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Feb 16, 2010
Bradford Dunn commented on Brandon Barker's blog post What is the best cigar that you have ever smoke???
"I agree that the occasion makes the cigar. With that in mind, I'd elect the Davidoff Puro 2009 I smoked with my old man for his 60th birthday. Also, any Anejo is relevant to this discussion."
Feb 16, 2010
Bradford Dunn posted a blog post

1926 Padron No. 6 Maduro

Pre-Burn: Dark, oily wrapper with few veins. Slight box press.First Third: Starts off with a kick of spice then mellows. This cigar has an easy draw.Middle Third: Some initial spice is lost in the middle but the flavor does not desist. Instead of spice, one can also taste bits of creaminess.Final Third: Spice returns yet not overbearing. This cigar can be smoked down to the finger tips.Overall, phenomenal cigar with a great flavor complexity. One of my personal favorites and certainly deserving…See More
Jan 22, 2010
Bradford Dunn posted a blog post

Montecristo Reserva Negra Corona

Pre-Burn:This cigar has an uber dark wrapper with an underlying dark chocolate aroma.First Third:Starts off a tad harsh however after the first ash, creamy notes are present.Middle Third:Best part of the cigar by far - more creaminess and the underlying dark chocolate taste comes into play.Final Third:Very smooth and the burn stays cool. Lots of flavor complexity.Corona shaped cigars generally have the proclivity to burn hot - especially at the finish. However the Reserva Negra Corona,…See More
Jan 16, 2010
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Jan 16, 2010

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Best Cigar Under $10??

Branching off from what Brandon recently posted, I was wondering what people thought were the best cigars that they've had which were under $10. I'm looking for some good bang-for-your-buck cigars. Thanks

Posted on February 16, 2010 at 12:01pm — 1 Comment

Padron 1964 Maduro Exclusivo

Pre Burn: Not one of the darkest Padron Maduros I've had but certainly oily with a sllight aroma of cocoa and coffee.

First third: Some earthy and cedary notes are present.

Second third: Cocoa notes dominate this cigar in the middle. Exceptionally smooth with an effortles draw makes this experience enjoyable.

Final third: Subtle hints of coffee are now paired with the strong cocoa notes to create one of the best tastes in a cigar - Cubans…

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Posted on February 16, 2010 at 11:53am

1926 Padron No. 6 Maduro

Pre-Burn: Dark, oily wrapper with few veins. Slight box press.



First Third: Starts off with a kick of spice then mellows. This cigar has an easy draw.



Middle Third: Some initial spice is lost in the middle but the flavor does not desist. Instead of spice, one can also taste bits of creaminess.



Final Third: Spice returns yet not overbearing. This cigar can be smoked down to the finger tips.



Overall, phenomenal cigar with a great flavor complexity. One… Continue

Posted on January 22, 2010 at 8:23pm

Montecristo Reserva Negra Corona

Pre-Burn:

This cigar has an uber dark wrapper with an underlying dark chocolate aroma.



First Third:

Starts off a tad harsh however after the first ash, creamy notes are present.



Middle Third:

Best part of the cigar by far - more creaminess and the underlying dark chocolate taste comes into play.



Final Third:

Very smooth and the burn stays cool. Lots of flavor complexity.



Corona shaped cigars generally have the proclivity to burn… Continue

Posted on January 16, 2010 at 6:57pm

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