Litto Gomez Diez Small Batch No. 4 Oscuro Cigar Review

I haven’t posted a review in a couple of weeks so I decided to do one on a cigar that I’ve been looking forward to for a while: the Litto Gomez Diez Small Batch No. 4 Oscuro. Now, of course, this doesn’t mean this is going to be a great cigar, it might, but it’s […]

Tatuaje Cojonu 2012 Habano Cigar Review

Rustic cigar with a strong box press going on. It is very oily and is not without some minor imperfections including: stretch marks, a couple small holes in the wrapper, bumps along the sides and, well, that’s it. Throw all of that negative stuff out though because, in the end, that stuff doesn’t really matter […]

Alec Bradley Prensado Short Cigar Review

I received the cigar used for this review from Cigars Direct. All reviews are my own. Wrapper: Trajes, Honduran   |   Binder: Nicaraguan   |   Filler: Trajes, Nicaraguan & Honduran   |   Box of 20: $175.00; 5 Pack: $47.00   |   Churchill   |   7″ x 48 0/3: Looks well made, slightly darker than […]

Viaje Oro Collector’s Edition 2012 Fuerza Cigar Review

This particular Viaje is a perfecto shaped cigar with a bottle nosed shaped tip. That’s a fairly unique shape nowadays and I do like the look of it. As you might guess with Viaje, this is a limited edition cigar (For more info check out Cigar Coop). But limited edition, or, as is the case […]

Tatuaje TAA 2012 Cigar Review

The other day I finished watching “Into the West“, which is one of those multi-generational miniseries that follows a family (two in this case) through the generations and, in the process, you also get to see a dramatized version of history, the “Wild West” in this case, and, based off of my watching of this […]