Padron Maduro 3000 on us. I've had this one before (but neglected to write it up) and was not disappointed when I saw him whip these out. They have a great, earthy and nutty flavor that ended up being a finger-burner at the herf.
Black Crown. Another fine smoke from Raices Cubanas (maker of the Padilla Signature 1932 I gushed about recently). A dark, slightly-oily wrapper and a whopping 7 different fillers makes this a very interesting smoke. Lots of flavors (slightly nutty, a little woody, and a touch of sweetness are the stand-outs) that start off a bit on the medium side but build up to a very full flavor by the halfway point. It burned slow and lasted a lot longer than most of the robustos I smoke. And they're priced well at around $4 a stick. A definite finger-burner.
Gran Habano Vintage 2002. Another great smoke from Gran Habano. A gorgeous, dark and oily wrapper with loads of flavor, including some earthiness, a little nuttiness, and a very light sweetness. A very good cigar.
Gran Habano 3 Siglos (or 3 SLS). The Old Man seemed to like these, so I split an order with another of the herfers. Unfortunately, the two I've had so far have both been awful with a terrible draw, very little smoke, and seemed way too fresh (even after a month in the humidor). What little flavor I've gotten makes it seem quite promising and since every other Gran Habano I've smoked has been excellent, I can only conclude I got a bad batch. Hopefully at least one of the remaining few I have left will end up working out.