I’m not sure what to exactly make of Foundry. The premise of it is pretty creative and the cigar looks very good. I’m just not sure how I feel about the gear ring thing and the half cellophane sleeve. The aesthetics are unique, interesting, crazy and odd all at the same time. Wasn’t there a Macanudo a few years ago that had some hefty ring that depending on the conditions caused problems? If the cigar was too wet you couldn’t get the band off, if it was too dry it would slide off too easily? Also not something I can easily transport in my travel humidor…unless I remove the gear first I guess. All in all it is definitely an interesting cigar with lots of creativity behind it. Once my palate recovers I look forward to giving it a try. I’m also interested in finding out why I should save these gears. I hope I don’t lose them in the abyss known as my change box. Time will tell…
In September, I was lucky enough to meet up with our friend, Jon Huber of Crowned Head Cigars, during one of their Roadshow events that happened to be at one of my local shops, Harbor Cigars, in Destin, FL. The event was standing room only with great cigars, great deals, and great food and drinks. […]
And now, our coverage of IPCPR 2019 is complete. We hope you have enjoyed the videos. As is tradition, here is our complete list of interviews for your convenience. Enjoy! Now it’s time to get back to our regular cigar review programming. Have a fine weekend and a fine cigar!
And of course, it wouldn’t be a trade show without the next installment of the Minutes With Pete Johnson. That’s right, it’s time to talk Tatuaje. We get started talking about the stealth release of the full-sized Chuck and Tiff, now with the proper Monster Series treatment. Then there’s Mexican Eperiment, with a limited runs […]