The Aviator Series Cochon Volante with its art nouveau band has been enticing me to smoke it since it took up residence in my humidor, and what a cigar it was.
Tagged: Ecuadorian wrapper
The Chinchalero Torcidos Tres Petit Corona is the prettiest plain band cigars I’ve smoked. With perfect construction, the flavours ebb and flow with the wrapper
Sometimes a cigar looks almost too beautiful to light up. This was the case with the San Jeronimo Natural torpedo cigar
It’s a possibility that the El Viejo Continente Classic Robustom may be my new favourite cigar. I haven’t been as excited to see how a cigar ages in a long time
When I fancied a full flavoured cigar that would give 2 hours of pleasure, I grabbed the Brick House Robusto. Smooth, chocolatey and nutty it didn’t disappoint
On a friend’s recommendation, I tried a Flor de Selva Robusto. It didn’t look or sound like my usual cigar but it may end up being one of my cigars of the year!
Special occasions call for special cigars. The occasion was an interview with The Good Cigar. The cigar was the Kafie 1901 Ecuador Sumatra Toro Bello.
What a revelation this cigar was! The Hiram and Solomon Shriner Toro is the perfect cigar to accompany good conversation with excellent company.