After smokin a ton of new cigars at the RTDA, we have included a couple of new favorites for you to sample. The absolute standout comes from NextGeneration Cigars, a company owned by Jeffrey Avo Uvezian, the son of the famed Avo Uvezian. While the elder Uvezian has nothing to do with the making of this cigar, it is quite apparent that Jeffrey took pretty detailed notes while growing up. Of all the various sizes and shades the one that really set itself apart was the Sumantran Churchill. This cigar is a must for any humidor and believe me, if this cigar were a horse, I know where Id be placing my bets.
Next up is the Big Butt Don Gordo. Normally, logic will tell you that if a cigar has a catchy name than it must be a bad smoke. However, this cigar has certainly proven that theory incorrect. Boasting a very healthy 54 ring guage, Nicaraguan binder and filler, and Indonesian wrapper, this cigar is perfect after a big, fat, juicy steak on a Friday night.
Both the Moran Princess and the Troya No.27 received a sparkling review in Smoke Magazine. Simply put, these cigars are a perfect match with any food, any drink, and any occasion: morning, day, or night.
Finally, we were fortunate enough to get our hands on some of the rarest Royal Jamaicas around. Although the RJ Double Corona is categorized as an "Odd" size, its not odd that these cigars are in short supply. Cigar Aficionado magazine panelists loved it. We bet you will too.
Look out for next month when we feature the famed Dominican Montecristo! Dont miss out.