How To Cut, Light & Smoke A Cigar First of all a big disclaimer: everything stated here is my OPINION. As is EVERY other how to video on smoking, keeping, fondling, etc. cigars. If you disagree with any of my OPINIONS here, that’s cool. But I don’t care. I’m putting … Continue reading
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Ramon Allones Specially Selected Cigar Review This 4 7/8×50 cigar hails from Cuba, wrapped in a medium brown satin wrapper with minimal veins, invisible seams, a soft tobacco aroma and a slight box press with rounded corners. It has a very soft squishy feel with random soft spots throughout. First … Continue reading →
J.C. Newman Brickhouse Robusto Cigar Review This 5×54 stick offers a mottled dark chocolate wrapper with smooth but visible small and medium viens, a soft satin feel and slightly peppery smooth tobacco aroma. First light reveals
I have noticed something over the years of buying my cigars. No, not that I spend too much (the wife disagrees), or that my tastes have changed all that much (they change, but very little at a time). What I have noticed is the sometimes subtle, sometimes great difference in … Continue reading →
I’m not sponsored by cigar.com or anything, but just have to say this latest catalog that came today has what I consider to be a GREAT sampler deal, especially for anyone relatively new! Not only is the price very good at $199 for 60 sticks – but they are ALL … Continue reading →
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