Thanks to my buddy from up north, Jabba, for kicking my butt in gear and telling me to do a video. We all need that occassional reminder from our friends to get back to what pays the bills around here (well if we made any money that is). So I’m back with a video review of an old stand by of mine, the Bolivar Cofradia.
Now I mentioned the Bolivar Cofradia in my Stogie Voice episode on the Dominican Bolivar. The Bolivar Cofradia in this size, Cuban Corona, has been a long time favorite of mine. When I discovered the Tatuaje Series P in the Cuban Corona size, the size brought back good memories of the Bolivar Cofradia and at about $70 for a box of 25 you really can’t beat the value of this cigar.
I’m not sure how good (or bad) the video turns out. It was my first video recorded and produced on my new MacBook which I’m still getting use to so cut this switcher (the term used to describe a Windows user moving to a Mac) a little slack.
In the video I talk about cigars that I put in the Old Stand By category (cigars that have been around for 3 plus years) and cigars that I put in the New Stand By category (cigars that have been around for less than 2 years) leave a comment and let me know what cigars are in each category for you.
Have a great weekend and good luck to everyone this week in Stogie Bowl 2007. Long ashes…