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
Tagged: Cuban binder
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.
To mark World Whisky Day, the Cigar Club LDN cigar of the month was the Por Larranaga Petit Corona paired with a lovely drop of miniature bottle Glasgow 1770 The Original whisky
A virtual tasting of the Hoyo de Monterrey Le Hoyo Rio Seco cigar wasn’t what I expected. Smoked with a drinks pairing provided was an interesting experience.
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…
One of the first premium cigar brands I smoked was Jose L Piedra. Since then the Jose L Piedra Cazadores has become a favourite and I always keep a few to hand.
The Partagas D4 is one of the first Cuban cigars I ever had. Since that first stick, it has remained a firm favourite and regular fixture aging in my humidor.