This is a pretty good daily smoker Bruns well good taste to the end. Nice memories considering the circumstances. I guess I like medium cigars, these are stronger than I like. Aged for a month; somewhat better. Been buying for awhile. Welcome the meatiest HC yet, simply dubbed, Black. The char line is dead nuts.

Click here for contest winners. I save a bundle as she smokes Melanios less and less. The longer they sit in the humidor the better they get. When I have dough to buy cigars again, in , I plan to buy a box of these. The finish is long on the lips. I have them in my humidor and they seem to be getting a little better.

The mail man delivered my box to the neighbor on Thursday and our neighbor said nothing. And now comes the nicotine. Smoked it to the Nub. Bought 2 5 packs of belivoso and was very pleased with the flavor medium and burn.

HC Series Habano2 Belicoso 5-Pack – Cigars International

This flavor profile is something akin to what you treat yourself to at the local malt shoppe. Good flavor all the way through. Flavors that pen up throughout.

Great smoke and flavor, only issue is they tend to fall apart at very end, but that seems like a pretty typical with 6 X 60;s these days. I check my blog and ssries that all my reviews of the Xikar line were done for other blogs or stores. I have smoked Cohiba, Graycliff, Victor Sinclair, masuro the way to my favorite Perdomo and a lot in between. They seem to be in the same arena as Torano cigars. RE of Tarzana, CA.


Perfect even burn, nice ash and a great flavor with a smooth finish.

HC Series Maduro Belicoso Pack – Cigars International

Smooth easy draw and an even burn. I have them in my humidor and they seem to be getting a little better. Customer Reviews 16 Overall Rating 4. A nice box pressed belicoso with a silky smooth oily Ecuadorian Habano wrapper This Cigar is a real surprise.

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Xikar HC Series Habano² | Cigar Review

I generally don’t start early in the day with these stick because of its delicious boldness that it has, but always seems to be a good “Go To” after a hearty meal or a nice cocktail. Sumatran, Nicaraguan, and Honduran fillers combine to produce a medium to full-bodied cigar with notes of rich pepper, espresso, leather, and spice. The complexity pushes the flavors into high gear. Now enter the newest cigar in the HC Series, the Habano squared.

I smack my lips like a dog that just got fed a teaspoon of peanut butter. At the end of a 12 hour day at work these are a great smoke for the ride home, nice burn, smooth taste.


An amalgam of peaches and melon. Full body flavor and even burn. The blending of Sumatra and Habano lend their qualities to give the smoke its spicy pepper and complex dark cocoa respectively. Enyoyed it to tje end.

The second third begins with a huge outpouring of flavors. Excellent, smooth cigar that burns true all the way to the end.

And the end result is extraordinary, because serirs awaits is a medium to full-bodied creation that is complex, uber-smooth and highly satisfying. HC Black Maduro Grande the first experience. The finish is long on the lips.

The HC Series line of cigars is all about a Cuban vibe and the cigars are definitely worthy.