Stealing this idea from our own Brian “Mouth of the South” Hewitt. We get so many questions about what cigars we smoke when we aren’t reviewing. So this is a brief summary of the cigars I’ve smoked in the past week (give or take a few days). Some of these smokes have been reviewed before or at some point we plan on reviewing.
The La Aurora Broadway Series is my most recent review and like I pointed out, I can’t get enough of them. Great flavor, great concept with a price that could be a little more friendly.
A cigar that I was introduced to on my recent trip to NYC. Old School Cigars are
made by Alec Bradley made at the same factory as Alec Bradley and features a dark toothy Mexican wrapper..interesting. Friendly price of around $8. Look for a full review soon.
For me this is a classic cigar. One of my all time favorite cigars that I’ve reviewed previously. The Man O’War Ruination is made by AJ Fernandez and is just a cigar that my humidors are never without. Great balance of power, strength and flavor.
Speaking of AJ Fernandez how about the Ave Maria which is the latest cigar made for Cigars International/Cigar.com. We featured a guest review awhile back but look for a full review soon to find out how AJ’s latest release holds up.
The Ligar Privada T52 by Drew Estate made my Top 10 list for 2010. For a cigar that I really didn’t care for at first it fast became a staple in my humidor. Love its unique aroma…nothing like it in the world.
Another cigar that made my Top 10 list this year. The My Father Le Bijou 1922 is such a treat to smoke. I think the Petite Robusto size is where the blend really shines with so much flavor and balance packed into a small format. Again, another cigar that has a permanent place in my humidors. Nothing begins or ends a day like a Le Bijou.