A new month means a brand new Top Ten Cigars list in our Portland humidor!
Alec Bradley Mundial
This amazing cigar starts off with creamy cocoa and coffee bean flavors. Around the halfway mark some leather and vanilla flavors make themselves present. A hint of red pepper spice accompanies the finish.
La Gloria Serie N
Packed with coffee, nutty, and woody notes with a slight hint of cocoa on the finish.
My Father La Antiguedad
Wrapper: Ecuador Habano
Binder: Nicaragua Criollo & Corojo
First you'll notice sweet spice, coffee, and hazelnut. Strong spice and pepper occur on the retrohale. Sweet chocolate, coffee and hazelnut are predominant with earthy tobacco, chocolate, and caramel carrying most of the flavor. In the background are chocolate, almonds and mild red pepper.
With the Cao Gold you will notice lots of woody and dry tobacco flavors with a mild black pepper spice on the finish.
This smoke is superior on all fronts, with various aromas including rich tobacco flavors, coffee, creamy undertones, a subtle sweetness, with mild pepper notes on the finish.
Fuente Chateau Natural
This cigar starts out with smooth cedar and woody notes. About halfway through, some earthy notes start to present themselves bringing a mild spice along for a nice finish.
Cuban Stock Royal Selection
Wrapper:Ecuadorian Sungrown Habano
Wonderful coffee notes followed by notes of sweetness. In the final third, you'll find oak and nuttiness on the finish that put out an alluring aroma and make for an amazing smoke.
The Crux Classic starts off with a mild sweetness and woody notes, around the halfway mark some spice begins to make itself present with some leathery notes.
My Father Creamas #3
This cigar starts off with lots of cedar and woody flavors, some leather and earth start to present themselves and brings out a nice white pepper spice on the finish.
Oliva Melanio V
This cigar is full of leather, coffee, caramel, and woody flavors that dominate the palate.