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The cigar is named for the most powerful nuclear weapon ever created and tested.
A “Redux” review of a Redux cigar.
Illusione’s second release for the Tobacconists’ Association of America’s Exclusive Series Program features unique corojo hybrid in the filler.
A year of rest has had a dramatic effect on the profile of the Montecristo Espada Signature Valiente, making it a better cigar in just about every way.
Spoiler alert: the new size doesn’t get the hexagonal press that the first release did.
The 2022 incarnation of Crowned Head’s popular Las Calaveras Edición Limitada is the first blend in the series to be made with all Nicaraguan tobacco, including a Corojo 99 wrapper.
After a five-year hiatus, Tatuaje has added a new size to its La Riqueza line. While the blend remains basically the same, the La Riqueza SE has been tweaked slightly to make it slightly stronger than the original releases.
The name “Firewalker” comes from a process called chincagre, where tobacco is buried in volcano soils. It’s the second cigar in General Cigar Co.’s CAO Arcana Series, which highlights unique methods used to create the tobaccos inside of the cigars.
When Altadis U.S.A.’s Espada by Montecristo debuted in 2014, it carried the distinction of being the first Nicaraguan puro to be released under the Montecristo…
Two years after making its U.S. debut in 2016, Cavalier Genève began doing something that many cigar companies do: it released a limited edition. It…
The way we approach reviews at halfwheel means sometimes a reviewer gets cigars that he probably would buy as a consumer and sometimes he ends up…