Thanks to everyone for voting last week on this cigar. I first tried the Decade a few months ago and wasn’t all that impressed, in fact, I thought it was pretty offensive to be carrying the Rocky Patel name. I’m glad that my first impression didn’t make me write off the Decade all together and […]
This weekend I’m bringing you something a little different. It is a review, but not of a cigar. Instead it’s a review of a movie about cigars. And probably one you haven’t come across before. (Unless you spent a lot of time at film festivals in the past year or so.) It’s called Los Tabaqueros: […]
Over the past two months or so I have found myself increasingly interested in cigar and drink pairings. It all started after listening to an episode of Dog Watch Cigar Radio when Bob talked about this excellent small batch coffee known as Black Dog. I ordered up a couple of bags and began my journey […]
I just wanted to put together something short and sweet on the happenings of Stogie Review. YQMA We got side tracked on the show due to a hectic schedule all three of us sort of fell into with our personal lives. Jerry had a trip to Boston, I had a wedding to attend out of […]
Brand: El Mejor Vitola: Robusto Ring Gauge: 50 Length: 5.50 Wrapper: Honduran Corojo Binder: Nicaraguan Filler: Nicaraguan Origin: Honduras Price: $39.00 per box of 20 Brand: The El Mejor name translates to “The Greatest” and is crafted by Don “Kiki” Berger in the Tabacalara Esteli Factory in Nicaragua. Other cigars crafted by this master blender […]
Back once again from The Porch, we have Nathan smoking and reviewing the Padilla Series 68. Once your finished with the video, head over to An American Front Porch and check out Nathan’s new Podcast.
I’m a firm believer that it pays to make a point to visit all the cigar shops in your area from time to time. Sure, you will invariably have your favorite shops, where you spend the majority of your leisure smoking time and cigar budget. I do. But you might be pleasantly at what you […]
Back once again for yet another entertaining and educational review, we have Ed Nazare and Tom Adcock sharing with us their thoughts and opinions of the Reyes Family Premier.
Happy Monday! Back again with another review and boy what a stinker I have for you. Until a month or so ago I had never heard of Graycliff cigars until I was rearranging the humidor and came across a couple of the Graycliff Red and Blue Labels that were gifted to me awhile ago (my […]
In a previous article entitled “Cigar Misconceptions: Which one would you do away with?”, we were all reintroduced to common cigar related myths and misconceptions that we have all heard one time or another. In fact, there was most likely a time in our past when we spread some of these fallacies ourselves.