94. J.C. Newman Cigars (Pre-release prototype) All-American Cigars.

Gifted by Drew Newman, General Counsel at J.C. Newman Cigars. Side info: The tobacco used in this cigar was Florida Sun Grown wrapper, Connecticut Broadleaf binder and Pennsylvanian Mennonite and Connecticut Havanna filler. This cigars where all rolled at J.C. Newmans "El Reloj" factory in Tampa, Florida. It's called the Reloj because of the watchtower … Continue reading 94. J.C. Newman Cigars (Pre-release prototype) All-American Cigars.

93. Musa Cigars Robusto Limited Edition

Gifted by Milad Makdesi, owner of Sweet's & Cigars. Location: This review was made indoors, in a cigar lounge. Wrapper: Milk chocolate, silky smooth and oily wrapper with tiny veins. Construction: Firm and even. Cold draw: Hay. 1st third: Dark roasted coffee, dark chocolate and oak wood. The flavors are short lived. 2nd third: Slight … Continue reading 93. Musa Cigars Robusto Limited Edition

92. 1532 TS Cigars Conquistador Belicoso

Sponsored by 1532 TS Cigars. Location: This review was made outdoors, during an chilly afternoon with 6°C. Wrapper: Coffee brown, dry texture with tiny veins. Construction: Firm and even. Cold draw: Horse manure, hay and earth. 1st third: Dark roasted coffee, birch wood, caramel crisp with a touch of milk chocolate. 2nd third: Slight bitterness … Continue reading 92. 1532 TS Cigars Conquistador Belicoso

91. Principle Cigars Aviator Series Patrie

Sponsored by Principle Cigars. Location: This review was made indoors in a cigar lounge. Wrapper: Orange brown, smooth with slightly protruding veins. Construction: Firm even feel. Cold draw: Hay and a smooth draw. 1st third: Oak wood, dry cinnamon, spicy not in the roof of my mouth. Still a smooth feeling overall. 2nd third: Smoothens … Continue reading 91. Principle Cigars Aviator Series Patrie

90. Brick House Cigars Connecticut Mighty

Sponsored by Brick House Cigars. Location: This review was made outdoors during an rainy evening with 8°C. Wrapper: Light in color, smooth with tiny veins. Construction: Firm even feel. Cold draw: Light draw, can't feel any particular flavors. 1st third: Creamy, buttery smooth sandalwood. Hints of hazelnuts and vanilla. Nice smooth beginning. 2nd third: Keeps … Continue reading 90. Brick House Cigars Connecticut Mighty

89. Hedon Cigares Revêur Robusto

Sponsored by Hedon Cigares. Location: This review was made outdoors during an cloudy afternoon with 8°C. Wrapper: A shining, silky smooth, orange brown wrapper. Construction: Good feeling. Cold draw: Light hay flavor. 1st third: Light cedarwood taste, no spicy notes what so ever, just wonderful cedarwood with a touch of sweetness. It's light in texture … Continue reading 89. Hedon Cigares Revêur Robusto

88. Wong Kwong Guocui Cigars – Crown (The Quintessence) (王冠國粹) (National Essence)

Gifted by William Kilander, President of the Swedish Cigar Federation. Little info about the cigar before we begin, since this is only available in China at the moment it was very hard to find any info on it even the name of it. But what I can find this a collaboration between Anhui Tobacco and … Continue reading 88. Wong Kwong Guocui Cigars – Crown (The Quintessence) (王冠國粹) (National Essence)