1. Ben February 5, 2011 @ 9:57 pm Reply

    I agree…these are super cigars!

  2. Cigar Review: PANA Triple Corojo Churchill | FineTobaccoNYC February 6, 2011 @ 5:58 pm Reply

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  3. cheryl February 7, 2011 @ 2:05 am Reply

    if they keep bans on smoking the only thing we willbe able to do outdoors is drink kool aid and walk

  4. TIMOTHY HERZOG February 8, 2011 @ 4:05 pm Reply

    I haven’t had the pleasure of smoking any of the Churchill (48 x 7) size from PANA Cigars (yet), but I have smoked all 4 blends in the Robusto (50 x 5) line, as well as the Toro (54 x 6) Triple Corojo and Ligero-Maduro. While I enjoyed all 4 Robusto’s, I must admit that my personal favorite (so far) is the PANA Ligero-Maduro Toro (54 x 6). It is a very well constructed, beautiful cigar, with an even burn and an amazing blend of sweetness and spice! Try one if you get the chance….and have your own Moment!

  5. To Lickliter March 9, 2011 @ 1:51 am Reply

    I am writing you this message regarding the PANA cigar. I mentioned if it were any good I would let you know what I think. It was more than just good it was excellent.
    I smoked the Ligero Maduro, or what I should say is, it smoked me. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I have always admired Maduros for the use of such a durable resilient wrapper leaf. Many smokers are fooled into thinking the dark wrapper is going to impart a stronger tasting cigar. I say nay. The higher temperature employed during the processing of maduro wrapper leafs does require a hardier tobacco, this ingredient alone does not result in a heavy overpowering smoke. In fact I found the Ligero to be smooth and would describe it as a medium bodied cigar. Possessing flavors of mild berry and soft wood tones. It was easy going and flavorful, yet it really surprised me.
    I discovered mild pepper however not to spicy undertones as the finished approached. I feel such a wonderful cigar is perfect for someone who desires full flavor in a medium bodied smoke.

    Overall rating = 92
    Body = Medium bordering Full
    Flavor = Simple berry and non-distinctive wood tones. Finishing with mild pepper.

    My opinion = Where do I get them!!

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