Gran Habano Persian King Rajah

Gran Habano Persian King Rajah

posted on June 19th, 2018

Joya de Nicaragua Antaño Gran Reserva Presidente TAA 2018

Joya de Nicaragua Antaño Gran Reserva Presidente TAA 2018

posted on June 12th, 2018

Diesel Whiskey Row Robusto

Diesel Whiskey Row Robusto

posted on May 23rd, 2018

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Macanudo Inspirado Red Robusto

Macanudo Inspirado Red Robusto

I think the last Macanudo we reviewed here on Stogie Review was the Macanudo Mao back at the end of 2016. It’s been even longer since I reviewed one. So when these samples of the new Macanudo Inspirado Red showed up at my door a few days ago, I decided on the spot I’d review them next- like ’em or not. Of course, I always hope to like a cigar I’m about to review, because it’s committing to smoking …

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My Father Cigars The Judge Grand Robusto

My Father Cigars The Judge Grand Robusto

My Father Cigars introduced the The Judge in 2016 with two sizes, grand robusto and toro, and added the toro fino in 2017.  The Judge line is a line of all large vitolas with ring gauges of 52 and higher.  The Judge was inspired by a friend of the Garcia family that is a judge and these cigars are larger and stronger than the original My Father lines. My local shops in Houston got these in, but I never tried …

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day – Camacho Candela Robusto

Happy St. Patrick’s Day – Camacho Candela Robusto

Its that time of the year again.  The time when we see all the candela wrapper  cigars emerge.  Candela is a historic cigar wrapper which was hugely popular during the turn of the century up until about the 50’s for cigars.  Now, its almost impossible to find a candela cigar….unless it’s St. Patrick’s Day.  The candela wrapper, along with green beer, has become synonymous with St. Patrick’s Day.  Candela gets a bad wrap now because it usually has a bitter …

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Fratello Navetta Discovery Robusto

Fratello Navetta Discovery Robusto

There are a lot of jokes you have to acknowledge up front when reviewing a cigar whose name translates to “shuttle”, and that’s made by a former employee of NASA. Things like, “does it take a rocket scientist to blend a good cigar?” Or perhaps, “I’m worried this cigar will be so strong it’ll send me into orbit!” I’m sure there are more out there where those came from. Undoubtedly Omar de Frias has heard them all, probably daily. (I …

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La Flor Dominicana La Volcada

La Flor Dominicana La Volcada

La Flor Dominicana introduced the La Volcada at this year’s IPCPR trade show in Las Vegas.  The cigar is named after a move in the tango dance where the gentleman dips his female partner and she bends her leg back towards him.  The move is shown as a silhouette on the band.  The La Volcada is a tribute to tango which was invented Uruguay.  Litto Gomez, the owner of La Flor Dominicana, was born in Spain but grew up in …

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