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11
May

Origin : Costa Rica
Size : 133 x 60
Hand-Made : 9 Years old tobacco
Price : ~$44

Draw : 6 out of 6 stars
Burn : 5 out of 6 stars
Flavour : 4 out of 6 stars
Aroma : 3.5 out of 6 stars
Strength : 3.5 out of 6 stars

Overall : 4.5 out of 6 stars

Introduction

I have heard a lot about this new brand on the market. On the social networks, we have all seen these big, dark and oily cigars worn with a flashy coloured band. Their packaging is not discreet in the shops and attracted my eyes many times. I finally got my hands on few of these mysterious cigars as the brand keep their recipes discreet (I still need to investigate more).
El Septimo develops 100% Costa Rican cigars aged for many years like most of the high end new world cigars. Not surprised to see some 7 to 10 years old tobacco leaves being present in the blends.
This was my first Costa Rican cigar!

Appearance

What a phenomenal looking cigar. As you have read lately, my personal taste is for claro to Colorado claro colour. I have never been visually attracted to the fashion of dark wrapper. I love the classic light brown and soft coloured dress for a cigar. However, I cannot deny, the Wrapper of the El Septimo Exception black is stunning. Dark, extremely oily and soft as silk. At first sight you understand this is a luxury dress. The cigar feels unusual, as I smoke more Cubans than new world cigars, it is so compact and hard that I would usually suspect a plugged cigar.

Construction

I did a straight cut to the cigar and you can see the leaves are perfectly rolled together as you would expect for a new world cigar. Packed of tobacco and rolled with skills.
Unusual foot as it is closed by the wrapper with a pig tail. Therefore, when I pre-drew the cigar I thought it was plugged, I just forgot the foot was closed…
When lit, the amount of smoke is huge, proof to a great construction.
The burn was constant all the way and the ash not as dense as I would expect for such a big cigar.
I could leave the exception black on the ashtray or few minutes and did not have to light it again to enjoy.

Tasting

The very first puff is punchy and spicy. When seeing the size of the cigar I got worried as I would not be able to cope with such a spicy cigar all the way. As soon as the foot burnt fully the strength and flavours mellowed down and the first third starts fresh and very soft. Very interesting start with a complete change of strength within few minutes. Strong vegetal notes and herbal senses are dominating the first third. The strength takes sometimes to settle and from the second third to the last one I was surprisingly enjoying a light bodied cigar extremely well balance with a low acidity. This low acidity allow the after taste to be very gentle and soft. Clearly we have some aged tobacco here as I do not feel any ammoniac neither.
Personally, loving high complexed cigars with lots of changes, I am very surprised with the balance of this cigar and the consistency of flavours and strength all the way.
The flavours turn into classic woodiness and smoked meat from the second third until the end.
The amount of smoke is extremely high and its aroma is very soft and pleasant. That big amount of smoke if very relaxing. High density and thick.

Overall

The El Septimo Exception Black is my first Costa Rican cigar. I have enjoyed lots of Nicaraguan, developing rich flavours but I think Costa Rica can be the next cigar destination. The tobacco is clearly of a very high quality, properly aged and developing very smooth and elegant cigar. The exception black would be a great outdoor companion, well balanced, easy to enjoy for an hour and half.
I understand the price set may be challenging but at least we will not discussed ( like all new world cigars) the construction issues and the level of quality is present from the visual, the feeling and the enjoyment.

Cigar Review – El Septimo Exception Black

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24
Nov

Black Friday cigar deals

Black Friday and Cyber Monday cigar deals, carefully hand-picked for you. This post will be constantly updated, bookmark for future reference!

