The Sosa Classic has been around for quite awhile and was one time in the Top 25 Cigars of the Year from Cigar Aficionado. I have smoked several of these over the years in the natural wrapper, but rarely, if ever, smoked their maduro version. I’m very picky about maduro cigars as I only like a certain flavor profile. Not many cigar shops in my area carry the Sosa line, but I was lucky enough to stop by their boutique in Walt Disney World at Downtown Disney. I picked up a couple of the Classic Maduros in the Wavell (robusto) size to try out. So how does the maduro version compare to the natural version? Check the video and find out.
The Cohiba Royale was released this week nationwide as Cohiba’s fullest bodied cigar to date. Another milestone that the Royale sets for Cohiba is that this is the first cigar line to be made in Honduras for Cohiba. The Royale uses tobaccos from Nicaragua, Honduras, and the Dominican Republic. All the tobaccos used in the […]
Camacho released the Barrel Aged series in 2015 with tobacco aged in rum and bourbon barrels. The lines did so well, Camacho decided to do the same experiment with the Corojo, Connecticut, and Ecuadorian lines and age the corojo leaf in charred bourbon barrels. They are using the same blends, but are aging the tobacco […]
The original BOTL cigar was a collaboration between the online cigar community, BOTL.org, and Drew Estate. The original release sold out very quickly and was highly sought after on the secondary markets. I can’t remember which year that was, but I was able to get some of the original release as I was a member […]