bodied … Continue reading 37. Micallef Cigars – Experiencia Prominente

36. Vivaldi Cigars – The Hitman (Peitit Robusto)

Sponsored by Vivaldi Ciagars. Swedish National Day 🇸🇪 Review. Silky smooth wrapper, milk chocolate in colour. Firm construction. First taste, medium roasted coffee, with a slight bitterness but nothing to harsh, I get a background note of wheat like a digestive biscuit, very enjoyable. 2nd part it starts to smoothen out and brings along a 60% … Continue reading 36. Vivaldi Cigars – The Hitman (Peitit Robusto)

35. Vivaldi Cigars – Patrón

Sponsored by Vivaldi Ciagars. Oily, milk chocolate wrapper. First taste: Dry, cedar woody finish, but with a smooth draw. Very smooth smoke, nothing to impressive. In the second part I get a slight bitterness, I still get the cedarwood notes as before. In the third and final part the bitterness dies out and a nuttiness … Continue reading 35. Vivaldi Cigars – Patrón

34. H.upmann – Magnum 50 

Sponsored by Habanos Nordic. Wrapper is milk chocolate in colour with a medium oily wrapper. First taste: milk chocolate with cedarwood and a almond bitterness, but nothing to harsh. Very smooth and enjoyable. Medium voluminous smoke. The classic white-grayish ask. Classic Cuban smoke notes, the cedarwood gives the dry but fresh tones. Then the milk … Continue reading 34. H.upmann – Magnum 50 

33. Blanco Cigars Nine Robusto

Gift from my friend Marko Bilić, thanks 😊 Review Time! Milk chocolate brown wrapper, oily. First taste: Dark roasted coffee, dark chocolate and earth. Burns pretty quickly, gets pretty warm. White to light gray ash. In the second half it smoothens out to an enjoyable smoke. The smoke is voluminous. Third part, smooth but still … Continue reading 33. Blanco Cigars Nine Robusto

32. Hammer & Sickle Cigars Moscow City Robusto

Sponsored by Hammer & Sickle Cigars. Good firm construction, oily dark brown wrapper. First taste: Honey, dark roasted chocolate, slight tone of black pepper in the back of the mouth. Slight citrus peal notes. Good firm ash, white and crispy. Voluminous smoke. Keeps a steady taste all through. I would give this a score of 89. … Continue reading 32. Hammer & Sickle Cigars Moscow City Robusto

31. Hammer & Sickle Cigars Trademark Maduro Robusto

Sponsored by Hammer & Sickle Cigars. Good firm construction, have some spots that are a little soft but that dosen't mean it's bad. The wrapper is a very dark brown oily wrapper. First taste: A straight up espresso, dark chocolate like maybe 60% in straight and a slight sting from the coffee. It burns quite quickly … Continue reading 31. Hammer & Sickle Cigars Trademark Maduro Robusto

30. Hammer & Sickle Trademark Icon Toro Connecticut

Sponsored by Hammer & Sickle Cigars. Soft construction, sandy light wrapper as most Connecticuts are. Round smooth notes of medium roasted coffee and almonds. The ash is crisp white, sadly falls of to easy. The flavors keeps steady, still smooth and toasty. It's a really easy smoke perfect as a morning cigar or for a newbie … Continue reading 30. Hammer & Sickle Trademark Icon Toro Connecticut

29. Hammer & Sickle Berlin Wall Toro

Sponsored by Hammer & Sickle Cigars. Soft and smooth wrapper, overall good construction with tiny veins. First taste: Dark coffee, leather, milk chocolate, oak wood, lime peal and juniper. The ash is a beautiful white-grayish tone. The ash has an good construction and dosen't fall of as easy as most of the other cigars from H&S. … Continue reading 29. Hammer & Sickle Berlin Wall Toro

28. Hammer & Sickle – Hermitage No.1 St.Petersburg Toro

Sponsored by Hammer & Sickle Cigars. Review Time! Beautiful silky wrapper, tiny veins, good construction, soft but also firm and slightly box pressed. First taste: Medium roasted coffee, 60% creamy cacao, natural peanuts. Sadly the ash fell after about 2 cm, soft and flaky, witch was weird since it looked so stable right up to the … Continue reading 28. Hammer & Sickle – Hermitage No.1 St.Petersburg Toro

27. Hammer & Sickle Cigars Tradicion Series Robusto

Sponsored by Hammer & Sickle Cigars. Red Alert ⚠! Review Time. Good construction, sandy but smooth wrapper, medium brown colour with tiny veins. Smooth in and dry out smoke, lemon peal, cedar wood, lightly roasted cacao beans, a little sharpness from coffee maybe. A really crisp white ash, good construction aswell. The wrapper was a bit dry … Continue reading 27. Hammer & Sickle Cigars Tradicion Series Robusto

