Nicaragua

Review: Liga Privada Único Serie L40 (Prerelease)

Today we will be taking a look at a much anticipated prerelease cigar, the Liga Privada L40. Liga Privada cigars have always been known to…

State of the Brand: My Father Cigars

For the meantime, I guess we can make this a weekly segment? While Raíces Cubanas is arguably (at least for me), the hottest factory of…

Viaje Tower Cigars 45th Anniversary

After speaking with Mark Just of Tower Cigars, it seemed time to put the info for the newest Viaje LE in one place. In May,…

Review: Drew Estate “Double Signature Reserve”

For those of you that don’t know… The odds are that you have never heard of this cigar produced by Drew Estate, and the story…

Review: El Triunfador SODO

Today we will be taking a look at a recent limited store release from none other than Pete Johnson and Tatuaje, the El Triunfador SODO…

Review: Padrón L. J. Peretti 140th Anniversary

For those of you that don’t know, about two weeks ago, it came to my attention that Padrón had released a cigar that I was…

Illusione Burn Churchill

Earlier this year, Rocky Patel opened up Burn by Rocky Patel in Naples, Fla. It’s a 3,000 square foot lounge, which can hold over 200…

601 Edición Limitada 2010 “Macho”

This fall brought news of a brand new limited edition 601 cigar. The details in the beginning were a bit sketchy but after a few…

Cain F Lancero (Prerelease)

(Editor’s Note: You can read Charlie’s review of the Cain F Lancero here.) Last year, rumors started circulating that there would be a couple of…

Tatuaje Anarchy (Prerelease)

In early 2010 the hype drums started rumbling about an exclusive Tatuaje cigar dubbed Anarchy. No details were given about who was behind the project, but what was known was that it wasn’t Pete Johnson himself behind the marketing of the project; he was only part of the blending process. It was most likely a store owner celebrating an anniversary but that was all we knew. Well less than 2 weeks ago that mystery was solved….

Oliva Serie O Classic Ovation

In 2001 Oliva launched the Series O line. Officially called the Serie O Bold, the cigar was a Nicaraguan puro made with a thick habano wrapper…