  • JR Cigars – a few available cigar deals, including 40% off Oliva & Nub boxes. New deals should progressively appear. Check them out here.
  • Famous Smoke offers a $40 discount on all orders over $150. Roughly amounts to a 25% discount. Click here and use code 40BFAFF.
  • Cigar Terminal – the already popular All-Stars Cuban Samplers are again discounted for Black Friday. A selection of 10, 20 or 30 Cuban sticks, starting at $69. Good value!
  • Summit Cigars – 50% off a selection of interesting cigars with code BLKFRI50.
  • CigarsFor.Me – free shipping on Black Friday with code “BLACKFRIDAY” (no minimum order, all deals on this page), and same conditions for Cyber Monday (the code is “CYBERMONDAY”, all deals can be found here).
  • Neptune Cigars – a very good 20% off your basket BF Special. Once clicked on the promotional page on their site, it is applied to your cart.

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28
Jan

Four Kicks Black Belt Buckle

Origin : Dominican Republic
Crowned Heads CigarsFormat : Corona Gorda
Size : 5 5/8 x 46
Wrapper : Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro
Filler : Nicaragua
Binder : Nicaragua
Hand-Made
Price : ~$8 each
More info about purchasing Four Kicks Black Belt Buckle…

Famous Smoke Shop recently announced that Crowned Heads would be producing a special line of cigars exclusively for their shops. Called the Four Kicks Black Belt Buckle, the new cigar is an amped-up version of the original Four Kicks. Where the old Four Kicks used a Habano Ecuador wrapper, this one comes with a Connecticut Broadleaf.

In case you’re curious about the name, it comes from a song by the Kings of Leon. The lyrics go like this:

Huff men don’t take no nonsense
He’s here to rectify
He’s got his black belt buckle
And the red man’s fire in his eyes.

This cigar is brand new—it’s been available to order since December 3. I’ve finally had a chance to give it a try.

Appearance : 5 out of 5 stars
This cigar has a medium-brown wrapper which is almost reddish in color. It’s toothy and kind of rustic in how it looks and feels, but it’s a very good-looking stogie. There are two bands on the cigar. The first is the red and gold “Four Kicks” seal. The second below it lists the “Black Belt Buckle” portion of the name. Both form a nice contrast with the reddish brown wrapper leaf.

Construction : 4.75 out of 5 stars (4.75)
This cigar features great construction. The draw was just right, not too tight and not too loose. The burn line was fairly even and only required a few minor adjustments. I was especially impressed with the firm ash, which really hung on!

Flavor : 4 out of 5 stars
As far as flavors go, the cigar starts out with flavors of earth and wood. The wood has a kind of burnt, smoky flavor to it which I find very enjoyable. As the smoke progresses, I pick out notes of coffee. There is also a subtle sweetness blended in. It never picks up too much pace and it’s never cloying. It’s always just there in the backdrop balancing things out and rounding out the flavor profile. I took a point off because there wasn’t a lot of variation. But I did enjoy the blend very much, especially that charred wood note.

Value : 4.5 out of 5 stars
The Four Kicks Black Belt Buckle Corona Gorda retails for around $7-8 a stick. That is a very reasonable price and nothing to complain about, especially for a limited edition smoke.

Overall Rating : 4.5 out of 5 stars
I can easily give the Four Kicks Black Belt Buckle a very high recommendation. If you enjoyed the original Four Kicks, this one delivers an extra kick. It’s definitely very much in the full-bodied area, not a good cigar to start your day, but a perfect one to end it with. Order a box quickly if you want to give these a try. Only 1,000 boxes are being produced, so these are just going to fly off the shelves!

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25
Nov

Black Friday cigar deals

Black Friday and Cyber Monday cigar deals, carefully hand-picked for you. This post will be constantly updated, bookmark for future reference!

  • JR Cigars – simply but efficient, JR Cigars offer $20 off $100+ orders. You might also want to download their new app, Beat the Dealer, for additional discounts and special offers – the app looks rather good!
  • Famous Smoke is playing it differently this year and has got plenty of different offers, each running for just one hour. Free shipping, free smokes, nice discounts – you name it. They call it Couponbuster, check it out.

