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.
Dunbarton Tobacco and Trust released a new cigar in collaboration with Secreto Cigars in Ferndale, MI, called the Dondurma. The cigar is a blend that Steve Saka created back in 2015 using a rare Wisconsin Comstock tobacco. Steve gave an interview with CigarWeekly explaining how he came up with blend: Dondurma is a liga I […]
Robert Holt, founder of Southern Draw Cigars, announced today that all in-person events will be cancelled for the remainder of 2020. This is due to the COVID-19 pandemic and for the safety of their customers. Holt sent out a press release detailing their decision: An important message from the Southern Draw Cigars family: We are […]
It’s not a secret that I’m a big fan of the Drew Estate Undercrown lines, especially the Shade version, as I’m a big fan of Connecticut wrappers. The Undercrown Maduro gives you the richness of the Liga Privada line and the Undercrown Shade gives you a creamy Connecticut with some body to it for a […]