I love trying cigars that are new to me. When James Barber Tobacconist gifted me the Independencia 1898 Robusto whilst visiting, I was understandably excited
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When I got RoMa Craft Intemperance EC XVIII Goodness LE cigar, I was excited to light up this box pressed robusto to see what delights this cigar had in store.
When I went live with Karen Hunter and Mike Choi, owner of Boutique Smokes to smoke the Epic Corojo Lancero conversation flowed as we savoured this lovely cigar
Nordlicht Cigars have been creating quite the buzz in the cigar community. I was excited to be offered the opportunity to sample their short torpedo maduro.
The Romeo y Julieta Petit Churchill is another lovely cigar from this brand. Gifted to me by a sister of the leaf it seemed appropriate to share it with another
The PSyKo Seven Connecticut Robusto might not be my obvious choice of cigar, but smoking it on a live review with Sin Cigars and a fellow SOTL opened my eyes.
As with other El Viejo Continente cigars, the Mare Nostrum looks beautiful. Add a wonderful palate of changing flavours, and this light cigar is a joy to smoke.
The Patina Habano Copper Corona Gorda for me is a truly international cigar. I enjoyed sharing this with an American sister of the leaf live on Instagram.
When I joined Emily from the Arthur George Cigar Lounge for a live tasting and review on Instagram, our cigar of choice was the Rocky Patel Royale torpedo.
Beauty isn’t everything when it comes to a cigar. When I smoked the Sancho Panza Non Plus Petit Corona, it looked a bit worse for wear but still smoked well.