Your web browser is no longer supported.
Cigars International is committed to providing you with the best web experience possible.
Close
Reviews by Steve R
Showing 51-55 of 97 Reviews Back To Staff Reviews
  • MAXX by Alec Bradley

    Steve R
    90
    Is anybody else sick of seeing Paris Hilton on the news every minute of the day? In jail, outta jail, in jail, finding God, changing her life...who cares?! It’s sickening. Last night I turned on the television to see yet another report on the status of Princess Parasite, a clip of her being carted away in a squad car crying her eyes out. After watching just long enough for a sheepish smile …
    Read More
  • Montecristo Media Noche

    Steve R
    91
    I’ve really been struggling this week. I can’t snap out of it. The weather has been flippin’ gorgeous and I just want to be out on the golf course. Despite putting the lives of others at risk with my horrific slice, it’s always good to be out in the sun with the guys and a great cigar or three. But, I’ve hardly had time to hit the range after work, let alone make …
    Read More
  • Ashton Aged Maduro

    Steve R
    90
    Wow. It’s literally been over a month since I posted a staff review. Don’t get me wrong...I’ve been burning my way through boxes of cigars during this time, but the craziness that is CigarFest kept me from actually sitting down and writing a review. Hosting 2,000 cigar lunatics and 26 of the world’s finest cigar makers for the best damn Herf on the planet can be very time …
    Read More
  • CAO Black 'VR'

    Steve R
    92
    Discovering a precious new handmade can go one of two ways: Yet another cigar is added to your ever-growing list of favorites. The cigar itself increases your appreciation for something as simple and ordinary as a tobacco leaf, and how lucky we are to have cigar makers born with the uncanny talent of creating something extraordinary. Looking back, I can probably count on one hand the number …
    Read More
  • Romeo y Julieta Viejo

    Steve R
    90
    The Romeo y Julieta Bully was one of the first cigars I ever had. It was about 9 or 10 years ago. I was in Mexico and forcing down my 4th or 5th Corona of the morning. (Before you ask, I brought my own cigars. Never buy smokes in Mexico!) I lit up a Bully from the 1875 line, Romeo’s top-selling blend. It was good...mild enough for a new guy like me to enjoy with enough flavor to …
    Read More
Adroit