Camacho Corojo (old version) Cigar Review

Change is inevitable but, at least for this review, I’ll stand athwart change and yell “Stop!” because I’m going to review the old Camacho Corojo. Not only that, I’m bucking another trend (the one towards bigger vitolas) by reviewing the Machito, which is a very diminutive cigar measuring in at 4″ x 32. Cigars of […]

Carlos Toraño Casa Toraño Maduro Cigar Review

The cigars for this review were provided by Thompson Cigar; as always, all reviews are my own As you may know, I studied Spanish in high school for three years so I’m pretty good at it now and that is why I know “Casa” means “home.” I think. Well, that’s not really important. Or maybe […]

Room 101 Big Delicious Cigar Review

I received a couple of these cigars from Smoke Inn for this review; as always, all reviews are my own. Just by looking at it you can tell that at least half of the name is true as this is a fairly large cigar. At a little over six inches with a variable ring gauge […]

Table 36 Fellowship Cigar Review

I received this cigar from the maker. All reviews are my own. A closed foot and a pigtail; what more could you want? The pigtail actually looks more like a fan – no, wait, it looks more like a very small guitar pick. The closed foot looks like what you would think it would look […]

La Sirena Merlion Cigar Review

The band features a… oh, that’s what a Merlion is. This is a line extension to the La Sirena (which I loved, giving it 95 points and the #2 spot on my 2011 Top 10 list) stables and is made by La Aurora. I love La Aurora cigars and I toured their factory a couple […]