Cohiba Robusto

Cohiba Robusto

Origin : Cuba
Format : RobustoCohiba
Size : 124 x 19.84 mm
Ring : 50
Weight : 11.66 g
Hand-Made
Price : ~$15 each
More info about purchasing Cohiba cigars...

I was very surprised to discover that this classic has never been reviewed here at CigarInspector.com. In this post, I will try to make a summary of my smoking experiences with Cohiba Robustos from different boxes and with different age on them as this is one of the cigars that I'm the most familiar with.

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H. Upmann Magnum 46

H. Upmann Magnum 46

Origin : CubaH. Upmann
Format : Corona Gorda
Size : 143 x 18.26 mm
Ring : 46
Weight : 11.41 g
Hand-Made
Price : ~$10 each
More info about purchasing H. Upmann cigars...

H. Upmann Magnum 46 has definitely sealed its place in my Humidor. This is a very classy cigar, with only one drawback that I could find. Overall, though, an excellent smoke.

Read the full review of H. Upmann Magnum 46...

Survey of Women Cigar Smokers

Heather from Fumee World sent me a press-release about a survey conducted to gain a better understanding of female cigar consumers. It was created and conducted by Cigar Research and The Association for Women Cigar Smokers. There are some interesting facts, such as:

  • Average female smoker smokes roughly one cigar per week
  • Women are indifferent to box, band or label design and prefer purchasing their cigars online
  • When smoking a cigar, women feel "powerful", "attractive", "strong", "fun" and "rebellious", whereas the vast majority of male smokers feel "peaceful"

You can download the results of the survey here.

Stellar Stogies Recap

10 weeks ago, we started publishing articles in the Stellar Stogies series by Karen. 10 major cigar brands were covered and we hope that it was a pleasant and insightful read for all of you. If you missed some of the articles, we had put together all the links in this post. Enjoy!

Poll: should we cover other topics?

As there have recently been (and there's more to come) a few wine-related posts on this blog, I would like to have readers' opinion - should we write about other topics, not directly related to cigars, such as wine (this is something I am particularly interested in) and other drinks (rum, cognac, coffee)?

Please use the poll below and feel free to post your comments in the comments section. Thanks!

According to your experience, is there any significant flavor difference between Cuban and non-Cuban cigars?

  • Yes, Cuban cigars definitely taste better on average. (47%, 82 Votes)
  • It really depends on the particular cigar. No significant difference. (43%, 74 Votes)
  • Yes, non-Cuban cigars definitely taste better on average. (10%, 18 Votes)

Total Voters: 174

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August Contest Winner

Based on the number and the quality of submitted cigar tips, I decided that mountchuck is the winner of our August contest.

He will receive a 5-pack sampler courtesy of Duque Cigars:

  • Oliva Serie G Cameroon Churchill
  • Rocky Patel Nording Robusto
  • Graycliff G2 Torpedo
  • Java Latte Wafe
  • Rocky Patel Olde World Reserve Robusto Corojo

Thanks for everyone who participated and to Duque Cigars for sponsoring the contest. There will be more to come, so stay tuned!

Last day to enter the contest

The winner of our August contest will be selected tomorrow. You still have time to enter the contest by submitting a cigar tip here.

Stellar Stogies: Hoyo de Monterrey

Hoyo de Monterrey cigars

Premium cigar brand Hoyo de Monterrey is one of the oldest brands in the world. Of course, a cigar this old has got to have a pretty interesting history. And Hoyo de Monterrey is no exception. These cigars were born in Cuba when a 13-year-old boy came to work on his uncle’s farm. And they were reborn for the American market in Honduras in 1969, when a Cuban seed was smuggled out of post-revolutionary Cuba in a diplomatic pouch.

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