While I’m slacking off and working on other aspects of the site. Tom and Ed were kind enough to fill in for me with an excellent video to help the new cigar smoker along. Along with the information for beginners, Tom and Ed smoke and review a new Canimao blend.
Have you ever found yourself with a damaged cigar that you were just dieing to smoke? On occasion we receive cigars in the mail, or as gifts, and sometimes they get to us a little banged up. Occasionally this abuse leads to a pealing wrapper, or and in some cases, a couple of small cracks. […]
With the recent review of Brian’s new Xikar MTX multi-tool it seemed like a good time to put together a short demonstration on how to use cigar scissors. Using your scissors: • Open scissors slightly and press against the head of your cigar • With downward pressure on the cigar close the scissors to begin […]
One of the common questions we receive here at Stogie Review is “I have some cigars I would like to ship to someone, how should I go about it?” With that being said I thought I would do a mini shipping how-to. I prefer to ship cigars as follows.
Here is a nice little tip that I picked up. If you want to ensure the best cut on your cigar and you use either a single or double blade cutter, try this. Lay the cutter on the table. Stick the end of your cigar in the cutter so the head rests on the table. […]
A few weeks ago I was hanging out with a friend when I decided it was about time for a cigar. I reached into my coat pocket and pulled out a cigar. Once removed from my pocket, I sat the cigar down in front of me while I reached for my Cutter and Lighter when […]