2013-09-18 11.18.52

Blue Mountain Cigars “El Beest”

If you like “Ligero” tobacco and want a cigar with some power in a robusto size, then pick up an “El Beest” by Blue Mountain Cigars. Each cigar is capped with a tightly turned pigtail style top, and a full white sleeve which really makes it eye catching and protects the wrapper, which was flawless. The pre…

2013-08-19 21.22.38

Cigars. Habit or Hobby?

Okay, if your reading this you are one of three people. Those who like cigars, those who want to try cigars, or you stumbled upon my website and you will smoke cigars after reading this. First, I would like to thank my “webmaster” for getting me into the hobby of cigars. I am sure if…

2013-09-17 12.20.34

Alec Bradley American Sun Grown

First, I would like to say I hope they catch the thieves who broke into the warehouse and stole $600,000 of cigars. Now, to the review. The American Sun Grown by Alec Bradley was a decent cigar. I had the robusto size and it was just the right size for a stroll around the block.…

2013-09-16 13.37.24

Diesel Grind

Today was a nice walk through the Pacific Northwest trails with the dogs for a little time to relax and start putting the rest of my week together. I chose a Diesel “Grind”, and I am glad I did. I haven’t had one of these before but I will be having a few more of…

2013-09-14 18.50.36

Blue Mountain Cigars “Threesome”

The Blue Mountain Cigars “Threesome”, 3 wrappers 3 different blends in one fine looking cigar. The name is easy to see where it came from, you can easily notice the wrapper colorings. The thing I really noticed with this cigar was the flavor profile changes. The cigar had a nice construction and was a 6…

2013-09-13 13.56.52

Viaje White Label Project Stuffed Turkey 5×60

Viaje White Label Project Stuffed Turkey, was one bold smoke. I picked this up a few months back from a friend and it had been resting nicely, a long day at work (3 hours) deserved something brave and bold and this delivered. The first thing you notice with this cigar is the flawless construction and…

2013-09-11 15.38.50

Don Francisco Robusto

I am smoking the second cigar from a package I received a few months ago from a friend Mike Cavanaugh of www.donfranciscocigars.com This cigar really had a nice feel to it and a little bit of a rugged look to it. There was no cellophane but the wrapper looked bold enough to stand the travel…

2013-09-01 17.40.02

Gunslinger Cigars “Drifter”

Today’s cigar is the Gunslinger Cigars “Drifter” a 6 X54 Torpedo. This comes from an independent maker out of Kansas City, MO and rolled at the AJ Fernandez factory. At first look the cigar was a real beauty, flawless and clean wrapper with enough oils to give it a nice shine on the Ecuadorian wrapper.…

Great high quality bargain stick.

Drew Estate La Vieja Habana

Today’s review is the Drew Estate La Vieja Habana. This is their first non-infused cigar and was introduced in the mid 90’s. The pre light feel of the cigar was very consistent and had a great look to the dark wrapper. The oils of the wrapper had really turned the cellophane and the label a…

2013-09-09 13.10.19

Xikar Xi Cutter

Today was one of the days when you check the mail and “boom” there’s something nice. My mail carrier really dropped off some happiness today. The first box was an awesome travel humidor with some very nice cigars from an awesome friend Jeff T. in Dothan, AL he sent a couple of Room 101 OSOK’s…