1-866-37CIGAR (1-866-372-4427)
Shopping Cart

Now in your cart 0 items

Arrow Down

Cigar Reviews

With the prices of stogies rising, it is great to know that there are wonderful cigar reviews done by many different connoisseurs and aficionados. This information is very helpful because these evaluations cover many different areas that concern smokers. Information such as how much the smoke is if only buying one or how much one can expect to pay for a box of them is all included.

Cigar reviews also include information about where to find the rarer stogies. Some are produced in a limited quantity because they are each made by hand. Other reasons might include an extended maturation time that may be demanded by the manufacturer. This can make rare sticks even harder to find.

Other things that are covered in these evaluations of the various different smokes would include but not be limited to the following:
• Wrapper information
• Filler information
• Origin of the tobacco
• Appearance
• Dry draw analysis
• Taste and flavor notes
• Rating of the body (i.e. medium or full bodied)
• Complexity of the smoke
• Description of the various stages of the stogie
• Recommended beverages as an accompaniment such as water, wine or bourbon

There are many different types and sizes of stogies on the market. Cigar reviews help the aficionado or the novice smoker sort through all of them without having to purchase each and every one. This is especially helpful because there are new tobacco manufacturers as well as stogie producers coming into the market each year. It would take a humidor that was the size of a small skyscraper to house them all and a bank account that had an endless supply of cash.

Cigar reviews can also allow for the person giving the analysis the chance to voice their own personal opinion about the smoke and why this is their overall rating of the smoke. This would be helpful to the person reading the evaluation and discovering that this particular stick has flavor notes of cocoa which is a flavor that they do not care for and would want to avoid. This keeps that person reading the analysis from wasting money on a stogie that they would never enjoy.

Cigar reviews are also helpful because they allow for the truth to be told through the typical hype that is always surrounding a new release by a company or even a new company. Many stogie shops include an area on their websites for people to post their various different opinions about the smokes. This gives each customer something to judge their next purchase on as a basis.

These evaluations can also help a person decide upon the perfect gift for a friend, family member, colleague, co-worker or client. An example would be avoiding a stogie that had strong notes of coffee because the person that will be receiving does not enjoy or drink coffee.

These evaluations are also quite helpful because most manufacturers do not disclose a lot about their products because they want the consumer to buy them and try them for themselves. 

