Guest review of the Medina 1959 Miami Edition

Originally posted by CigarPalace.WordPress.com This Cigar was introduced By Cuban Crafters last November as I remember. As mentioned in their website it was called after the Master Roller “Manuel Medina who played a formidable role in Cuba’s cigar history. He started as a roller at the H. Upmann factory in Cuba. His talents were quickly […]

Guest Review of the Cuban Crafters Cabinet Selection Toro

Originally posted by CigarsReviewed.com Name: Cuban Crafters Cabinet Selection Toro Appearance: Habano Wrapper leaf from Ecuador, Habano 2000 Binder, and Cuban Seed Habano Filler. Burning: Even burn, Good draw, No relight. Construction: Well Constructed, Wrapper stayed intact. Taste: Full-bodied, Earthy, Leathery, with spice notes. Grade: A Final Comments: This was a wonderful rich, smooth cigar. […]

Guest review of the Medina 1959

Originally posted by Bryan Glynn of CigarObsession.com This 6.5×52 stick offered a mild experience with smooth light smoke, offering a woody and slightly sweet taste, best described as butterscotch at points. A creamy nuttiness ended it, with a short clean finish all the way through. Construction was perfect with no issues and a perfect draw. […]

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