Greg Hentz

Cigar Review: The Absurd from DROP Rings in the Holidays

Kyle Gellis has become well known in the cigar world, namely through Warped Cigars. In 2018 Kyle created a side project called DROP. DROP is a cigar club for cigar enthusiasts who want access to Hyper Limited and exclusive blends from Kyle Gellis. These projects “serve as a tribute to Kyle’s early days at El…

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Cigar Review: Perdomo Reserve10th Anniversary Champagne is a Mixed Bag

A few months ago, my buddy came into town to visit me in Atlanta, GA. During his visit, he pulled out a Perdomo sampler. Within the sampler was the 10th Anniversary Champagne blend. This blend is noted for the exquisite color of the bourbon barrel-aging, called out on Perdomo’s website. The color on this particular…

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Cigar Review: RoMa Craft Neanderthal and the Evolution of Pepper

I remember asking my local B&M for a peppery cigar recommendation in 2017 and was directed to this cigar. Flash-forward 4 years later, I finally was able to get my hands on a box to smoke through and review. I remember the strength and complexity of the cigar, along with the nerdiness of a name…

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Cigar Review: My Father Flor de las Antillas is a Great Introductory Smoke

May of 2012 saw the release of the My Father “Flor de las Antillas.” The cigar was named in honor of Jaime Garcia’s family home, which is located on the largest of the Greater Antillas Islands, Cuba. This cigar is a blooming flower in the My Father Cigar line. This rich, bold, and flavorful cigar…

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