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 […]

Joya de Nicaragua Antaño 1970 Cigar Review

I’ve reviewed a few lanceros lately so I figured that I might as well do another. But before I get on with the review I would like to say a little about trying different vitolas. So, here it goes. Try different vitolas and you might be surprised in a good way. The more you know. […]

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 […]