Redux

La Flor Dominicana Petite La Volcada

The La Flor Dominicana Petite La Volcada scored very well in its first review; Patrick Lagreid revisits the cigar two years later to see how it has changed.

La Jugada Habano Semi-Pressed Toro

After 18 months of aging, the La Jugada Habano Semi-Pressed Toro is a completely different cigar, in a good way.

Diesel Delirium

When it was released in March 2020, the Diesel Delirium was billed as the boldest Diesel to date. Patrick Lagreid sees how two years of rest has affected what was a pretty potent cigar.

Undercrown Maduro Corona Pequeña

The aptly named Undercrown Maduro Corona Pequeña, a 4 x 44 petit corona, gets a redux just about two years after its initial review.

Big Sky The Madison

After 15 months of aging, I take a second look at Big Sky Cigar Co.’s The Madison, a 6 1/4 x 52 toro named after the Madison River located in the company’s home state of Montana.

Perez-Carrillo La Historia Regalias d’Celia

Today’s redux review sees Charlie Minato light up a more than six-years-old Perez-Carrillo La Historia Regalias d’Celia.

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?

Daughters of the Wind Robusto

While adding a new vitola to a line is a relatively straightforward and uneventful announcement, in the case of the Daughters of the Wind Robusto, it…

Liga Privada Bauhaus

While I struggle to remember most of the cigars I review, it’s going to be a while before I forget the Liga Privada Bauhaus. It’s not…

Montecristo 1935 Anniversary Nicaragua No. 2

In October 2020, Altadis U.S.A. announced it would be releasing a new cigar to commemorate the 85th anniversary of the Montecristo brand, which was founded in…