Diamond Crown Julius Caeser Robusto

Diamond Crown Julius Caeser Robusto

Origin : Dominican RepublicDiamond Crown cigars
Format : Robusto
Size : 4 3/4 x 52
Wrapper : Ecuador Havana
Filler : Dominican Republic
Binder : Dominican Republic
Hand-Made
Price : $10.80
More info about purchasing Diamond Crown cigars...

Coming from the oldest premium cigar company in the United States, the J.C. Newman Cigar Company is responsible for the production of many familiar brands such as Diamond Crown, Cuesta-Rey, Brick House, and El Baton. In the summer of 2012 the bilingual magazine Cigar Journal published an article/interview with Eric and Bobby Newman, owners of the J.C. Newman Cigar Co. According to the Cigar Journal ‘quote’:

This line (Diamond Crown Julius Caeser) of super premium cigars was created in 2010 to honor the founder of the J.C. Newman Cigar Company’s 135th birthday and the 115th anniversary of the company. Julius Caeser Newman’s likeness appears on the cigar label.

Read the full review of Diamond Crown Julius Caeser Robusto...

Diamond Crown Julius Caeser

Padilla Habano Artisano

Origin : Dominican RepublicDiamond Crown cigars
Format : Pyramid
Size : 6.5 x 52
Wrapper : Ecuador
Binder : Unknown
Filler : Unknown
Hand-Made
Price : $11-17 each
More info about purchasing Diamond Crown cigars...

This cigar was gifted to me by a generous BOTL around Christmas time. This doesn't seem to be a very widely available cigar, at least mostly being sold at Diamond Crown lounges. And with that exclusivity comes the expectedly exorbitant price tag. From what I can find, this cigar line retails in the $11 - $17 range.

Read the full review of Diamond Crown Julius Caeser...

Diamond Crown Maximus Robusto #5

Diamond Crown Maximus Robusto #5

Diamond Crown cigarsOrigin : Dominican Republic
Format : Robusto
Size : 5 x 50
Wrapper : Ecuador
Binder : Dominican Republic
Filler : Dominican Republic
Hand-Made
Price : ~$10-11 each
More info about purchasing Diamond Crown Maximus cigars...

My wife and I had such a busy weekend planned that it seemed naught but wishful thinking that I would be able to get a smoke in for this week’s review. On Saturday, between sleeping in and making a trek to the animal circus known as the mall, a perfect window popped open and of course, I jumped at the opportunity to fire one up. Pulling together my arsenal and securing a post on the front porch I was ready to settle in with a DVD of The Sopranos and a Diamond Crown Maximus No. 5 Robusto.

Read the full review of Diamond Crown Maximus Robusto #5...