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27
Aug

Paul Stulac Black Midnight Fire

Origin : Miami, FloridaPaul Stulac
Format : Torpedo
Size : 6 x 54
Wrapper : Ecuadorian
Filler : Nicaragua
Binder : Sumatran
Hand-Made
Price : ~$12 each
More info about purchasing Paul Stulac Black…

Black Midnight Fire was one of three cigars debuted by boutique cigar manufacturer Paul Stulac at IPCPR in 2012 (the others were White Blinding Light and Red Screaming Sun). Previously I tried Red Screaming Sun, which retails in a similar price range. I enjoyed the flavors a lot, but was displeased with some construction issues. I also tasted the Classic Lord of Albany, a cheaper smoke that I thoroughly enjoyed. I gave the Black Midnight Fire a whirl to see how it measured up. They are hand-rolled by Guillermo Pena in Miami (something you don’t run into every day in the world of premium cigars).

Appearance : 4 out of 5 stars
The poetic name of these cigars must be a descriptor for the flavors, because the appearance isn’t dark; the wrapper is a rich reddish brown. There are some very prominent veins as well as some prominent tooth (something I have seen on other Paul Stulac cigars). It’s very oily and shiny. The tooth and the prominent veins make for a very rustic appearance. If that’s your thing, you’ll love it. If not, you’ll have to look past it.

Construction : 5 out of 5 stars
Happily I did not have any construction problems with this smoke. In fact, it was pretty much perfect! The draw was ideal, and the burn line was pretty straight. I couldn’t get over how long the ash hung on either. This cigar smokes pretty slowly, which is nice, since you really get to relax into this one and enjoy it.

Flavor : 3 out of 5 stars
Okay, so maybe “relax” isn’t the word I should have used. This is actually what I would have imagined from a cigar named “Red Screaming Sun” more than “Black Midnight Fire.” It is hot. You get this huge blast of spice right from the beginning. It’s a peppery explosion. Somewhere in the background I think there is something else going on, but I can’t make out any other notes under that fiery blast.

Eventually the spice starts to calm down and a dark sweetness emerges, thick and heavy like molasses; perhaps this is the inspiration for the rest of the name. During the middle third, a surprising creamy note emerges and the spice moves further to the background. There is something dark and fruity here along with a dash of dark chocolate. Halfway, I get another peppery blast. This moves to the background again in the final third, but it makes a couple more comebacks before the end.

There is no denying that I can wrap my mind around the naming concept; this really is a dark, rich, smooth cigar punctuated by bursts of fire. Unfortunately I find those explosions of spice a little distracting. They’re interesting, but are they enjoyable? Maybe if you really dig spice.

Value : 3 out of 5 stars
At around $12 each, these cigars will cost you. I think I would feel better about the price if I enjoyed the spice explosions more. As it is, I enjoyed this cigar for its novelty, but I don’t think I could be tempted to buy a box.

Overall Rating : 3.25 out of 5 stars (3.25)
I recognize that rating cigars is a highly subjective activity, and I know my tastes aren’t everyone’s. This is definitely an interesting cigar, and if you love spiciness, you will definitely want to snag one of these. If however you are like me, you might find it a bit intense and distracting.

Paul Stulac Black Midnight Fire

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08
May

Leccia Black Robusto

Origin : Dominican Republic
Format : RobustoLeccia Cigars
Size : 5 x 52
Wrapper : Ecuadorian Habano
Filler : Nicaraguan, Dominican, Mata Fina, Dark Fire
Binder : Nicaraguan Rosado
Hand-Made
Price : ~$8 each
More info about purchasing Leccia Black cigars…

Sam Leccia is well known for his long association with Oliva. In 2012, he was able to break away and start up his own premium cigar company (after a few unpleasant setbacks involving Oliva in 2011). The Leccia Black is one of a duo of “Black and White” cigars, the other of course being the Sam Leccia White, made in Nicaragua. The Black is manufactured in the Dominican Republic, and comes in four sizes: Corona, Robusto, Toro, and XO (Gordo). It comes wrapped in an Ecuadorian Habano with a Nicaraguan Rosado binder enclosing a filler blended of Dominican and Nicaraguan ligeros, Brazilian viso, and “Dark Fire” tobaccos which have been wood-fire-cured.

