At the Gilbertsville Cigar Factory, we’ve been having a slight problem. It has nothing to do with the shop – the trouble is with everyone’s favorite budget cigar. Over the past couple of months the supply of Charter Oak Maduro has stalled and word has been getting around that they may be back-ordered for some […]
In this weeks installment of Look what I bought on Cigar Monster I’d like to take you on a trip down memory lane. Back when Christian Eiroa unleashed on the world a cigar made entirely or Maduro. A cigar that would put hair on your chest and make the ladies swoon – The Camacho Triple […]
Over the past couple of weeks I’ve been dabbling in cigars from my past. The most recent of which is the CAO America Monument – a 54 x 6.25 Belicoso that launched way back at the 2007 RTDA (or was it the IPCPR that year?) It’s hard to believe that this cigar was released so […]
8 thoughts on “AVO No. 2 (Guest Review)”
Interesting info on how you view/rate cigar flavor and body. I never thought of it in those terms. Anyhow…
Great review Nate! I Always enjoy the video reviews from the porch. Look forward to the next.
Hey! Really enjoyed the review, did a great job as always. I also never looked at the flavor profiles that way, but it makes a lot of sense, I should try that out more often when trying to ‘rate’ a cigar. Thanks for the review–
Excellent review and entertaining to boot!! As always, its a great balance of information and atmosphere creating an illusion of being right there and enjoying the cigar with you!
Yet again, an excellent review. The only thing that detracted from it was the Alabama shirt, but there’s no accounting for taste I suppose 😉
And yes, the requisite “Go Vols!”
Thanks guys. Always a pleasure.
Thanks Nate, it’s always a pleasure spending time watching your reviews. I have a 5 pack of the AVO Maduro’s on the way and look forward to trying them. Thanks for bringing us the Porch.
Great review Nate. Now pick up the pace on these and do them more often. I really enjoy your reviews. 🙂
LOVE the Avo #2. And while it’s mild in flavor, it’s full bodied. There’s a difference, indeed!