Paul Stulac White Blinding Light Review

Brand: Paul Stulac Cigars                Country: Miami, USA
Size: Toro 6 x 56                              Wrapper: Dark Ecuador Habano
Price: $12.40 (Buy)                   No. Smoked: 1

Paul Stulac White Blinding Light Review

The Label Factor:

All the sticks in the Paul Stulac portfolio contain the same crest against various colored background. You’ll know the White Blinding Light well….because it’s white! The text above “Paul Stulac” reads “Regalo De Dios”, which translates to “Gift from God”, letting you know this cigar was crafted by a divine being, apparently residing in Miami, Florida.

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Nica Rustica Review

Brand: Drew Estate                   Country: Nicaragua
Size: El Brujito 6 x 52               Wrapper: Connecticut Broadleaf
Price: $6.95 (Buy)              No. Smoked: 2

Nica Rustica Review

The Label Factor:

The yellow and red colors on the Nica Rustica paint a stark contrast to the Undercrown and Liga Privada lines that Drew Estate has become synonymous with. The label itself appears to be made out of a thick, leather-like substance reminiscent of the Herrera Esteli. Against the Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper, it works well. When combined with the 50-count boxes these come housed in, you have a cigar that does a great job standing out on the shelf.

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Arturo Fuente Añejo Review

Brand: Arturo Fuente                      Country: Dominican Republic
Size: No.55 6 x 55                         Wrapper: Maduro
Price: $12.00                           No. Smoked: 2

Arturo Fuente Anejo Review

The Label Factor:

The Arturo Fuente Añejo tests the limits of how much stuff you can put on a cigar. You’ve got a label, a cedar strip wrapped around, and a red ribbon tied on the foot. I was half expecting a secondary band to hidden beneath the cedar. Combined it all works, and make the Añejo one of Arturo Fuentes more attractive offerings.

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Drew Estate Liga Privada ‘Surgeon’ Safari Blend Review

Brand: Drew Estate              Country: Nicaragua
Size: Toro 6 x 52                 Wrapper: Capa C.T. Habano
Price: Priceless!            No. Smoked: 1

Drew Estate Cigar Safari Cigar Surgeon Review

The Label Factor:

One of the benefits to attending the Drew Estate Cigar Safari is the chance to create your own custom blend. This blend comes from fellow cigar blogger “Cigar Surgeon,” who writes for Cigar Federation. I would have liked to see a little more flair in the band. Is it too much to ask for a Liga Privada label with “Cigar Surgeon” text on it?

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