1876 Reserve Cigar Review
I am doing this review for our Redneck Week. Now, I am by no means a redneck (as you might gather from my photo)—but I do live in Florida in a community FULL of rednecks. I can’t speak first-hand about the redneck lifestyle, but I do know they are a proud bunch of people. Sporting flags on trucks, shirts, caps, belts, and just about everything else to show how proud and passionate they are about Southern history. However, on a hunch, I’m guessing a few could really dig deep into the heritage that birthed their “pride.” Know what you “rep”—that’s what I have to say on that subject.
The 1876 is a smooth cigar with good taste. It is a good looking stick with a plain band. With good construction and no soft spots this stick burns well and you’ll enjoy the flavors of grass and cedar (you’ll taste the grass/earth more and more as you smoke). An easy draw and even burn requires no relight.
This is the type of cigar you can have in your humidor for a backyard barbecue. Hand it to a friend who wants a smoke but is not a connoisseur. It’s a good stick—without spending loads of cash. I’ll keep a few in my humidor. Is there a cigar in your humidor you don’t mind sharing with your friends?
The Lighter: The lighter I used for this review was my handy-dandy Colibri Firebird Tangent. This Lighter features a wind resistant jet flame, single-action ignition, and slick ergonomic styling & design. This is a great single action lighter with good looks. If you’re looking for a reliable no-frills inexpensive lighter, look no further.
Size: 7.2 x 50
Have a cigar you want me to review? Let me know in the comments.Wrapping It Up With Big Biv: 1876 Reserve Cigar by Stephen Bivens