Kickin’ Ash with Kayla: Ave Maria Original Cigar Review

Ave Maria Original Cigar Construction Another premium stick by A.J. Fernandez. The Ave Maria is draped in a ruddy brown Ecuadorian grown Habano wrapper. The wrapper leaf is exceptionally smooth with minimal veins. Beneath the pretty wrapper are a Nicaraguan Habano binder and a mix of Nicaraguan Ligero, Nicaraguan Viso, and Honduran Viso fillers. The […]

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Kickin’ Ash with Kayla: Man O’ War Ruination Cigar Review

Ruination Cigar Construction Manufactured by Tabacalera Fernandez in Nicaragua, the Man O’ War brand was introduced in 2009. Man O’ War Ruination is the third installment from this incredibly popular brand. Heaps of Honduran and Nicaraguan Ligero leaves are cocooned in a deep brown Ecuadorian sun grown leaf. The wrapper leaf is veiny and rugged […]

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Kickin’ Ash with Kayla: Alec Bradley Prensado Cigar Review

Alec Bradley Prensado Cigar Construction Voted the top cigar of 2011 and the 23rd of 2013 by Cigar Aficionado magazine, Alec Bradley’s Prensado has received plenty of attention since its launch. This resplendent, box pressed stick is wrapped in a scrumptious Corojo wrapper, grown in Trojes, Honduras. The wrapper is flecked with a few imperfections. […]

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Kickin’ Ash with Kayla: Asylum Schizo Cigar Review

Asylum Schizo Construction Created by Christian Eiroa using Nicaraguan mixed fillers, the Asylum Schizo is bound with a Nicaraguan binder, and finished with a rugged Habano wrapper. The wrapper leaf is a dark brown color with plenty of veins and some tooth. The length of the seven-inch stick is plump and well-rolled with no soft […]

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