One of the Lotus Group’s new releases for early 2022, the Brawn packs a lot of punch into a stylish and affordable tabletop lighter.
Chogüí is back. After a nearly four-year hiatus, the Dominican brand has returned to humidors with an updated version of its Dos77 blend.
The sixth installment of the Four Kicks Mule Kick Limited Edition features the use of a new wrapper for the line.
The Limited Exposure No. 2 is the second release in Matilde Cigar Co.’s Limited Exposure Series, a 6 x 50 toro rolled with an Ecuadorian corojo wrapper.
HVC’s San Isidro line is named after a street in Havana where an infamous Cuban gangster was murdered. After nearly six years in a humidor, Charlie Minato reviews a cigar from the original release.
The Big Papi brand from David Ortiz and El Artista is the latest cigar to enter the Two Guys Smoke Shop/United Cigar Firecracker Series, with 10 of the boxes being signed by the Red Sox legend.
In its latest El Catador sampler, RoMa Craft released gran corona versions of eight of its blends, three of which were new sizes, including this Intemperance BA XXI Contempt.
The Intemperance EC XVIII Reverence is one of only three new cigars packaged in RoMa Craft Tobac’s El Catador de Las Gran Coronas that began shipping to retailers last month.
In early 2022, German Engineered Cigars launched a new project called Autonom, under which limited edition vitolas, experimental blends and other project will be released.
The Mil Días Marranitos EL 2022 is the eighth addition to the Mil Días line, but the only one so far that has been made with an Ecuadorian Sumatra maduro wrapper.
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.