Related Topics:
  • Joya De Nicaragua Cigars
  • Esteban Carreras Cigar Review
  • 7204 Cigar
  • San Cristobal Cigars
  • Viaje Cigars
  • La Cima
  • Oliveros Cigars
  • 601 Cigars
  • Crowned Heads Cigars
  • Carlos Torano
  • Gurkha
  • San Lotano
  • Pinar Del Rio Cigars
  • C And C Cigars
  • Padilla
  • Curivari
  • Hoyo De Monterrey
  • Savinelli
  • Cult Cigars
  • La Libertad Cigars
  • Capadura Cigars
  • El Primer Mundo
  • Nat Sherman Cigars
  • Displaying 1 to 21 (of 21 articles) Result Pages:  1 
    Below is a list of articles with the most recent ones listed first.
    Cigar Aficionados 2013 Cigar Of The Year Montecristo No2
    CA’s 2013 cigar of the year is the Montecristo No. 2, a torpedo made at the famous H. Upmann Factory. It is an iconic torpedo, measured at 6 x 52 and made out of Cuban tobaccos. The name is derived from the Count of Monte Cristo, a classic piece of literature.
    The Te-Amo Revolution Cigar Is Made From Nicaraguan Tobacco
    The Te Amo Revolution cigar is another product in the Altadis line that is meant to give the brand a new look and feel.
    Casa Fernandez Copacobana Cigars In Review
    The release of the Casa Fernandez Copacabana cigar in 1999 was proof to aficionados that Tabacalera Tropical was still among the most superior producers in the industry. After many years creating premium line-ups their continued brilliance and attention to every detail still shines through.
    Swag Dominican Cigars Reviews
    Few stogies compare to the excellence found in Swag Dominican cigars. These stand out in a crowd because it is one of the few brands that utilize nothing but the best tobaccos from the Dominican Republic.
    Casa Fernandez Miami Cigars
    Aficionados and novices alike that are looking for an affordable, full-bodied stick should try Casa Fernandez Miami cigars. Each stogie is tailored to exceed the expectations of the smoker with each draw.
    Savinelli Nicaraguan Reserve 2007 Cigars
    Originally, this company made superb pipes and tobaccos, but began in the cigar industry in 1994 and today offers the Savinelli Nicaraguan Reserve 2007 cigar line. This line is made with the very best tobacco that is Cuban seed. It is unrivaled by any other in the world. Each of the blends in this l...
    La Aurora Gran Reserva Preferidos Cigars
    From the Dominican Republic and new owner Guillermo Leon comes the La Aurora Gran Reserva Preferidos. This line of cigars is a tribute to the brand that began in 1903 and is the oldest in the country of Dominican Republic. With this type of experience and know-how, the results were sure to be stunni...
    A Turrent Puro Corojo Cigar Review
    The A Turrent Puro Corojo series of cigars has had some big footsteps to follow ever since its 2011 launch.
    How To Find The Best Cigars
    There are many options out there when looking for the best cigars on the market. Some aficionados prefer to smoke a mild to medium bodied stick.
    How Do They Come Up With Cigar Ratings
    Cigar ratings may help smokers decide on the sticks they want to try. Whether the smoker is looking to broaden his horizons and try new sticks, or is looking to find something just like his other favorites, the ratings can give him something to think about.
    What Makes For A Top Rated Cigar
    Tobacco producers all over the world strive to produce the top rated cigars in the industry. This privileged distinction provides continued success to those that are well known for their superior smokes, while putting those new to the ranking on the industry map.
    Why Smoke Flavored Cigars
    Flavored cigars are among the top reasons for the rising popularity in women smokers in recent years. While this demographic is not new to the smoking scene, the enticing varieties now available have surely encouraged an increasing number of them to join in
    Who Decides Which Are The Best Cigars
    There are many different reasons why people choose which are the best cigars from the wide variety that is available. One of the most important reasons that some are popular may be because of their flavor.
    Tatuaje La Casita Criolla Is The Cigar To Try
    For those folks that truly understand the excellence of Connecticut broadleaf, the Tatuaje La Casita Criolla is the cigar to try. One of the most unusual cigars, this is a smoke that will leave the smoker wondering why this isn’t in the humidor.
    Carlos Torano Vault Cigar Review
    When it comes to history, Carlos Torano Vault cigars have as colorful a history, as noted in the tobaccos used in this amazing creation. The family has a “blend book” where all the past blends are captured for future reference
    Casa Magna Domus Magnus Review
    The Casa Magna Domus Magnus has enjoyed numerous favorable reviews from cigar aficionados around the country. For its eye-catching beauty and its superb flavor, consensus says that the Casa Magna Domus Magnus is a cigar worthy of indulgence.
    Review Of Casa Magna Domus Magnus Primus Cigar
    The Casa Magna Domus Magnus Primus is a new and limited edition from SAG/Matasa. SAG Imports has a long history in the tobacco industry.
    A History Of Diamondback Cigars
    Diamondback cigars are blended by Omar Ortez, in Nicaragua. The wrapper is Ecuadorian Connecticut, and the binder and filler are both Nicaraguan.
    Casa Magna Cigar Review
    Casa Magna Cigars were developed in collaboration between Nestor Plasencia and Fonseca’s Manuel Quesada. Although the Quesada’s family roots have been in the tobacco business for over a hundred years, Manuel Quesada has been involved himself since 1974.
    A Review Of Highly Rated Swag Cigars
    Swag Cigars were created with an originality and purity like no other Dominican born smoke. This premium puro line comes from a tobacco company of depth and true craftsmanship. When combined with elite tobacco the expertise that Habano Cuba Oliveros Cigars brings to this line is like no other.
    Nub 460 Tube Cigar Review
    Created by Sam Leccia, Nub 460 tubos look to completely redefine the cigar smoking experience from start to finish. He worked many places including countless factories that manufacture these sticks and tested as many different types of smokes as he could get his hands on to develop this line.
    Displaying 1 to 21 (of 21 articles) Result Pages:  1