Lancero50

Review: Liga Privada Único Serie L40

The narrative we tell today is one of two very different cigars, both born in the Drew Estate factory and both inspired by the Dirty Rat. While almost no one has heard of the Liga Privada EV-10, the L40 is a cigar that’s generated quite a bit of buzz. And unlike the EV-10, the L40 is bound for production and set to make an appearance at the IPCPR show in Las Vegas, two months from now.

Review: Davidoff Millennium Blend Lancero

I switched around when this review would be published for a few reasons, mainly due to the fact I wasn’t happy with how the pictures…

Review: OpusX Phantom

Rare is a subjective word. In the cigar industry, it doesn’t get a whole lot more subjective than when discussing products from Tabacalera A. Fuente…

Review: Tatuaje Brown Label Especiales

So Thursday was supposed to be Tatuaje/Pepín day, but then an airline got in the way and threw some things off, anyways, here we are,…

Review: Pinar Del Río 1878 Cubano Especial Capa Madura Lancero

Do not fear, Charlie (Ray) Stahl’s status of “resident PDR whore” is not in jeopardy. Unlike the Kentuckian, I’m not one hundred percent sold on…

Review: Illusione ~hl~ (Natural)

It’s Dion’s Lancero. That’s about all I got for the intro. It’s one of the most highly touted cigar lines that a lot of people…

Review: Montecristo 75th Aniversario Lancero

Montecristo is a relatively young brand given it often is mentioned in the same breath as Romeo y Julieta, Partagás and H. Upmann. Amongst the…

Review: My Father No. 4

But you already reviewed the My Father No. 4? True. Is the review still up? Nope. My thoughts on the cigar haven’t changed, but I…

A Primer: Lancero

With the Lancero50 about to begin, it seemed appropriate for a primer on my favorite vitola. Without a doubt, one of the less popular cigars…