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.
I was honoured when Rebellion Cigars asked me to review their Rockstar cigars. Choosing which one to start with wasn’t easy, but I plumped for the Paradise City
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?
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.
To celebrate Central Americas Doscientos of independence, October’s cigar of the month from Cigar Club LDN was the beautiful My Father Flor de las Antillas.
I’ve had a much quieter week of cigars although double bill at a virtual tasting on Thursday upped my quota. I it was definitely a case of quality over quantity
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