Liga Privada Undercrown is the star of this post. I haven't been too thrilled with the few sticks I've tried from Drew Estate, but the Undercrown is one of the best cigars I've had in a while. Dark and oily maduro wrapper with a slightly spicy and somewhat earthy flavor. Bonus: Got a 10-pack and the hat for only half a Benjamin. These usually run twice that in the shops.
Gran Habano 3SLS was Jape's contribution to the May Herf. I missed it, but have talked about this one before. I'm sad to say that while the recipients of these from the Herf haven't had any issues, EVERY SINGLE ONE from the five pack I bought has sucked.
I supplied the original Man O' War for the June Herf. If it weren't for the Undercrown, this would be this post's star. It starts out medium and builds up to full with a somewhat complex flavor. They're priced pretty well at just over $5 a stick.
The Warpig is yet another new cigar from Gurkha. It wasn't bad but I get the impression that it will get a lot better with some again.
Camacho 10th Anniversary was outstanding. Full bodied but very smooth. I loved it.
I'm just going to speed through the rest...
Bahia Trinidad - A lighter smoke similar to the Puros Indios in both flavor and price.
Diamond Crown (Connecticut) - Wasn't too impressed with this one. Pricey but no more flavorful than the Puros Indios or Bahia above. I've got a Maduro in the humi, so we'll see if that's any better.
Camacho Diploma - One word. Harsh! It started out full bodied and raspy and ended that way. It also kept going out on me if I didn't puff on it every 30 seconds. First Camacho I didn't enjoy.
Padilla Limitada 2006 - Didn't get more than a quarter into this one. Terrible draw, "green" taste in what little smoke I got, and kept going out.
Gurkha Beauty - Another lighter smoke that was disappointing. I expected more out of this one given its reputation.
And we're caught up...