26. Caldwell & Drew Estate – All out Kings Smash

Gift from a friend. Thanks to @botlgbg for letting me try this before it hits the market in Sweden. A dark brown, shimmery, oily wrapper. You can see the veins but it's nicely rolled. First impressions of the taste, cacao, hay, a Brazilian dark roasted coffee. It's letting out so much smoke just by itself you understand drew … Continue reading 26. Caldwell & Drew Estate – All out Kings Smash

25. H.Upmann Half Corona Secret Batch

Sponsored by Habanos Nordic. Wrapper is more to the candela side with a green hue. Starts of with a creamy sweetness like the toasted waffle cone of a cornetto. Crushed hasselnuts that have been roasted sugar coated. Beautiful white ash, creamy and fluffy smoke, very voluminous. A lite touch of ment, cedar wood. And when … Continue reading 25. H.Upmann Half Corona Secret Batch

24. Montecristo Linea 1935 Maltes

Sponsored by Habanos Nordic. EXCLUSIVE FIRST TRY. I dedicate this review to Luis and I thank you for this wonderful gift and opportunity to try this. Fidel moves in mysterious ways... Smoked this outside in 7°C Wrapper is milk chocolate in colour with somewhat noticeable veins. First draw, dry cedar wood, rich heavy dark chocolate … Continue reading 24. Montecristo Linea 1935 Maltes

23. Cavalier Genève Premium Cigars – White Series Elegantes

Sponsored by Cavalier Genève Premium Cigars. This is the medium size in thier line, dry smooth wrapper, tiny veins and then the 24k golden diamond in the middle. It starts of with a smooth cedarwood and milk chocolate flavour. The smoke is voluminous and cool to the touch. The cigar is light in weight but perfect construction … Continue reading 23. Cavalier Genève Premium Cigars – White Series Elegantes

22. Viking Cigars – Norseman Churchill Shaggy Foot

Sponsored by Viking Cigars. Wrapper of a lighter colour and with a darker filler as shown on the shaggy foot. Silky smooth wrapper with tiny veins. Good construction. First taste and we start with the shaggy foot, mm creamy milk chocolate, leather, lightly toasted chocolate beans, maybe a touch of salted caramelised almond. Now entering the … Continue reading 22. Viking Cigars – Norseman Churchill Shaggy Foot

21. Viking Cigars – The Viking

Sponsored by Viking Cigars. Dark, Maduro, sandy wrapper with tiny veins. Good construction. This one starts of good, dark roasted coffee, dark chocolate and dirt. Reminds me of a Padron so this is a very good start. Firm and light gray ash, smoke is also smooth and voluminous. In the second half a slight bitterness emerges … Continue reading 21. Viking Cigars – The Viking

20. Viking Cigars – Nordic Warrior Toro

Sponsored by Viking Cigars. Wrapper light in color, sandy feeling, tiny veins. Good construction First taste, soft light creamy but still dry smoke, roasted chestnuts, there is a sweetness like a salty toffee or butterscotch caramel. The smoke is very voluminous and the ash white and firm. Half way in a earthy pepper with a hint … Continue reading 20. Viking Cigars – Nordic Warrior Toro

19. Cavalier Genève Premium Cigars – White Series Diplomate

Sponsored by Cavalier Genève Premium Cigars. Initial taste: Dark roasted coffee, milk chocolate and whipped cream. Lightly roasted almonds and oak barrels. Light cool smoke and a almost white ash. Slightly tilted burn, but the ash was firm. A very smooth smoke and enjoyable experience. It's a beauty, it feels like a Davidoff Churchill but with a … Continue reading 19. Cavalier Genève Premium Cigars – White Series Diplomate

18. Jas Sum Kral Red Knight Lancero

Sponsored by Piet van Kuyk. First nose: Mild sweetness, creamy chocolate and hay. First taste: Smooth creamy milk chocolate. Matches amazingly with a cup of hot chocolate with cream. It's like they where ment for each other. The creaminess flows through whole cigar, pure relaxation, no sudden surprises just a mild creamy dream. As I wrote in … Continue reading 18. Jas Sum Kral Red Knight Lancero

17. Avo Uvenzian Syncro Nicaragua Robusto

Sponsored by Brobergs. First nose: Dried fruits, Almonds and spices. First notes: Dark rich chocolate, dark roasted coffee with a peppery note that stays on the lips after the rich smoke flows out. Even until the very end it stayed truely to the first notes, and combined with the cappuccino the heavy tones mellowed out perfectly. … Continue reading 17. Avo Uvenzian Syncro Nicaragua Robusto