The fire-cured aspect of this cigar makes it truly unique. The majority of cigars are made with air-cured tobacco. Fire-curing removes moisture and is generally used for pipe and chewing tobacco. This process results in a “smoky” flavor. Doesn’t just the sound of that make you excited? Let’s check it out!

Appearance : 4.75 out of 5 stars (4.75)
This cigar looks and feels solid. The wrapper is medium brown, has a pleasant sheen of oil, and a few visible veins. Otherwise, it is very smooth. The band is simple black and white in design, as you might have guessed, in keeping with the series. The logo and the Leccia typeface are both studies in simplicity and elegance. A very nice-looking cigar. The pre-light aroma is very distinctive, certainly as a result of the “Dark Fire” tobaccos, and reminds me of a campfire. I am definitely expecting some smoky flavors.

Construction : 3.75 out of 5 stars (3.75)
I was very curious what the fire-curing would do to impact the construction of the cigar. As far as burn, there were no problems at all. There were a few minor touch-ups, but nothing outside of the ordinary. Draw on the other hand was consistently a little tight, which bugged me. It wasn’t terrible, but it wasn’t quite up to snuff either.

Flavor : 4.25 out of 5 stars (4.25)
As you might expect, the Leccia Black Robusto is a little different than your typical smoking experience, and the entire flavor profile is impacted by the fire-curing process. You can taste that campfire flavor in the pre-light draw.

When you light up, you get a burst of natural tobacco flavors with smoky overtones and a good dash of pepper. I mostly noticed the smokiness on the retrohale. The natural tobacco definitely is the primary flavor. For some reason I expected this one to stay spicy, but the peppery notes actually fall away in the middle third, and are replaced by sweet flavors. I am also getting hints of anise. In the final third, the flavors all kind of even out in intensity, with the smokiness coming to a fore. I was able to smoke this one right down to the nub without any harshness or heat. That isn’t something that happens every day.

Value : 4.5 out of 5 stars
At $8 per stick, this is a moderately priced cigar. It offers tremendous quality, so the value is good.

Overall Rating : 4.25 out of 5 stars (4.25)
Despite the slightly tight draw, I loved this cigar. The Leccia Black Robusto is very good. It was incredible being able to smoke it all the way down to the nub and enjoy every minute. I really enjoyed the smokiness imparted by the fire-cured tobacco, and would love to try more fire-cured cigars. This is a wonderfully innovative re-entry to the world of premium cigars for Sam Leccia, and if it is any indication, he is going to do very well.

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28
Nov

Black Friday cigar deals

Black Friday and Cyber Monday cigar deals, carefully hand-picked for you. This post will be updated on Monday, bookmark for future reference!

  • Gotham Cigars – this year, Gotham has some traditional discounts (e.g. $10 off every order over $100, etc.), some interesting samplers, but my favorite deal is the buy 1 get 1 free sampler of Alec Braldey American Sungrown, one of our favorite cheap cigars. 10 cigars for $19.99, that’s pretty good! (full list of deals here)
  • Famous Smoke has something unusual this year. For every $150 order, a $40 Amex reward card is gifted. Click here for this promotion. I must admit it’s quite easy to get those $150 with the samplers they have there, Oliva, Perdomo and best of 2014 look rather good!
  • Cigars For .Me – just a few carefully selected box deals, including Undercrown! And 12% off the rest of the store.
  • Cigar Federation – 20% off everything, free shipping over $40. Apply coupon code blackfriday20 here.
  • Cheap Humidors – our favorite accessories shop has tiered discounts on Friday: 25% off from 4 AM to 7 AM (EST time), 20% off from 7 AM to 11 AM, 15% from 11 AM to 2 PM, and 10% off through the week-end Use code FRIDAY2014 here.

