Part 4! One thing you’ll notice in a lot of the clips is a hum, hiss or just lots of noise – this isn’t the mic or camera. Many of the spots are simply noisy with machinery, fans, humidifiers, etc.
Another great video. Keep them coming. From his comments in the video, Jonathan seems to be a big fan of Broadleaf (in addition to tobacco from Nicaragua). Does he have a preference for Connecticut broadleaf?
Not that I heard
Wow! by far my favorite Safari series.
But I gotta say again some of the missing endings of sentences are killing me.
Is it just a coincidence that so many of these cigar reviewers are also photographers?
Bryan I don’t comment much but this is a great series! You have done a wonderful job taking us along with you. I truly look forward to watching these videos, checking your website daily for new updates. Great job!
Thanks Bryan, I really enjoy your hard work, keep it up’
The guy in the green shirt at 6:23 looks like a fun freakin guy…
Drew Estates as never seen before. Thank goodness for Bryan and his endless skill.
All hale BG – King of cigar bloggers!!
thanks so much for this very informative video
Very interesting and important insights. Thank you Bryan. Keep them coming.
Great videos Bryan! Thank you for taking the time. Hope to do a cigar trip next spring!
Bryn Glynn delivers again. The best Cigar Safari coverage to date. You set out out to take us along for the ride as if we were there. MISSION ACCOMPLISHED. Well done sir.
Looks like a great time down there.
Now that was worth it! The guy (didn’t get his name) giving the tour did a great job on the beginning fermentation process. JD meanwhile was reminding me of Woody Allen in Bananas 😉
Well done Bryan.
Ha ha I was thinking the same the Johnathan Drew reminds me of Woody Allen too.
Hey bryan great job on the videos me and my wife were there cpl months back. Did u go to pullazos restaurant for a juicy steak?
I don’t remember the name but #2 takes you through the steak place
It was an amazing experience for us we also visited my father, plasencia and oliva factories i hope u had time to cover those as well. Regards.
Whatcha see is what we did 😉