7-20-4 Cigar Review

I received this cigar from the manufacturer, Kurt Kendall; as always, all review are my own. I am reviewing the lancero – the thin and relatively long parejo – and it has had probably about a year’s worth of aging in my humidor. This lancero looks well constructed with some superficial veins and a decent […]

Jaime Garcia Reserva Especial Cigar Review

Every once in a while there is a cigar that is just so good I do not want to do a review on it because doing a review makes it a little too much like work. But, eventually, I will do a review on the cigar because it is my fiduciary obligation to do so. […]

Tatuaje Avion 11 Cigar Review

The Tatuaje Avion 11 is a perfecto shaped cigar, which means it’s tapered on both ends. Chances are if you are looking for the Tatuaje Avion 11 in a search and happened upon this review you already know that, but I just wanted to make sure. As the special edition Tatuaje Fausto for 2011, this […]

Black Pedro Cigar Review

I received samples from Felipe Gregorio; all reviews are my own. Is this cigar somehow related to the Pedro from Napoleon Dynamite? But the Pedro in that movie wasn’t black so I’m guessing that there’s something else going on here, maybe a comment from someone in the know would help elucidate the etymology of this […]

Camacho Diploma Corojo Cigar Review

With just a quick glance it is fairly evident that this is not one of the best looking cigars ever made. It is dotted with a couple of pinprick-sized holes, a number of bumps that runs from foot to cap and a number of veins mixed in as well. There is not much oil covering […]