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28
Nov

Black Friday cigar deals

Black Friday and Cyber Monday cigar deals, carefully hand-picked for you. This post will be updated on Monday, bookmark for future reference!

  • Gotham Cigars – this year, Gotham has some traditional discounts (e.g. $10 off every order over $100, etc.), some interesting samplers, but my favorite deal is the buy 1 get 1 free sampler of Alec Braldey American Sungrown, one of our favorite cheap cigars. 10 cigars for $19.99, that’s pretty good! (full list of deals here)
  • Famous Smoke has something unusual this year. For every $150 order, a $40 Amex reward card is gifted. Click here for this promotion. I must admit it’s quite easy to get those $150 with the samplers they have there, Oliva, Perdomo and best of 2014 look rather good!
  • Cigars For .Me – just a few carefully selected box deals, including Undercrown! And 12% off the rest of the store.
  • Cigar Federation – 20% off everything, free shipping over $40. Apply coupon code blackfriday20 here.
  • Cheap Humidors – our favorite accessories shop has tiered discounts on Friday: 25% off from 4 AM to 7 AM (EST time), 20% off from 7 AM to 11 AM, 15% from 11 AM to 2 PM, and 10% off through the week-end Use code FRIDAY2014 here.

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25
Nov

Dominion Black Lotus

Origin : NicaraguaDominion Cigar
Format : Toro & Gordo
Size : 6 x 50 & 6 x 60
Wrapper : Honduran Colorado Habano
Filler : Nicaraguan and Honduran
Binder : Honduran Sumatra
Hand-Made
Price : N/A

I recently had the fortune of being sent a couple of sample cigars by the new Canadian cigar brand Dominion Cigar. Dominion is based in New Westminster, British Columbia, which makes them an incredibly unique company in the cigar world. Here’s what Steve, their owner, has to say about the challenges of starting up a cigar brand in Canada:

“There are a number of cigar distributors that distribute other cigar brands in Canada, Cuban mostly; Dominion Cigar is the only company tackling launching its own developed brand Canada wide. It’s been one major battle every step of the way, jumping through red tape hoops the Canadian Federal and Provincial Governments put in our way. I truly understand why there isn’t any other Canadian companies at this point, well and of course the absolute crazy tax structure the government has in place on tobacco products.”

My hat is off to you, sir! It seems like cigar companies always have interesting stories behind them, and Dominion is no exception. Dominion seems like it’s off to a great start with the Dominion Black Lotus. The Black Lotus is blended out of Honduran and Nicaraguan tobacco, and manufactured in Danli, Honduras. Ralph Montero of Alec Bradley had a hand in putting together this blend.

I was sent a couple of different sizes, the Toro and the Gordo, as well as a very nice complimentary ashtray. For this review I smoked the Toro since I’m more comfortable with this format than the 60-ring gauge Gordo.

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Appearance : 5 out of 5 stars
The wrapper is a mottled medium brown with a bit of tooth and an oily sheen. There’s a nice double cap, and only a few fine veins. It feels quite firm, almost too firm, which has me a little bit anxious about the draw. The brand is a beautiful, eye-catching gold and blue design with the Black Lotus icon. The pre-light aroma is musty and earthy with a hint of sweet hay.

Construction : 4.5 out of 5 stars
What a pleasant surprise. The first draw is just fine, and none of the other draws feel tight either. Construction is beautiful all around with a razor sharp burn and very little need for touch-ups. The ash builds up and hangs on. There are literally no flaws except that I needed to relight the cigar in the end of the second third.

