Among the cigars to be reviewed in early 2013 are:
Bugatti (by Perdomo)
4 year old seco, 5 year old viso, 6 year old ligero. The natural uses a Connecticut wrapper and the maduro uses a triple fermented Nicaraguan maduro.
CLE Corojo robusto by Christian Eiora
This Honduran puro is bold in flavor and complex to boot. Cloaked by a rich and leathery Jamastran Corojo wrapper, each cigar is jam-packed with aged, long-leaf ligeros grown throughout Honduras.
Assortment by Erik Espinosa
601 La Bomba Atom
La Zona Habano Super Toro
La Zona Connecticut Robusto
Graycliff 30 year Vintage PGX
Top-shelf, vintage long-fillers from Nicaragua, the Dominican, and Honduras with a 30-year-old (yes, 30!) African Cameroon wrapper
Pinolero is the latest creation from cigar prodigy AJ Fernandez, crafted to celebrate the rich cigar-making history of Nicaragua. An oily, leathery Nicaraguan sun grown wrapper and proprietary filler blend combine to create a powerful, highly complex experience. Notes of earth, coffee, cedar, pepper, and a twangy finish are present and remarkably well-balanced. It's on the fuller side. (sounds good!)
Humo Jaguar Gigante
The heart of this blend is comprised of robusto Cuban-seed long-fillers from Honduras. A Cuban-esque mixture, secured by a binder from Talanga, then cloaked by a dark and sultry Honduran Oscuro wrapper from the viso priming.
Arturo Fuente Unknown
And it's just that, unknown. The only thing that is known about this cigar is it has a sungrown wrapper. Very dark. Should be interesting. Looks like it's a 6x48 size and has a very dark wrapper.
La Flor Dominicana Oro Chisel natural
I was urged to review this cigar by several people at the local cigar shop. LFD makes some great powerhouse cigars and I'm sure this one will be no different. Each cigar is packaged in a beautiful gold tube. The chisel is among the most beautiful cigars out there.
Many more, stay tuned!