Category: Cigar Review

Viaje Geisha San Andres VS Corojo 99 »

Tasting Notes First Third San Andres Vanilla, Pistachio, Espresso, chocolate, leather, Earth, Pepper, sour. Retro- Leather, pepper, bitterness Corojo 99 Chocolate, earth, starch, pepper, and sour. Graham cracker, coffee, creamer, earth, jalapeno spice. Retro- espresso, hazelnut, pistachio, earth, sour.  Second Third San Andres Bbq, earth, campfire, pepper, vanilla. Retro- hay, sour, bark, sweetness.  Corojo 99 […]

Gurkha 2021 TAA Review »

Viaje Amuse Bouche II »

Limited Edition cigars are something that most companies do, but few to the extent of Viaje whose entire portfolio consists of Limited cigars. This tactic has made it so that their cigars sell out in minutes as the quality and taste of these sticks are always top notch. Thanks to the quick sell out of […]

Ferio Tego Generoso (Review) »

I Love full bodied, full strength cigars. I love the relaxed feeling I can get from a truly strong cigar. If you’re anything like me, the Ferio Tego is for you. Blasts of black pepper are found throughout the cigar with an incredibly distinct and unique oak wood flavor. Notes of campfire smoke, creamy vanilla […]

NEW! Warped SkyFlower Review »

The arrival of the new Warped SkyFlower had me excited, and I finally got the chance to try one. With a great peppery spice, subtle chocolate sweetness and earthy campfire taste, this cigar has some flavor notes that everyone can enjoy. On top of that is a maple syrup note though the retrohale. Mix that […]

Oliva Serie V 135th Anniversary Review »

Having just smoked one of these, this cigar is mind blowing. It is easily the best Serie v to date, if not the best Oliva to date. Commemorating the 135th anniversary of the first tobacco planted by Melanio Oliva, this cigar needed to be good. However, this storied company met and exceeded all expectations with […]

J.C. Newman- The American Robusto Review »

There are many things in the USA to be proud of, and J.C. Newman has added another with The American. A 100% USA made cigar, using a Florida Sun Grown Wrapper, a Connecticut Broadleaf binder, and a blend of Pensilvanian and Connecticut filler tobaccos. A dark brown velvet wrapper and a beautiful American Flag band, […]

Mid week smoking blog – My Father Connecticut Corona Gorda »

Perfectly timed for the holidays and time with family, this cigar is blended by father and son combo Jose Pepin Garcia & Jaime Garcia. It’s wrapper of Ecuadorian connecticut covers Nicaraguan binder and filler. A deep hay color matches the barnyard and subtle spices smells on the dry draw- perfectly paired with morning (or – […]

Mid Week Smoke Break Cigar Review: Oliva Nub Cameroon Tubo »

Hands off my nub! Here’s all the explanation you need for why I must defend my cigars at all times! Cameroon Wrapper -> Dark and leathery to the touch. A sweet, cedary smoke with an intriguing spice. The aftertaste is dry and toasty. Intense pepper through the nose. A medium to full-bodied cigar that’s toasty […]

Mid Week Smoking Blog: Caldwell’s Lost & Found Pepper Cream Soda »

This summer has given everyone the sprucing-up construction bug and we’re no exception. There’s no great handymen without their tools and today this was mine: Caldwell’s Lost & Found Pepper Cream Soda. Without to much effort wasted on fancy cigar presentation, this simple brown paper & twine 10 pack encloses the cigar – a corona […]