Category Archives Cigar Reviews

I have been wanting to try this cigar for quite some time now. It has been in my humidor staring back at me for the past six months, but the time was never right and it had not aged long enough. I like my cigars to sit at least for a little while after my purchase. It's not that I am a snob, but I know my humidity is correct and win a cigar sits for at least six months under my protection I know it is going to be prime condition for smoking. It was time for this cigar to show me what it was made of. A long box pressed style cigar of dark but very smooth covered…

Decided to watch the State of the Union out in my smoking shed, with a new batch of cigars that came in. I had a box of Arturo Fuente Anejo cigars - Torpedos. I have a love for the torpedos because I can easily control the flow by how I cut the end. A small snip, or a larger cut. I started with a smaller snip in the back as I always do, but the draw will a little harder than I prefer, so I opened it up a bit more and the draw was perfect. The cigar was extremely smooth for a medium to full bodied cigar. More medium bodied. Some darker notes could be tasted in this particular…

One of my enjoyments is heading out and having a cigar in my cigar shack out back. I'll bring out a beer, a cigar - back up cigar - turn on the heater in winter, turn on the air filter and sit back and watch Vimeo while enjoying (usually) a cigar. Tonight we gave the Dunbarton Tobacco and Trust Umbagog cigar a try. It's a small boutique tobacco company run by the former head of Drew Estate cigars Steve Saka. The cigar itself is well built and very dark. Smells of hay and a sweetness I just couldn't place. I was excited to light this up. To my dismay the draw was more than tough. Almost too much. I cleared…

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