Archive for January, 2009

Cigar Review: Padron 1926 40th Anniversary

After suffering a sprain of my left foot last night I decided to drown my  pain in the Padron 1926 Serie, 40th Anniversary Natural cigar. The Padron 40th Anniversary Torpedo is part of the exclusive Padron 1926 line and is even more rare, with only 16,000 released every year. Cigar Aficionado made the Padron 40th [...]

Cigar Review: Rocky Patel R4

I recently made a small wager for a few cigars during the NFC Championship game. I wagered against The World According to Stew who took the Eagles, and I took the Cardinals. In a squeaker I managed to hang on and I collected a 5 pack of cigars. My friend Stew likes to search for [...]

CAO Elements at Barrister Cigars!

Last night I attended one of the best cigar events ever but earlier in the day I was unsure whether or not I would make it. With snow falling on a cold winter day and slowly turning to rain it was quickly becoming one big slushy frozen mess. As I pulled out of my driveway [...]

Cigar Review: Camacho Liberty 2007

Keeping up with the better late than never theme this week I decided to reach deep into my humidor and pull out the Camacho Liberty 2007 release. I enjoyed the Camacho Liberty 2008 release, although I thought it needed some age. So with 18 months on this beauty I decided to break open a coffin [...]

Cigar Review: Xikar Defiance Sentry

I was recently contacted by Xikar based upon a review I did of the Defiance a few months back. They offered to send me a 5 pack of cigars and a xikar cutter. I told them thank you but I am going to raffle it off for my loyal readers. So if you want to [...]

Cigar Review: Olor del Cibao

Today’s smoke comes courtesy of TexCigars.com and according to their website; With a rather oily, dark maduro wrapper, these cigars are another favorite by Olor Del Cibao – a Dominican Republic Cigar Manufacturer. They are long leaf filler Dark Maduro Cigars. Because these cigars are 100% hand made in the Dominican Republic, they have a [...]

Cigar Review: Mi Dominicana

It’s hard to believe that Altadis USA did not have a Dominican puro cigar on the market prior to the Mi Dominicana. Created by Jose Seijas  this cigar is  described by Altadis USA as a medium to full bodied smoke and it comes in 8 vitolas. Cigar: Mi Dominicana Origin: Dominican Republic Size: 6 x [...]

Cigar News…

First off I want to welcome everyone who saw my website mentioned in the newest issue of Smoke Magazine. The first issue that I am a panelist in has hit the newsstands. For those of you who are unsure of the issue, it is the one with Tucker Carlson on the cover and my ugly [...]

Cigar Review: Oliva V Maduro

Better late than never. I bought these limited edition cigars over at Barrister Cigars in Union, NJ and have been sitting on them ever since. The time to get them has gone and past, so posting this review might be pointless, unless Oliva decides to re-release them which I hope they do. The “initial” run [...]

Cigar Review: Pinar Del Rio Oscuro

According to the Pinar Del Rio website the Pinar Del Río Oscuro is rolled for the dark wrapper enthusiast. Utilizing a maduro wrapper leaf, Oscuro is a strong cigar that is supremely clean, a rare feat that is seldom accomplished by cigar factories today. with a silky texture. It recently came to be in a [...]

Cigar Review: Illusione HL (Holy Lance)

Continuing my trend into lancero cigars I went into the humidor today and selected the Illusione HL by Dion Giolito. Will this lancero score big or will be it a dud? In my growing quest to jump into the lancero phase I bring this review to you, my readers. Cigar: Illusione Origin: Nicaragua Size: HL [...]

Cigar Review: Padilla Series ’68

The urge to smoke came late tonight so I decided to kill two birds with one stone. I had a couple of these Padilla Series ’68 in the past but never got around to posting a review. So with twitter up and running I decided to chat with some other cigar bloggers and review the [...]

Cigar Review: CAO Italia Largo

Cigar: CAO Italia Origin: Honduras Size: Largo (Toro) Wrapper: Honduras Binder: Honduras Filler: Italy/Nicaragua/Peru Appearance & Construction (19/20): Last night I was at a CAO Event at my friends shop in East Brunswick, New Jersey. Over at Don Francisco’s was the first time I had ever seen to the CAO Italia in a tube. The [...]

Cigar Review: Los Blancos Criollo

Three days, three cigar reviews. I am in the midst of setting a new record for myself. Today’s smoke has been sitting in my humidor a few months and to be honest I did not want to smoke it for fear of liking it for reasons I rather not go into. However, I kept an [...]

Cigar Review: 601 Habano (Red Label)

My site has a lot of reviews for what people would call high end premium cigars. My tastes are expensive but with the downtrend in the economy I find myself smoking cigars that are less expensive. I guess this is a good thing since I got my first piece of hate mail the other days [...]

Cigar Review: Oliva V Lancero

First for starters let me say, a person with shaky hands such as myself should not be taking pictures of their cigar with the camera on their phone. They need to create a digital card reader that connects to your phones USB port so I can take good pictures and upload them to the my [...]

Cigar Review: Ashton VSG

Today’s review comes from Tiger Woo and is of the Ashton VSG Belicoso #1. According to the Ashton website the VSG is blended exclusively for Ashton by Carlos Fuente Jr. using 4 to 5 year old aged Dominican tobacco taken from the finest and most fertile plants. The distinct flavor of VSG comes from its [...]

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