Over the years I have managed to create a large collection of cigars. Much of my collection, if you want to call it that, is made up of pre-marriage, pre-mortgage, and pre-being-a-father purchases. I’ve always wanted to turn these cigars into content for Stogie Review but a lot of time has passed.
I came up with the concept of doing Humidor Diving videos. The idea being that I would wade through the mass of cigars and select something to feature in a video. Because these cigars may be aged several years, or long out of production, I didn’t want to do a standard review.
The end result is the video found below. This is the Pilot Episode, per se, where I smoke a Graycliff Chataeu Grand Cru that has been sitting around for a couple of years. The video wound up about five minutes longer than my target time frame (ten to twelve minutes) as I explained my thought process behind the series.
Take a look at the video and let me know if this Humidor Diving concept is something you would like to see more of. Understandably, some of these cigars may not interest you due to their age or availability. If feedback on this series is good, I’ll add a video or two to the monthly rotation. If not, it will die a quick and painless death.