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Tatuaje Havana VI Lancero

Tatuaje Havana VI Lancero

posted on August 30th, 2014

Casa Fernandez Aniversario 2014

Casa Fernandez Aniversario 2014

posted on August 28th, 2014

Brian’s The Week In Smoke, Issue 57

Brian’s The Week In Smoke, Issue 57

posted on August 27th, 2014

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Brian’s The Week In Smoke, Issue 56

Brian’s The Week In Smoke, Issue 56

It’s once time again for another issue of Brian’s The Week In Smoke. In case this is your first Week in Smoke, be advised that it covers many (though not necessarily all) of the cigars I’ve smoked in the past week (or the past month, or however long it has been since the last issue), along with a couple of quick thoughts that came to me at the time. These are not full reviews, but quick blurbs based on …

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AJ Fernandez Pinolero Maduro Toro

AJ Fernandez released the Pinolero in 2012 as a more Cubanesque blend for their line up. In 2013, they released a maduro version with a special proprietary maduro wrapper grown in Nicaragua. The Toro retails for about $9.00 and the blend also comes in a robusto, churchill and torpedo.

The cigar had a good draw and excellent construction. The only issue was the flavor profile. For me, the cigar started out very earthy and bitter. As the cigar burned down, …

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Tatuaje El Triunfador Original Lancero

Tatuaje El Triunfador Original Lancero

Wrapper : Broadleaf
Binder : Nicaraguan
Filler : Nicaraguan
Source : bought sampler at Genuine Tobacco in Columbia, PA

Welcome to this weeks review of the Tatuaje El Triunfador Original Lancero which I got in the 10 count lancero sampler as seen in the above picture. All of these cigars are 7.5×38.

Slight barnyard on wrapper with a slight bittersweet chocolate on the cold draw is about all to report.

Cigar

This Tatuaje El Triunfador Original Lancero Starts off …

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Pairings: CAO Flathead V450 Sparkplug & Flying Dog The Truth

Pairings: CAO Flathead V450 Sparkplug & Flying Dog The Truth

Disclaimer: For full disclosure, CAO Cigars is a paid advertiser and supporter of Stogie Review. With that said, the cigars and beer for this pairing were purchased by me.

Note: Initially this video was to be part of a single post that would compliment the Week in Smoke: Art of Craft Edition. Originally I was going to do three videos that would go along with the four pairings CAO and Flying Dog created. After some great feedback I decided

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BEN’S WEEK IN SMOKE NO. 5 – THE BAYOU EDITION

BEN’S WEEK IN SMOKE NO. 5 – THE BAYOU EDITION

Drew Estate Unicos A

This was a real treat for me.  It was my birthday earlier last week and a good friend of mine gave me this cigar to celebrate my birthday.  He won these from Drew Estate from a contest they were running at the Chattanooga Tweetup a few years ago and saved them for a special occasion.  A few years made this cigar a lot more mellow than I thought it would be.  It was a very smooth …

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