Archive for August, 2009

Cigar Review: Gurkha Red 1887

I got this cigar as a gift, and to be honest I am not a big fan of the brand. So I passed it off to my friend Kristian and this is a his take on the cigar. Cigar: Gurkha Red Rothschild Size: 6 x 55 Wrapper: Connecticut Shade Binder: Dominican Filler: Peru, Indonesia Strength: [...]

Sunday Links

Welcome to the Sunday Links… This week we shall start off with a little bit of news and commentary… It appears that Don Pepin will no longer be represented by The Cigar Agency in the northeast, USA. Don Pepin Garcia it appears has decided to go in house with its own sales force. As I [...]

Cigar Review: Tatuaje Especiales

This past week I went on a lancero kick. Luckily the owner of Fume in Montclair, NJ is a fan of of the vitola, so there was plenty to choose from. The first cigar for review is today’s smoke and Monday will be a Greycliff lancero. On a side note, the Cigar Rights of America [...]

Cigar Review: Cain Habano

I know I just reviewed the Cain Maduro, but the cigar was so good I had to smoke the Cain Habano samples that were gifted to me as well. If this cigar is half as good as the last one, I’ll be happy. Once again these cigars are distributed by Oliva and from the mind [...]

Cigar Review: Patel Brothers

Despite being unable to go to the show this year, I have managed to get my hands on some new sticks. A few of the local reps and I have cross paths lately. The lovely rep from Rocky Patel stopped by over the weekend to drop off a sample of the new cigar from Rocky. [...]

Sunday Links

After a week off the Sunday links have returned. Over the past few weeks you have heard me talk about an incident at my old smoking spot. While I won’t go into details about that because it got out of hand and I have respect for the owner as a person it did however open [...]

Cigar Review: Cain Maduro

I finally got my hands on the Cain cigars from the mind of Sam Leccia gifted to me by the local Oliva representative who is one of the better guys in the business. The Cain is triple fermented and contains 82% ligero. It comes in two forms, the Cain Habano and the Cain Maduro. There [...]

Cigar Review: Paul Garmirian Gourmet Series

Keeping with the visting a new cigar shop from time to time theme, today’s cigar comes from a new shop in my rotation. I’ve heard numerous people on twitter talk about these cigars so  decided to pick ip the Paul Garmirian Gourmet Series 15th Anniversary. According to the P.G. website, today’s smoke is produced in [...]

Cigar Review: Cuban Stock Royal Selection

One thing I think every cigar smoker should do is venture out to different cigar shops. Staying true to one shop locks you into the choices that owner makes for his humidor. Sure a good shop will listen to its customers, but your still pretty much locked in. This past week I ventured to a [...]

Cigar Review: Alec Bradley Family Blend

I broke down and bought a netbook the other day so I could write reviews from the road and do research for my job. So far I love the unit but I feel like if I lean on it I will break it. I first came across this cigar at Fume Cigars in Montclair, NJ [...]

Cigar Review: La Flor Dominicana Axe

According to Holt’s website, “Here is a symbolic cigar by La Flor Dominicana. Blended and manufactured by Litto Gomez in celebration of Holt’s 110th year of business, this small batch lovely owns up to its name. Handcrafted in the Dominican Republic, the “Axe” is as full-bodied as they come. Thick, oily, chocolaty-brown Dominican wrappers abound [...]

Cigar Review: Tatuaje Reserva A Uno

My business partner is a big fan of the Montecristo ISOM A Size cigar. Every Christmas he gets a box as a gift and I have been lucky enough to smoke a few of them myself. So needless to say I enjoy an A sized cigar. About a month ago I saw Holt’s in Philadelphia [...]

Sunday Links

Reviews Of The Week: Hava Cigar, aka Cheif Hava has a great article on your right to smoke. The Cugar Nuts gives us a take on the Rocky Patel Vinatage 1999 Connecticut.

CIgar Review: CAO Bratalia

I was originally going to save this cigar to smoke with Jery Cruz and the boys from this weekend at the IPCPR but due to some family issues I had to bale at the last minute. A part of me is second guessing my decision to do so but I know I made the [...]

Cigar Review: Corona Cigar Co. 10th Anniversary

Today’s cigar comes courtesy of the Corona Cigar Co. who recently became a sponsor of this very website. We thank them for coming on board. According to their website, “It has been over ten years since we first introduced our Corona Nicaraguan Selection cigars. Since then, these have become our most popular and best selling [...]

Press Release: A Renaissance For Miami Cigars 1989

“A RENAISSANCE FOR MIAMI CIGAR’S 1989” Miami, FL, 4 August 2009…Don Lino 1989, the first cigar produced to commemorate Miami Cigar & Company’s 20th Anniversary is being repositioned starting with a new blend and new packaging. The cigar was very well received, and appeared in two (2) wrapper formats: a Maduro and a Connecticut Shade [...]

Cigar Review: Vegas Cubanas

This was the very first Don Pepin cigar I had about 5 years ago. When the rep came into a store I worked at he said that Pepin cigars would be the hottest cigars on the market in a few year s and I thought it was just typical sales BS. Well, since then Pepin [...]

Sunday Links

August. The dog days of the summer. Can you believe how fast this summer went? I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again the days go by faster the older you get. I hope you all have been able to find the time to smoke a cigar, and are enjoying the warm weather. Some [...]

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