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Paul Stulac Lord Cigar Review “Game On”

Brand History:

The classic Paul Stulac Cigars line is hand rolled in Esteli, Nicaragua and the Red, Black and White Series is hand rolled in Miami, Florida.  Paul Stulac was inspired and wanted to create his own ideal cigar.  He partnered up with Kiki Berger, one of the masterminds behind Berger & Argenti cigars, to come up with his very own small batch smoke.   Paul Stulac Cigars use the best long filler Nicaraguan tobacco and an Ecuadorian Habana or Brazilian Maduro wrapper.  The cigars have a medium body and complex flavor that will appeal to the most discerning cigar smoker.


This cigar has a very nice and toothy brown wrapper.  It has a noticeably earthy pre-light smell on the foot and there are some cedar and woody aromas on the wrapper.


Journey Profile:

1st quarter: Once lit, there was plenty of great aroma already flowing in the air.  A slight resistance was there but it was nothing major to talk about as the cigar produced a lot of rich smoke with some creaminess texture.  Cedar notes were also detectable in this portion of the smoke.  2nd quarter: There was some spice through the nose and more sweetness on the palate.  A very smooth draw provided a great earthy and rich flavor.  3rd quarter: The aroma possessed a cocoa texture and more creamy smoke filled the air.  It remained well-balanced with continuously developing flavor.  4th quarter: To conclude, there were some noticeable peppery notes, concentrated in the nose and on the finish.  It matured into a full body and flavor and maintained its dense smoke right to the end.


Final Thoughts:

The Paul Stulac Lord cigar is complex and very well made.  While it begins as a medium-body, it concludes with a great, flavorful and full-body finish.  An extremely well made, rich cigar with an outstanding profile.  Effortless smoking journey to the nub.



Myron Gooch Sr.

Reviewed at: The Man Cave.

Time Smoked: 1 hour 5 minutes.

Cost: $9.00

Wrapper: Ecuadorian-Habano.

Binder: Nicaraguan.

Filler: Nicaragua.

Size: 6” x 44.

Rating: 90.

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