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Cohiba Serie M Corona Gorda

Brooks Whittington gave the original Cohiba Serie M Toro high marks, now it’s time to see if the Toro Extra, err, “Corona Gorda” size of the Miami-made Cohiba matches up.

Cohiba Serie M

After nearly 10 months in the humidor, it’s time to see whether General Cigar Co.’s first U.S.-made Cohiba improved enough to justify its $30 price tag. Also, are any more flagtails damaged?

AGANORSA Leaf Aniversario Maduro Toro

In June 2021, AGANORSA Leaf renamed its flagship, limited edition Casa Fernández Aniversario line to AGANORSA Leaf Aniversario as part of an overall shift in marketing strategy that began…

The American Double Robusto

There have been some ambitious projects in the cigar industry, but in the decade-plus that I have been actively covering the premium cigar industry, few…

El Oso Blanco

In 2014, Warped Cigars announced its first new cigar line in more than three years. Dubbed El Oso—which translates to The Bear from Spanish—the blend…

La Palina Goldie Laguito No. 1

Since the Goldie Series started in 2012, La Palina had never released more than one vitola in the same year, until this year when the…

La Palina Goldie Prominente

While I couldn’t tell you exactly what time of year to expect them, ever since its debut in July 2012 I have looked forward to the…

Gran Habano STK Miami Barracuda

I was trying to find a weirder candidate for today’s redux review, so I went digging deep into a cooler of mine and opened up…

Viaje Plata Lancero

In 2011, there was some chatter that Viaje was planning a trio of lancero releases known as Trifecta. It ended up taking three years for…

Cohiba Serie M

There is no brand quite like Cohiba. For whatever reason, the brand has garnered a cache that is unrivaled. While most of that is intended…

La Palina Goldie No. 6

Coming out of a year full of disruptions to daily life, there is a bit of solace to be found when things do go according…