Happy New Year folks! Before we start reviewing cigars in 2011 its time to look back at 2010. 2010 was another awesome year for cigars. I’m anxious to see what Walt, Brian and Mike have listed this year. I had a difficult time paring the list down to just ten. To help me pare the […]
It doesn’t matter who was first to review the Tatuaje Anarchy, all that matters is who does it best (thats what she said). I’m sure by now you’ve seen plenty of reviews of the Tatuaje Anarchy from a bunch of other cigar sites and forums out there. The details are no longer a mystery so […]
No disrespect to the other cigars released by Miami Cigar Company at IPCPR this year but I’ve been telling anyone who will listen that the La Aurora Corojo is probably the best of the bunch. It was announced with little fanfare and hid in the shadows of the Guillermo Leon Signature, Nestor Miranda Art Deco […]
All of us here at The Stogie Review want to wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving…you stay classy San Diego.
And the Man O’War Series adds another cigar to its stable. The newest addition crafted by AJ Fernandez is the Man O’War Armada. The Armada sports a limited ligero Ecuadorian Sumatra Maduro wrapper, ligero filler from the Esteli and Ometepe regions of Nicaragua and to make sure everything burns a viso Jalapa binder. You don’t […]
It’s been sometime since we’ve visited the Perdomo Lot 23. With two new sizes (Gordito and Punta Gorda) being released at IPCPR this year, I figured it was time to revisit the blend but in the new Gordito size. Video review runs around 8 minutes. The bad news is I’m not a fan of big […]
Jerry is having problems connecting so there is no write up right now. Enjoy the video!
Wow! I like wow cigars! I’m not going to beat around the bush. While the Illusione 888 Slam is just a concept cigar, its exactly what I look for when it comes to a cigar! Flavors galore! Slam is a nickname that Dion uses to describe bench press cigars. Kind of like how cars are […]
Ever since I fell in love with the Viaje Fifty Fifty Red Label I’ve been on a bit of a Viaje binge. Practically smoking anything that has a Viaje label on it. I had never heard of the Viaje Summerfest but after some digging I found out that, like most Viaje productions, are a limited […]
I first heard of Reinado Cigars at this year’s IPCPR when I ran into Antonio Liam. I kept meaning to get back to his booth and talk to him about the unique fermentation process behind Reinado but with so much going preparing for TBOTLCH I just plum ran out of time. Antonio was nice enough […]