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Supreme Leaf Robusto (2020)

Four years of rest seems to have delivered the cigar I was looking for back in 2020.

Undercrown Flying Pig (2012)

After nearly 12 year, it’s time to review the original Undercrown Flying Pig, a once tiny exclusive release for the Netherlands that has since become a regular production SKU.

Casa Cuevas Sangre Nueva Toro

The name of the cigar translates means “new blood” in Spanish.

Cohiba Spectre 2021

Nearly two years after the original review, it’s time to see how some rest has treated this high-end cigar.

Bolívar Armonía (ER China 2008)

There have been hundreds of different Edición Regional releases from Habanos S.A. Without question, the most unique packaging of the series was 2008’s Bolívar Armonía. In keeping with the eight theme, it’s time for a redux, nearly eight years to the day after the first review.

Lost&Found Halloween

To paraphrase those amazing bards, Blink-182, let’s have Halloween on Christmas. Sort of.

Intemperance Whiskey Rebellion 1794 Tarred & Feathered

After three years in the humidor, it’s time to revisit one of the strongest cigars of 2020.

Viaje C-4 (2013)

After more than a decade in the humidor, it’s time to take a look at one of Viaje’s more interesting looking experiments: what happens when you put caps on both ends of the cigars.

StillWell Star English No. 27

Two years after its release, it’s time to see how the pipe tobacco has held up in this cigar.

Muestra de Saka The Bewitched

A little more than a year after the review was published, it’s time to revisit Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust’s The Bewitched.

OneOff +53 Super Robusto

The Super Robusto was the first OneOff vitola to include +53 in its name, a reference to the country code of Cuba when you make a phone call.