Now through the end of June, to make a good deal even better, I will include a sampler pack of some of my favorite cigars with each Canvas Cigar Art Print order! The pack will be a random selection stuffing a Priority Mail box and will ship directly from me … Continue reading
Ashton Cabinet Selection Pyramid Cigar Review Sorry, I goofed on the pics from this one and formatted the wrong card 🙁 This 6×52 belicoso shaped stick offers a silky soft light tan wrapper with minimal veins, a slight spongy feel and light barnyard aroma. First light gives
Thank you so much (all of you supporters!!) for sending in this beautiful selection of fine sticks! Arriving today is this Graycliff G2 Turbo Torpedo, a Diesel Unholy Cocktail and a La Herencia Cubana Oscuro Fuerte Robusto! Reviews to come!
Gotham Cigars is the latest vendor to sign on with the site. They provide excellent service and selection on your favorite premium sticks and have an excellent special running right now! Checkout the banners on the right and give them a look! Welcome, guys!
Corona Nicaraguan Selection 10th Anniversary Robusto Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, March 12, 2010
Corona Nicaraguan Selection 10th Anniversary Robusto Cigar Review This 5×50 stick offers a dark tan, firmly packed wrapper showing minimal veins and tight seams with a large double cap. The aroma is a mellow tobacco smell, reminiscent of the ‘perfect humidor’. Starting off it gives out huge volumes of smoke … Continue reading →
A kind and generous viewer, Michael Yamashita sent in this fine selection of smokes for review, and I look forward to getting them on the site for everyone! Michael – send me you email address!
Corona Nicaraguan Selection Torpedo Maduro Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, February 5, 2010
Corona Nicaraguan Selection Torpedo Maduro Cigar Review This 6.5×52 stick offered a medium chocolate wrapper with a slightly spongy feel and fairly dense pack showing minimal veins and a satin finish. The tip needed to be cut back about 1/2″ for a good draw, which produced a nice creamy oily … Continue reading →