[nggallery id=337] Di Fazio Maduro Torpedo Cigar Review This 6×50 cigar features an oily jet black wrapper with minimal veins, tight seams, a slight spongy give and faint barnyard aroma. First light reveals an extremely loose draw with no resistance, light airy smoke and mild flavors of a sweet earth. … Continue reading
[nggallery id=300] Padron 1964 SI-15 Maduro Cigar Review This special edition 6×60 cigar is produced by Padron for and sold exclusively through SmokeInn.com to commemorate Smoke Inn’s 15th anniversary. Personally I can’t think of a better way to do it! These are a very limited edition run and I don’t … Continue reading →
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 →
ProClip Vehicle Mount & TomTom Navigation Dock Unboxingby Bryan Glynn, March 4, 2011
[nggallery id=286] ProClip Vehicle Mount & TomTom Navigation Dock Unboxing As a cigar smoker I often needs my hands free! Of course this kind of thing *I suppose* could be used for such things as in car calling, navigation, etc. too! This is an unboxing of a custom vehicle mount … Continue reading →
Pinar Del Rio Reserva Dominicana Robusto Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, January 14, 2011
[nggallery id=256] Pinar Del Rio Reserva Dominicana Robusto Cigar Review This 5×52 stick offers a dark chocolate wrapper with minimal veins, tight seams, a rich oily feel with a slightly spongy give and dense pack. It has a closed foot with the outter wrapper leaf folder over the end, plus … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=252] Xikar Xi1 Cutter Review The Xikar Xi1 series of guillotine cutters offer exceptional performance in a well constructed lightweight package. Featuring dozens of colors and designs, these cutters are well machined to hold firmly in the hand offering easy one-handed operation via spring loaded side blades hinged at … Continue reading →
This is a quick rundown of an exciting new site that launched recently. It’s an evolving endevor but already has huge potential of becoming an invaluable resource to cigar smokers worldwide. This video tour will quickly take you through the major features of the site and show you how easy … Continue reading →
So you just got a new humidor, and you aren’t sure what to do with it? Well we’re here to help with a quick video! Don’t risk your cigars, make sure you properly season and maintain your humidor! Photography by BG Pictures.
Hi, I’m Bryan Glynn Editor of Cigar Obsession. This project is going to be a labor of love for me, simply taking you through my ongoing quest for the Ã¢â‚¬ËœperfectÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ cigar. What I bring to the table is both popular and unique. Let me explain! I am not an aficionado. … Continue reading →
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