Lancero50

Lancero50 Redux

Some Random Thoughts… Lanceros are a Pain in the Ass to Photograph — Or at least if you try to stand them up. They are…

Review: El Centurion Lancero

I started Lancero50 with what I consider the perennial favorite amongst the mainstream releases as the best regular production Lancero on the market today, the…

Review: Don Pepin Garcia Series JJ Maduro Lancero

And it goes a little something like this… Two years after Pepín introduce the Series JJ, he added a Maduro. The line was first shown…

Don Pepin Garcia Cuban Classic Lancero

The only other size to be released elsewhere, although like the Blue Label, it had different dimensions. Victor Vitale of The Cigar Agency had 100…

Review: Don Pepin Garcia Series JJ Lancero

In 2005, the newcomer Don “Pepín” García introduced the Series JJ, a cigar that he worked on with his son Jaime. (JJ comes from their…

Review: Don Pepin Garcia Blue Label Lancero

The Blue Label is the only offering from the Holiday Lancero Sampler to be available in another form, or so we think. I’ve had a…

Lanceros Collection by Don Pepín García

Today, Lancero50 comes to an end. (It comes to an end on time, something I consider a huge accomplishment.) I figured there was really no…

La Aurora Preferidos Cameroon Lancero

We all know La Aurora’s line of Preferidos, the amazing Perfecto shapes that the company has made for years. So how do you make a…

Review: CAO Lx2 Lancero

CAO has made a few Lanceros over the year, but a rather minimal amount considering the company’s time in the industry. I’m not really sure…

Review: San Cristobal Lancero

San Cristobal. I got nothing. San Cristobal is another Ashton line made by Pepín, similar to La Aroma de Cuba. I’ve tried a few, my…

Casa Fernández Lancero

While I’ve had my fair share of AGANORSA leaf, most of it has not been in the form of Casa Fernández. Raíces is better known…