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…

2013-09-08 18.16.23

Crowned Heads J.D. Howard Reserve

The first day of the NFL Football season needed a cigar with a little “Kick”, so why shouldn’t it be the J.D. Howard Reserve by Crowned Heads. This cigar was named for the alias the outlaw “Jesse James” used while hiding out in Tennessee. The cigar is the HR46 (6×46) and of a Brazilian, Ecuadorian…

2013-09-07 17.12.03

Nadi Cigars Gilgamesh (Churchill)

The Gilgamesh by Nadi Cigars. I was sent this cigar recently through a wager and I am glad I won, this is one hell of a cigar. The wrapper and construction of the cigar were flawless upon removing the cellophane and the cigar had a slight sheen of oils to it. I had the Gilgamesh…

2013-09-06 15.25.46

Drew Estate Undercrown

  If you haven’t seen these floating around over that past year or more, where have you been? This is the Undercrown by Drew Estate, a cigar made out of an accident and a little necessity by the cigar rollers making the Liga Privada line. The Undercrown is slightly milder in my opinion than the…

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Padilla Dominus

The Padilla Dominus was my cigar to get the day started. I heard great things about this and thought I would pick a few up and find out for myself. One of the first things I noticed after removing the cellophane was just how oily the wrapper looked. The cigar had a great feel and…

2013-09-04 15.16.53

Litto Gomez Diez 2010 (Perfect Draw)

Litto Gomez Diez 2010 Chisel, this cigar was gifted to me in a package recently and I couldn’t let it rest another day, it was calling my name from inside my stash. I have had some of Litto Gomez’s later cigar and the La Flor Dominicana lines before, but this blew the doors off of…