Kickin’ Ash with Kayla: Kristoff Brittania Reserva Churchill Cigar Review

Purchase the Kristoff Brittania Reserva Churchill here! Kristoff Brittania Reserva Churchill Cigar Construction The Britania Reserva is a milder take on the Kristoff brand. A mix of Nicaraguan and Dominican-grown Cuban seed long leaves is wrapped in a heavily-veined Honduran Connecticut Shade wrapper leaf and bound with a Dominican binder. The wrapper leaf is finished with […]

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Kickin’ Ash with Kayla: CAO Extreme Churchill Cigar Review

Purchase the CAO Extreme Churchill here! CAO Extreme Churchill Cigar Construction The CAO Extreme is chock full of Ligero long leaves. The Ecuadorian-grown Habano Ligero leaf wrapper is a dark nutmeg color with plenty of tooth to it. Below the wrapper is a Nicaraguan binder and Honduran and Nicaraguan long fillers. The length of the seven-inch […]

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Kickin’ Ash with Kayla: Gispert Intenso Belicoso Cigar Review

Purchase the Gispert Intenso Belicoso here! Gispert Intenso Belicoso Cigar Construction Another A.J. Fernandez blend? Yes, please! The Gispert Intenso is a colaboration between the blend masters at Altadis and the ever-popular A.J. Fernandez. The Intenso is suppose to be the counter part of the much milder original Gispert. This bad boy has a dark, rough […]

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Kickin’ Ash with Kayla: CAO America Monument Torpedo Cigar Review

Purchase the CAO America Monument Torpedo here! CAO America Monument Torpedo Cigar Construction Part of CAO’s “world” series, the America features a Connecticut Broadleaf and Connecticut Shade barber pole wrapper. The four-country- all-ligero filler mixture contains tobacco from the USA, Dominican Republic, Italy, and Nicaragua and is bound with a Brazilian leaf. The length of the […]

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Kickin’ Ash with Kayla: O.S.O.K. Callejero Cigar Review

Purchase the O.S.O.K. Callejero here! O.S.O.K. Callejero Cigar Construction Room 101’s O.S.O.K. is truly a work of art, a team effort by cigar legend Christian Eiroa and photographer Edgar Hoill. The O.S.O.K is named for Edgar Hoill, his nickname being One Shot One Kill (referring to his abilities with a camera). Each size of this Nicaraguan […]

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