Up for review this week is the C.A.O Black, which was requested a few weeks ago. The size I am Reviewing is the Gothic (Torpedo) and weighs in at 6 inches long with a 52 ring gauge. I received this cigar in a sampler some time ago but can be purchased for 30.00 per 5 […]
Up for review this week is a value line cigar from Famous Smoke Shop. The cigar is a Famous Dominican 2000 in a Lonsdale format (43 x 7.00). These come in bundles of 20 cigars and run $37.95. This cigar comes courtesy of Jeremy from Cigar Corner. Jeremy was kind enough to send all of […]
Today I smoked the La Aurora 1495 Robusto. This cigar has a Ecuadoran Sumatra Sun Grown wrapper, a Dominican Corojo Binder and a mix of Dominican piloto cubano, Nicaraguan, Peruvian and Dominican Ligero filler. This cigar was developed by Jose Blanco, La Aurora’s Sales Director and master blender. This cigar was the first one from […]
Filling in for Walt while he waits for his new video card. Today I smoked the Troya X-TRA No. 54. This cigar measured 48 X 5.75. The wrapper was a 1999 Corojo , the binder and filler were both Nicaraguan. The cigar is rated as a medium. I decided to use my punch cutter on […]
Today I reviewed a Henry Clay. This cigar comes to us from Altadis. I have smoked many Henry Clays and have always enjoyed them. This particular cigar is a Grandes size, which is a 50 X 6. The wrapper and binder are Nicaraguan and the filler is a mix of Nicaraguan, Honduran and Peru.
My second review La Flor Dominicana Factory Press Today I enjoyed a La Flor Dominicana Factory Press. This limited edition cigar, of only 400 boxes of 120 cigars each, were ever produced has a suggested retail price of $12.00 a stick.. The cigar has a square or boxed press look to it. After the initial […]
My apologies once again folks, I wasn’t able write a review this week. Next week though, I promise to have something more than a quick little blurb. The review this week is the Bolivar, made in the Dominican Republic.
Here it is. My first video review. In this episode I review the H. Upmann Lonsdale. This wonderful cigar was the first cigar I ever had when I started enjoying fine cigars over 10 years ago. Feel free to leave me any comments that you have.
The highlight of this video isn’t me reviewing the Rocky Patel OSG but me debuting my new lighter and trying not to burn my face off. It pains me to say that I’ve finally smoked a cigar by Rocky Patel that I actually thought was very un-Rocky like. The OSG stands for Original Sun Grown. […]
Keep the questions coming! Episode 11 runs about 70 minutes with Walt and I discussing: * Burnt cigar taste * Wrapper to Filler Ratio * Cigar smoking and old people at coffee shops * Cutting cigars hours before lighting them * Our definition of body and strength * Humidity in glass top humidors * Meeting […]