Wilson Adams Review Round-up

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Take a look at a list of the reviews we’ve gotten since breaking onto the cigar scene in 2012.

Blind Man’s Puff – Wilson Adams Habano No. 6

“I enjoyed just about everything about his cigar. The construction, burn, flavors and appearance were all excellent. I would buy a five pack and, if I get the same experience, pick up a box. A great medium/full smoke that I’d recommend to others.”

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Blind Man’s Puff – Wilson Adams Habano No. 3

“I really enjoyed the progression of this cigar. While the flavors themselves didn’t seem to vary much, the way they developed was appreciated. It began very mild, transitioned into some richer toasted flavors before settling down to a sweet creamy finish. A cigar I would definitely look forward to smoking again.”

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Cigar Memoir – Wilson Adams Habano No. 6

“The Wilson Adams Lancero reaches that goal of becoming a “palate tripper” while still being enjoyably smokable. Because of the base mulling spice and floral tones, this cigar is excessively unique. Each time I smoke one, a wave of familiarity comes pulsing back to my palate. You think this might hurt the Wilson Adams from becoming an everyday smoke, but because the unique flavor-structure, along with its medium strength, the Wilson Adams can easily be enjoyed on a daily basis.”

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Cigar Memoir – Wilson Adams Sumatra No. 2

“While not as refined as the original blend, the Sumatra fills a slot to accommodate smokers who enjoy a more robust cigar. I wholeheartedly expect it to age wonderfully because it’s such a hearty smoke. We’ll revisit in 6 months or so to see how it’s going. Matt’s favorite is the 6×60 while Josh’s preference is the punchier Robusto.”

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Cigar Dojo – Wilson Adams Habano No. 3

“I really enjoyed this cigar. It’s a full-bodied, medium strength cigar that smokes well from end to end. I think it would pair just as well with morning coffee as it would with a couple fingers of bourbon later in the day. I highly recommend this cigar and encourage everyone to try it.”

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Cigar Vixen – Wilson Adams Habano No. 4

“Being a huge fan of boutique cigars, I was excited to sample this new Wilson Adams creation. Great earth and woods flavor with a pinch of sweetness.”

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Stogie Press – Wilson Adams Sumatra No. 3 (Pre-Release)

“Yes it was a good weekend and the Wilson Adams Sumatra was a very nice cigar. It is one I would recommend to a novice smoker to try  if they want a little more flavor and not a lot of strength. It is a good mid afternoon cigar.”

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The Cigar Assessor – Wilson Adams Habano No. 2

“This smoking experience is what I remember from the last Wilson Adams cigar I smoked. An excellent smoke. This is a great cigar that is a medium to full bodied smoke and would be great any time of day. I give this cigar the Cigar Assessor’s Approval. If you get a chance to get one of these cigars grab a few. You’ll be glad you did.”

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The Cigar Assessor – Wilson Adams Sumatra No. 4

“The Wilson Adams Sumatra is a full bodied smoke and shouldn’t be smoked on an empty stomach. Make sure you eat a meal before hand. It also has a strong nicotine kick midway through. I enjoyed smoking this cigar and give it the Cigar Assessor Approval.”

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The Average Joe’s Cigar – Wilson Adams Habano No. 3

“The aroma and flavors of the Wilson Adams Habano No. 3 develop and intensify throughout the smoke, delivering a very rich and wonderfully full character.  It is an overall medium body with great aroma and mouth-watering characteristics.  Habano No. 3 has great construction, shown through its even burn that held a dense ash.  It is a very flavorful cigar with a wonderful aroma…truly effortless to enjoy.”

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Cigar Federation – Wilson Adams Sumatra No. 7

“Overall, this was a very enjoyable cigar.  I never thought that I would say this but I would smoke this beast again.  It is a good thing that I have one more in the humidor.  It rates a 9.1/10. “

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Cigar Federation – Wilson Adams Habano No. 2

“Overall, this was a very enjoyable cigar.  I loved the medium body and flavor I experienced.  I would smoke this cigar again in a heartbeat and would not hesitate to do a box split.  This cigar rates a 9.3/10.”

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Cigar Federation – Wilson Adams Sumatra No .2

“After receiving samples, I fired one up for review, and was immediately brought back to the experience I had initially.  I really dig this cigar as a change of pace for me.  The changes keep me interested, the profile is not like anything else in my humidor, the balance is there, and the finish is excellent.  I cannot ask for more really, and if we had them in the shop I would buy a couple fivers right now.”

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Stogie Rate – Wilson Adams Habano No. 3

“Overall I found the Wilson Adams Sumatra No. 4 to be an enjoyable smoke. I didn’t find this a cigar that is going to redefine what an Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapped smoke will bring to the table, but I did find this to deliver the classic flavors of Sumatra.”

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Stogie Rate – Wilson Adams Habano No. 3

“The Wilson Adams Habano Corona Gorda is a great size that provides fullness of flavor and complexity. It is lively on the plate, even after a year of extra aging, and is big and bold with flavors of ripe fruit and earthy notes that would make a great pairing with aged rum, bourbon, and/or scotch. I would also try it with a full-bodied craft beer, albeit one with not too much hop character.”

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Stogie Rate – Wilson Adams Sumatra No. 2

“This is a cigar that I recommend for the spice lovers in the crowd. When you retrohale this smoke you will get a snout-full of spice and it is also spicy on the palate. It should be easily approachable to a wide range of cigar smokers.”

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