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Wrapper review Search Results

Your search for Wrapper review located the below Wrapper review Search Results. The Wrapper review Search Results are returned from stories published by Puff.com. Puff publishes stories covering Wrapper review news, Cigar Reviews, Cigar News, Cigar Forums, Cigar Videos, Cigar Interviews and more!

Written by: Puff Staff
..., having a oily wrapper, and no apparent flaws in the external construction. If Butera decided to fancy up the band a bit, maybe add the word "limited" or "anniversary, and they could easily double t...
16-03-2002
Word count: 475
Written by: Puff Staff
...ght tan natural wrapper that was smooth without blemishes or prominent veins. The Toro is a nice, if non-descript, looking cigar." On the other hand was the Maduro version, coming in with a very re...
16-03-2002
Word count: 953
Written by: Puff Staff
...laid across the wrapper of these cigars. We almost felt obligated to throw out one of the reviews, as the cigars obviously arrived a bit on the dry side...we'll chalk that up as our fault. The revie...
16-03-2002
Word count: 503
Written by: Puff Staff
...smooth, reddish wrapper free of major defects. A tad on the rustic side, but being from 1998, we'd have to say they aged quite well! A nicely firm construction, again free of major defects, the ER...
16-03-2002
Word count: 493
Written by: Puff Staff
...roadleaf maduro wrapper, Nicaraguan binder, and a blend of Dominican, Nicaraguan, and Peruvian long filler tobaccos. It's hard to question the look of the Onyx Reserve, as it glistens with shades o...
16-03-2002
Word count: 600
Written by: Puff Staff
...an tobacco. The wrapper is Sumatra seed, Ecuadorian grown tobacco. The robustos are packed in cabinets of 35 cigars. The Dos Rios Robusto approaches "Humidor Candy" status, with its extreme box pre...
16-03-2002
Word count: 448
Written by: Puff Staff
...roadleaf maduro wrapper. Mexican binder and Dominican Cibao Valley filler round out the tobaccos used by Fonseca to make the Triangular maduro. While no "hottie" to look at, the Triangulares isn'...
16-03-2002
Word count: 711
Written by: Puff Staff
...er, binder, and wrapper tobaccos. Here we go with our reviewers thoughts, a point to note, we had two guest reviewers (GR), and three staff reviewers (SR) smoke the F1.  The initials identify t...
16-03-2002
Word count: 2133
Written by: Puff Staff
...uadorian Rosado wrapper imparts the Odyssey's flavor. Designed to be a complex cigar, the Odyssey has been aged since September 1, 1995. So far we have a 6 year old perfecto shaped cigar, from the...
16-03-2002
Word count: 614
Written by: Puff Staff
...o Robaina. The wrappers are grown exclusively on the Robaina Plantation, and the cigars are rolled in the H. Upmann factory. Initial appearances of the Vegas Robaina Unicos are nothing to write ho...
16-03-2002
Word count: 561
Written by: Puff Staff
... a rather light wrapper when compared to some of the other H. Upmann cigars. There were tints of red, mixed among the predominant light brown. The Connoisseur No. 1 had a supple feel, bordering on s...
16-03-2002
Word count: 600
Written by: Puff Staff
... grey ash. The wrapper, a rich cocoa brown, almost seemed like it had aged to match the yellowing band. Any harshness that had appeared in earlier versions of this smoke we're long gone. The st...
16-03-2002
Word count: 363
Written by: Puff Staff
...dorian Sumatran wrapper. The maduro is an Ecuadorian maduro wrapper. For this review we smoked the Ecuadorian wrapper robusto." As we go through this review, you may start thinking we have lapsed ...
16-03-2002
Word count: 512
Written by: Puff Staff
...n assortment of wrappers grown around the world. The Cusano Corojo follows the same theme by employing the use of Ecuadorian Corojo Vintage 1996 wrapper. The Cuban Corojo wrapper is famous for the...
16-03-2002
Word count: 518
Written by: Puff Staff
...an add a maduro wrapper; they created a completely new blend. The filler is piloto cubano Nicaragua Cuban seed tobacco while the binder is Indonesian, and the wrapper is Ecuador brown leaf. This is a ...
16-03-2002
Word count: 907
Written by: Puff Staff
...onesian natural wrappers. The full-bodied maduro wrapper comes from Mexico. The resulting cigars have a reputation for full flavor and consistency at a fair price. But the question is whether the mass...
16-03-2002
Word count: 661
Written by: Puff Staff
...to surround the wrapper and the cap. We had quite a few comments about the cap coming off soon after smoking, leaving you with a long piece of wrapper tobacco hanging from your lip. Not suggested if ...
16-03-2002
Word count: 430
Written by: Puff Staff
...cuadorian grown wrapper leaf. This leaf is absolutely gorgeous in appearance: dark, oily, and silk-like to the touch. We had this leaf in the back of our minds for a future line for some time now. ...
16-03-2002
Word count: 796
Written by: Puff Staff
... with a natural wrapper in a local tobacconist, and bought them up...for the first and last time. One of our guest reviewers received only these cigars in his sampler kit due to a partial oversight o...
16-03-2002
Word count: 366
Written by: Puff Staff
...appeared on the wrappers of our samples, but nothing that detracted much from the cigar. The Cameroon wrapper on the Signature surprises some with a somewhat mild taste. Combine that with an almost...
15-03-2002
Word count: 403

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