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The Red Meat Lovers blend was developed to be paired with a steak. This particular cigar appears to be rolled to look like a Slim Jim.
The Krakatoa lives up to its name, albeit not in the way you might be expecting.
Two years after its release, it’s time to see how the pipe tobacco has held up in this cigar.
A little more than a year after the review was published, it’s time to revisit Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust’s The Bewitched.
The second size in the Mi Querida Black line requires a lot less of a time commitment than its bigger sibling.
If you still have your Christmas tree up, it’s time to take it down. That said, here’s a review of a cigar made for the holiday season.
No, this is not a collaboration between Steve Saka and the musical artist Chaka Khan.
The Bewitched started life as the Owl Shop Tobacconists’ 75th Anniversary cigar. This June, it was released as part of Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust’s Muestra de Saka Series.
As I note in the bio section that appears beneath my posts, I like telling the stories behind cigars. Some are interesting, some not so…
In June 2018, Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust released a new line named Sin Compromiso, which translates to without compromise from Spanish. While the line had been…
One of the questions that I’m generally asked by people who don’t smoke cigars has to do with all tobacco being the same. Essentially, they…