Tatuaje Grand Chasseur TAA 2013 Cigar Review

TAA sounds like it might be related to the TSA but it isn’t. TAA is an acronym for something like “Tobacconist Association of America” or something like that. I’m not completely straight on what the story behind this organization is but what I do know is that every year a handful of cigar makers will […]

Tatuaje 10th Anniversary Cigar Review

From Cigar Aficionado: To commemorate [Tatuaje’s tenth anniversary], My Father Cigars is repackaging the original Tatuaje Selección de Cazador, or “brown label,” sizes in a gold foil pouch with a redesigned band and uncut foot. A new perfecto size has also been created. That’s cool, most companies, no matter in what industry, don’t make it […]

Tatuaje Cojonu 2012 Sumatra Cigar Review

During the summer last year I purchased the cigars for this review as well as some of the Tatuaje Cojonu 2012 Habano, which I liked. I’ve been looking forward to reviewing this cigar for a while and today is as good as any other. Maybe not an exquisite looking cigar, it does have a rich […]

Quesada Oktoberfest Dunkel Cigar Review

I received two of these cigars from Smoke Inn for this review; as always, all reviews are my own “Quesada” is the name of the cigar making family, “Oktoberfest” is a drunkfest celebrated by Germans (I think they are celebrating short dresses, lederhosen and beer; I’m not sure though) and “Dunkel” is German for what […]

Oliva Serie V Melanio Maduro Cigar Review

I reviewed the Oliva Serie V Melanio a little while ago and I enjoyed it. I mean, it wasn’t the best cigar I’ve ever had but it was pretty good. Better than that really. Will the wrapper change make a difference for the better… or worse? (Technically, I guess there could be a push.) With […]