Tagged: cigar review
For me, the Gurkha cigar brand has always seemed to be style over substance. I’ll be the first to admit that I haven’t smoked many of them, and those that I have, including the...
Just how good can a New World cigar blended by a Habano Cigar Sommelier be? I smoked the Rolando Soto Midnight Habano cigar from Rebellion Cigars to find out.
Having recently enjoyed some claro wrapper cigars, I wondered if the Casa Turrent 1880 Series Double Claro, a Mexican puro, would put another tick in this box
Week 46 has been unusually busy for me as I’ve been trying to get ahead so I can take some time off, so I only had three smokes in this working week of cigars.
The La Invicta Nicaraguan robusto is a budget friendly, hand made, long filler cigar that shows all the flavours of a Nicaraguan cigar. But is it worth smoking?
In the run up to Halloween, you need to let your hair down a bit and what better way than have some fun and go to extremes. The cigars I smoked this week were...
I started this week of cigars with some lighter smokes and got stronger. At first glance, most didn’t fit my usual choice, but they were right for the moment.
When I was new to cigars, the Punch Petit Coronations was recommended to me a great Cuban for a novice cigar smoker. Would I now recommend this to beginners?