Saturday, November 28, 2020

Las 6 Provincias MTZ Cigar Review

(Cigar Dojo) ... This sweeter component is balanced by notes of earthiness, sweet cream, and quintessential red pepper and plum sweetness on the retrohale. As one often remarks, certain cigar producers have a signature about their blends. Héctor J. Alfonso, Sr. (director of operations) and Erik Espinosa, in my opinion, have a signature flavor and aroma that is really pronounced, especially through the retrohale. Continued

A long walk with a pipe, a glowering look, and a stick for hitting people

(At the back of the hill) ... Everyone's first pipe is usually mediocre. But with proper care and handling it will give many years of service. I usually tell people buying their first pipe to choose something comfortable to the eye and easy to run a pipe cleaner through, so that two years later they won't wonder "what the hell was I thinking?!?", but instead "I'm glad I bought that, it pleases me". Continued

Emilio L.J.Z. Limited Edition Robusto Review

Better Pipe smoking in 3 min!

Friday, November 27, 2020

Dissident Rave Cigar Review

(halfwheel) ... For Rave, it’s an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper over an Ecuadorian binder and fillers from the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua and Pennsylvania. That’s rolled in a 5 1/2 x 52 box-pressed robusto extra format, the only box-pressed release of the trio. Continued

Tobacco Review: Frog Morton

What's Under Drew Estate's Undercrown Cigar?

Smoking Amphora Original Blend

Dry Snuff Review: Bernard's Postillion