Devils Weed “Maduro”

Hello everyone, today I am reviewing the Devils Weed “Maduro” found exclusively at Cigars International. I was sent a couple of these to review from my good friend Mike Forry of theStogie Review and Stogie411. I was told by him that these cigars are a complete disaster but in true form I “Stew” always draw my own conclusions. So before I get to this review I want to send out a big “Thanks” to Mike for sending me these!


Now before we get into the review, these are supposedly not the same blend as the original, which I reviewed back in 2008. Back then, I did like the original and gave it a thumbs up so I’m really hoping that I get the same results. So with that said, I am now ready to give you my verdict on if it passes the mighty “Stew” test or not.






BINDER & FILLER: ???? / ????

Length/Ring: 7 x 50

Strength: Medium

Price: Gifted but costs $39.99 for 20.



My Observations: This cigar is kind of ugly and not much to look at but for the price for twenty what do you expect. Starting with the wrapper, I found it to be sort of rough with tons and tons of small bumps. To the touch, I found no soft spots as I twirled it in my fingers but hell its the smoke I care about not really the appearance so lets see what she’s like.


• Over all “C” in the grading department


Cigar Label: Gold and maroon.

Snip: Straight cut.

Pre-Draw: Cedar.



Flavors: The 1st third of this cigar consisted of small hints of pepper and chocolate. The 2nd third continued with these flavors but seem to become sour. The last third took a nose dive and became sour and gross.


Draw: Smooth

Burn line: Jagged.

Liked it: No

Recommend it: Save your money.


Over All

Until Next Time




Published by Stew

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