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Indian Tobac Super Fuerte Natural

Indian Tobac Super Fuerte Natural

posted on July 24th, 2014

Re+United by Ernesto Perez-Carrillo & Michael Giannini

Re+United by Ernesto Perez-Carrillo & Michael Giannini

posted on July 23rd, 2014

Senorial Corona Gorda No. 5

Senorial Corona Gorda No. 5

posted on July 22nd, 2014

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Punch Gusto

Punch Gusto

As you might have noticed, we have been doing several reviews lately of cigars that have been around quite awhile.  Most of these cigars are cigars we reviewed when we first started reviewing or are cigars we smoked a lot of when we first started smoking cigars.  There were two different cigar brands I used to smoke when I first started smoking cigars in the late 90s while in college.  I chose one of these for my throw back review. …

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Are Aging Cigars Worth it? 1998 Punch Churchill

Are Aging Cigars Worth it?  1998 Punch Churchill

I really don’t like posting reviews on cigars that many of you can’t get for one reason or another, but I always seem to get the question on whether aging cigars is worth or not. My answer is always the same.  It depends.  Usually cigars mellow out and get smoother as they age so if you like the way they are smoking now, then there is no reason to age them unless you want to see how they change.  Cuban …

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The Show

The Show

A disclaimer to begin with. When I refer to “we” I am referring to us here at Stogie Review. We are not trying to speak for all cigar media outlets. We are just speaking for ourselves. We believe each cigar media outlet should be judged on their own individual merit, street cred and not be judged as a group.

Two years ago I penned an article, If We Don’t Go, They Win. That same year at IPCPR, I asked …

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Sancho Panza Double Maduro

Sancho Panza Double Maduro

It is kind of funny that with IPCPR on the horizon and my last Week in Smoke mainly containing new releases that I turn to the Sancho Panza Double Maduro. With Walt recently reviewing the Sancho Panza Extra Fuerte I thought this would compliment his review. Plus, with us trying to get back to basics and focus on having fun than dealing with some of the bullshit that has come our way over the course of the last eight …

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Nat Sherman 1930 (Short Ashes)

Nat Sherman 1930 (Short Ashes)

A few weeks ago I received a surprise email from the folks over at Nat Sherman. They asked if I would be interested in trying their Nat Sherman 1930 and possibly putting together a review. Times are tough and I’m in no position to turn down cigars, so I gratefully accepted.

A short time later I received three Nat Sherman 1930 cigars in the mail. I wasted no time and began smoking them in preparation for a review. Out of …

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