Null
Null

Category

Cigars

La Gloria Cubana Gloriosos (ER Reino Unido 2008)

There once was a time in which Habanos S.A. would let distributors receive multiple Edición Regional releases in a single year. That practice came to...
Read More

El Tallo

If you want to spark up an interesting and potentially passionate conversation amongst cigar smokers, bring up the topic of stems in cigars. Undoubtedly, some...
Read More

San Lotano Dominicano Robusto

While it has calmed down quite a bit in 2019, over the last two years, the cigar industry seemed to be enamored with the concept...
Read More

Davidoff Exclusive The Tobacconist of Greenwich – JGL 45 Years

In 2014, Greenwich, Conn.-based retailer The Tobacconist of Greenwich released an exclusive release meant to commemorate its 40th year in business. Named The Tobacconist of Greenwich JGL 40...
Read More

Lil Pistoff Kristoff

I can’t remember who said it to me recently, but it was something to the effect of you have to be careful about names that...
Read More

Cohiba Connecticut Toro

If I had to bet which premium cigar brand was the most identifiable by Americans, and probably the world, my choice would be Cohiba. And given that there are two different Cohiba brands—one owned by General Cigar Co. and only sold in the U.S., and the other the Cuban brand sold worldwide—there’s not much one […]
Read More

The Wise Man Maduro Lancero

In 2017, Foundation Cigar Co. followed up its debut El Güegüense with a maduro version, known as The Wise Man Maduro. It uses a Mexican San Andrés maduro covering a Nicaraguan corojo 99 binder from sourced from Jalapa and filler tobaccos form Estelí and Jalapa. Five regular production sizes were available at launch, none of which […]
Read More

Indian Motorcycle Connecticut Shade Toro

If there’s something that must be an amazing feeling from the cigar brand owner’s perspective, I’d have to think getting your products carried in another country would have to rank pretty near the top of the list. So much so, it might even call for a special cigar. In the case of the Indian Motorcycle […]
Read More

Edmundo Dantes Conde Belicoso (ER Mexico 2016)

All good things must come to an end, and in late 2016 we learned that saying also applied to one of the most popular recent Cuban cigar marcas. Named Edmundo Dantes after the protagonist in one of the French author Alexandre Dumas’ most famous books, “The Count of Monte Cristo,” the Edmundo Dantes brand debuted in […]
Read More

La Gloria Cubana Orgullosos (ER Suiza 2018)

There are only a few cigar-related numbers, if any, that make the staff at halfwheel perk up quite like 109. It’s a reference to a vitola, but really more to a specific type of way cigars are capped. Rather than using a normal belicoso head, which typically comes to a point like the end of an […]
Read More

Laranja Reserva Escuro Corona Gorda

In 2014, Espinosa Premium Cigars showed off a brand new cigar called the Laranja Reserva, featuring the former word that translates to orange from Portuguese. According to comments made by owner Erik Espinosa at the time, that name was used due to the orange tint the Brazilian wrapper features. While it debuted with only three vitolas, the […]
Read More
1 2 3 4 227
Null