Really glad to see JC Newman add a Maduro to this line and one that isn’t the Mighty Mighty. Nothing against the 6X60 cigar but I tend to prefer cigars in the toro range, usually no bigger than 6X54.
The Brick House Maduro Toro isn’t one of those cigars that’s going to blow your mind, but you’re smoking it because it’s consistent, draws well every time, is a little rustic in not just packaging but overall appearance and is a damn fine cigar for the price point.
Flavors include bitter cocoa, bittersweet notes and some earthiness that resonate throughout the entire cigar. Again, it’s consistent, well priced and a solid medium bodied cigar.
Yup, you read that right. We’ve got some new cigars.
Oh, new thing too. I’m doing a part time bit helping out the owner so she can take some vacation time or spend time with her family. It’s been fun so far!
Let’s see, just a few things that have come in:
Diesel Grind: I left my full review here. Basic takeaway was that this was a new release from AJ Fernandez for IPCPR and utilized a different blend than any of the other Diesel lines.
Pinar Del Rio: These are one of the hidden gems of the industry. Nicaraguan hand made cigars with excellent quality and taste .We carry the Sungrown, the Maduro and Capa Especial (red)
Avo Syncro South American Ritmo: A personal favorite of mine, this
cigar will get a proper review on this site soon. Full bodied, beautiful, well crafted, this premium cigar will surely satisfy any fans of the late Avo Uvezian. I prefer the torpedo in the box pressed Churchill size.
Brickhouse Natural and Maduro: A solid re-release from Nicaragua
by the folks at JC Newman, who brought this toasty, earthy cigar back from extinction as a tribute to J. C. Newman.
Macanudo Inspirado Red and Black: Soft and supple, or more full bodied in a maduro, you decide. But we carry black, red and white!