Lancero50

Review: Coronado Lancero (Serious Cigars Exclusive)

The last of the Litto Gomez creations that will be reviewed as part of Lancero50, Coronado by La Flor. In 2006, Cigar Aficionado named the…

Review: La Aurora Cien Años Lancero

If asked what blend is the collective pride of La Aurora, Cien Años. Not much thought required. While the Don Fernando is without a doubt…

Review: J. Fuego Origen Lancero

The J. Fuego Origen line was something few knew about until last year’s IPCPR. Part of that no doubt has to do with the fact…

Review: La Flor Dominicana Air Bender Villano

As pointed out by Michelle Stewart of La Flor Dominicana, I’ve been on a Litto Gomez kick of late. I promise you, there won’t be…

Review: Cusano 15th Anniversary Lancero

It’s another one of these attempts to find a cigar that many never knew existed. I think from that aspect, the Cusano 15th is probably…

Review: Cain F Lancero

(You can read Brooks’ review of the Cain F Lancero, here.) Following yesterday’s announcement that these were slated for release later on this year, it…

Review: Joya de Nicaragua Cabinetta Serie No.13

Quietest release of the year? Yes. Drew Estate acknowledged that they literally said nothing when they released this cigar in early May and I’m a…

Review: La Flor Dominicana Double Ligero Lancero (Oscuro)

The Double Ligero is the quintessential La Flor Dominicana in my book. I’d be shocked if it wasn’t the top-selling LFD line and the notoriety…

Review: Romeo y Julieta Reserva Real Porto Real

A R&J Lancero? Yes, well sort of… It’s known as the “Porto Real” and like the Macanudo Porto Fino, it comes in tubo. It’s one…

Review: Guillermo León by La Aurora Lancero

I’ll be honest, I’ve tried to write this intro a few times. Nothing really stuck. After a few failed attempts, I’ll stick with what has…

Review: El Triunfador No.6

(You can read Brooks’ review of the El Triunfador No.6, here.) Much like yesterday’s review of the Illusione ~hl~ (Maduro), this is a review that…