Category: Cigar Reviews
The Chinchalero Torcidos Tres Petit Corona is the prettiest plain band cigars I’ve smoked. With perfect construction, the flavours ebb and flow with the wrapper
When I first found out that the cigar of the month from Cigar Club London was going to be a Tabak Especial Robusto Oscuro – a infused stick from Drew Estate – my mind...
Sometimes I choose a cigar on a whim with little thought or expectation of what lies ahead. Such was the case with the Brazil Trüllerie Fernando Cigar.
Sometimes a cigar looks almost too beautiful to light up. This was the case with the San Jeronimo Natural torpedo cigar
A year on from discovering the Hiram and Solomon Travelling Man Lancero Cigar and it is still as delicious as I remember it being the first time round.
I still remember the first Romeo y Julieta No. 1 cigar I ever smoked. I thought that cigars couldn’t get better than this. Unless I aged some; which I did…
It’s a possibility that the El Viejo Continente Classic Robustom may be my new favourite cigar. I haven’t been as excited to see how a cigar ages in a long time