Last week, Jerry and I were discussing my current commute cigar dilemma. In the morning, when I leave my house before 5:00am, my ride to work takes roughly 35 minutes. No matter what I seem to select as a commute cigar, I always wind up throwing away a portion of it.
Today I bring you something a little different than my usual Week in Smoke. Since around this time every year I usually spend a lot of time in front of a camera, I thought I’d try my hand at video cigar review. And I picked a cigar that I’ve been meaning to review for a while now, one that’s been very much on my radar, but maybe not on yours- the Re+United by Ernesto Perez-Carrillo & Michael Giannini. The video …
Jose Blanco, formerly of La Aurora and Joya de Nicaragua, has brought out his own cigar called Senorial. This cigar is the first from his new cigar company, Las Cumbres Tabaco, and was released in June 2014.
- Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano
- Binder: Esteli, Nicaragua
- Filler: Dominican Piloto Cubano and Dominican Corojo
This cigar was extremely well made and the draw was spot on with a smooth wrapper. The cigar has flavors of oak, leather, allspice, black pepper and pecan. I got coffee notes with …
Wrapper : Nicaraguan Habano
Binder : Nicaraguan
Filler : Nicaraguan
Source : Bought at Tobacco Company in Lemoyne
Welcome to this weeks cigar review of the BG Meyer Standard Issue. I found this at a (kind of) local shop and figured I would give it a shot. This cigar is available in five sizes, Robusto (5×50), Toro (6×50)-this is the one i am smoking, Churchill (7×48), Figurado (54x42x6.125) and Gordo (…
Last week I set aside a little time to get out to Sir Stogies for a Miami Cigar Event. It has been a while since I’ve attended an event and I thought it would be a great opportunity to meet up with my local rep, Chris Lenzo, and get caught up on what I’ve missed being without a local B&M.
While I was at the event, I picked up a handful of cigars, the first of which to be reviewed …