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Ed and Tom are back for yet another Review. This time they are joined by special guest Anthony as they smoke the Alec Bradley Maxx.
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Great review as always.
The palate training was really informative. Thanks for the extra tibits.
And good job Anthony!
Great Review! ED is a P I M P lol “beautiful lady walking by” …. i look forward to smoking and chillin’ out with u guys one day.
Good review again guys. Quick question. Is the only difference between this and the silver label MAXX the size ? I have had the silver label MAXX and have had a ton of burn issues. They had good flavor though.
Bone – Glad you enjoyed!
Cigar Spy – You are correct. And definately stop by for a smoke any time.
Jon – I believe the blends are the exact same. The difference being the size, box press, and band. I had the silver label a while ago, but forgot about it until doing this review. Very enjoyable smoke.
Hey tom did Anthony try the Drew Estates Natural Dirt i recommended to him during the stickam chat?
Excellent review guys! Very good choice for a guest reviewer as well. He seemed to have a great pallet and seemed very informed about cigars. Only criticism would be that you need to have a second camera pointing in the opposite direction. I could only see a quick silhouette in the reflection of the glass behind you of the “beautiful lady”. lol. Once again, great job. Im going to go out and try to find a couple of these right now.
Frogman – It was cool hangin out with you for the review. As you saw, I spend a lot of time writing notes, taking pictures, and stressing about sound Too bad we kept getting cut off though. Must be a stickam thing. We’ll try that again for sure.
Hopefully I’ll see Anthony soon and get a chance to ask if he liked the dirt. His pallet is pretty advanced, so I’d be curious to what he thinks of it. We gotta get him back on for a review soon.
I like how Ed put the kibosh on the Gurkha Beauty comments….must not carry Gurkha eh?
A little too much talking over each other, but still a nice video. The end scene was funny!
Always great reviews from Ed and Tom , wish they were on more often. I’ve never had an Alec Bradley ,but I will definitely be ordering a 5er and give em a try, kudos to Anthony on his first guest review sit in , great to see more metalheads puffing.Horns Up. \m/
Tony – Yea when Ed speaks, we listen. He does have a nice selection of Gurkhas though. Maybe he plans for us to review em(?).
Allan – Lol. Anthony is quite a character. Next time, I’m shutting up to let the guy show his talent. I’d like to do more reviews with Ed, but doing them at a B&M does present some challenges. Maybe if we start doing them earlier on a Saturday it would help.
As far as flavored cigars….. they are good for clearing your palate. If you have been smoking a few cigars, light up a flavored one and you palate comes back. Most of us cigar smokers prefer all natural tobacco flavors including me, but don’t pass them up.
Nice to see a third character in the mix!
I had to go out and buy one of these after watching this review…even though I have more cigars than I know what to do with.
I found it to be really enjoyable. Great burn line…and very delicious. And the box my came out of is cool as hell.
I thought this stick was extremely mild and one dimensional. The finish was so short, and thin. For such a huge stick this cigar has no flavor. I was very dissapointed.
this is a good smoke, glad to see another great review by you guys.
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