I’m back from IPCPR in Las Vegas (perhaps you noticed a mention of it or two in the past few weeks?) and it’s time to get back to doing what we do the other fifty-or-so weeks a year: reviewing cigars. But it’s a little too soon to break into the random samples I picked up […]
Wrapper : Ecuadorian Sumatra Filler : Nicaraguan Cuban Sandwich (long and medium filler) Source : bought myself After a brief hiatus due to the awesome IPCPR coverage I am back with a review of the new Tatuaje Series P in the toro size. As many of you know, the Series P was reviewed before on […]
Jerry is having problems connecting so there is no write up right now. Enjoy the video!
Origin : Miami, Fl. Wrapper : Nicaraguan Corojo Binder : Nicaraguan Filler : Nicaraguan Source : gift from Barbalet Today I have a bit of a treat for you as I am going to take on the Tatuaje Cojonu 2003. I was gifted this cigar from Barbalet on Twitter and to be honest, I have […]
A couple of weeks before Cigarfest, I was talking with a long-time viewer of Stogie Review through Facebook. Jason and I talked about getting together for a cigar before things got hectic over the course of the weekend. On Friday, Mike and I met up with Jason, before getting started with the festivities, and headed […]
Origin : Nicaragua Wrapper : Ecuadorian Habano Binder : Nicaraguan Filler : Nicaraguan Source : Purchased a box from The Humidour with my own funds I have a treat for you today with the newly released El Triunfador from Tatuaje Cigars (Havana Cellars). This re-released cigar with a new blend comes in six sizes: No.1 […]
Along with the Tatuaje Verocru Tubos, the Tatuaje Black Tubos could’ve been the most anticipated cigars to be released in 2009? Maybe? One thing that is harder to argue about is that Pete Johnson has had one of the hottest hands in the cigar industry for at least the last year. The Tatuaje Black Tubos […]
This review comes courtesy of Rich (BootyRock) from the Stogie Review Fan Forums The RC cigars (RC meaning “Retro Cuban”) are two unique figurados. They feature half of the cigar wrapped in foil (the head), and the names (numbers) relate to the size in millimeters. Blended to be milder than the regular Miami line. Little […]
Its that time again, Ed and Tom are back once again for another review. This time the guys take on the Tatuaje Cojonu 2009.