The Four Kicks Capa Especial Corona Gorda finished #11 on halfwheel’s Top 25 for 2020. It’s been nearly two years since the cigar first shipped to stores, so it’s time to revisit it.
It took just over nine months for the cigar to arrive on store shelves after being announced at the 2021 PCA Convention & Trade Show, now it’s time to see if it was worth the wait.
Putting away a premium bundle cigar for 18 months of rest provides some interesting results.
Last month, Isabela released the third addition to The Mammoth line, a 6 x 60 gordo that is the smallest size so far.
The Davidoff Discovery Limited Edition 2022 Gran Toro features a blend that combines aspects of three different previous released cigars: Davidoff Nicaragua, Davidoff Escurio and Davidoff Yamasá.
It has been six months since I originally reviewed the Casa Magna Liga F Churchill, a cigar made up of Ecuadorian sun grown corojo wrapper covering a Dominican binder and filler tobaccos from both the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua.
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.
This spring, Camacho’s Factory Unleashed series, which is designed to represent “the unorthodox potential and barrier-breaking innovation” of the brand’s Honduran factory, got its second installment.
The third addition to Diesel’s Sunday Gravy Series is the Rosamarino, a 6 x 50 Nicaraguan puro.
Today on halfwheel, a review of the La Sirena Mexican Mermaid Lonsdale, which is called “Lancero” for some reason.
While a tiny country, Andorra has a sizable list of Edición Regional releases.