Flavor : 4.25 out of 5 stars (4.25)
The flavors are creamy, spicy, and peppery, all nicely balanced. At times the pepper is intense, but never overkill. During the middle third, the flavors transition with the spice dropping down substantially. I keep expecting those earthy notes I smelled on pre-light to come through, but they don’t, though the sweet hay is there, woven in with the rest in a very well-melded way. The flavors become salty and there is a hint of anise—but also something sour, and not in a good way like tasty citrus—just sour and unpleasant. Thankfully this is a brief phase before the cigar morphs back into more pleasant territory. The earthiness finally comes through in the last third, and the nuts take front and center stage. The spiciness is still there, but it’s way in the background now.

Overall Rating : 4.5 out of 5 stars
I can’t say anything yet about the value of this cigar, since I don’t know what it will be retailing at. You can purchase it at select retailers in Canada right now (it was released in October 2014), but you still can’t buy it anywhere else. It is expected to hit stores in Germany early next year, and release later in 2015 in the United States. I will be interested to see what it sells for; it’s certainly a delightful stogie and I look forward to my chance to smoke another. Aside from that brief sour interlude in the middle third (which may have been a fluke), this is a pretty good cigar. Complex flavors, beautiful construction, and a promising foray into the cigar world by a new Canadian brand. Definitely try one of these if you get a chance!

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03
Jan

Alec Bradley Black Market #1

Origin : HondurasAlec Bradley
Format : Toro
Size : 6 x 50
Wrapper : Nicaragua
Filler : Panama; Honduras
Binder : Sumatra (grown in Ecuador)
Hand-Made
Price : $8 each
More info about purchasing Alec Bradley Black Market cigars…

Released in 2011, the Alec Bradley Black Market cigars use a blend of tobaccos from four different countries. However that’s not all… the cigars only contain visos and ligeros (no seco leaves are used in this blend). The Black Market cigars come in boxes of 22 that look like old cargo crates and are available in the following sizes:

Robusto 5 1/4 x 52; Toro 6 x 50; Churchill 7 x 50; Torpedo 6 1/8 x 54; and Gordo 6 x 60.

Alec Bradley Black Market #2

The pre-light ritual for the AB Black Market was most disappointing. The cap on the cigar was sloppy and uneven. The smell of the stick revealed a stout barnyard and tiny shots of mint. Wrapper had plenty of heavy veins and one very noticeable blemish was found upon removal of the large foot band (which did not come off with ease).

Alec Bradley Black Market #3

The secondary band that remained on the cigar was halfway up the stick and had a military look to the print decorated with black and steel. Near that middle band was excessive glue stains all over the wrapper leaf. The cold draw was very tight and showed an empty mushroom taste.

Pre-light score: 6 pts.

The AB Black Market started out with a cool fresh smoke that was leathery and mildly sweet. After a couple of puffs however the remainer of the cap began to come off in my mouth (don’t think my Xikar guillotine did a bad job as it has yet to let me down). The burn was however dead even and resulted in a gray powdery ash.

Alec Bradley Black Market #4

Into the second third of my Black Market by Alec Bradley the tastes took a turn for the better, becoming creamy and bready with a leathery undercoat lingering on the palate. Upon continuing, however, the cream dissipated and a meaty burnt spice led to medium body smoking experience.

Not expecting much into the final third the cigar became spongy and tart. It remained in the medium bodied range the entire smoke and the aroma had an awkward Indian Curry characteristic to it. The finish showed more muttled ill defined tastes that were very… boring.

Smoking score: 7 pts.

Alec Bradley Black Market #7

To sum up my overall experience with the Alec Bradley Black Market, I would label this cigar as just another bland blend on the already large market. With such a market, cigar producers need to be releasing products that really stick out (not just a cool band or packaging idea). This is a perfect example of that. Aside from the unique name and band (presentation), this cigar just doesn’t cut it. Pass on this one.

Overall Experience score: 6 pts.

Alec Bradley Black Market Rating

Pre-Light: 6 pts.
Smoking: 7 pts.
Overall Experience: 6 pts.

TOTAL: 19 pts.

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