This week we have another house cigar and this cigar is from one of our local shops, Habana Port. Most house cigars are usually of lower quality to make them cheap to be more accessible to cigar smokers on a budget or someone that can’t always risk smoking a premium cigar due to the fact they might have to pitch it for one reason or another. That doesn’t necessarily make it a bad cigar, but it usually means they can be mediocre at best. Lately though, we’ve reviewed several house cigars that have made me rethink house cigars like the amazing Buckhead Cigars edition Nestor Miranda Special Selection, especially the Danno, or the excellent Velvet Bowery. So when the Molinas told me about their new house cigar, I was intrigued. So, was this new house cigar part of the new wave of high quality flavor bombs or a cheap dog rocket? Watch the video and find out.