Shoot me a DM if you're interested. Both are in perfect working order... the Crux cutter has been used by me, but it's quite clean. The Viaje cutter is brand new and the case is actually pretty…Continue
Cutter conundrum... looking to get a nice cutter and I've narrowed it down to three... The Spalted Tamarind is about $20 cheaper than the other two... but I like them all... what do you guys think?…Continue
I've been cleaning out my office over the last week and found a bunch of random cigar things I have accumulated over the years. I'll post up some of the stuff that I think someone might want...…Continue
The folks over at Quesada Cigars have done a great job of making their brand synonymous with this time of year. When I think about Oktoberfest I think of malty beers and Quesada cigars. Tatuaje owns Halloween and Quesada owns Oktoberfest.
2015 was the year that Quesada introduced two limited edition Nicaraguan versions of their Oktoberfest blend. The Das Brauhaus is one of those Nicaraguan blends and it was one of my favorites last year. This year's blend is said to be the same…Continue
The Warped Maestro del Tiempo debuted at IPCPR 2016 in Las Vegas. Kyle Gellis and the folks at Warped actually had a few different releases at this year's trade show. We sat down with Kyle on Day 4 to get some insight on the new blends. Jump to the 2:03 mark for info on the Maestro del Tiempo.
When I think Nick Melillo, I think Connecticut Broadleaf. So, naturally, I was rather pumped when I heard that Foundation Cigars was introducing the Broadleaf wrapped Tabernacle at IPCPR.
The Tabernacle hit stores in early August and is available in six sizes:
The wait for a Broadleaf release from Steve Saka is finally over! The new Mi Querida from Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust is the cigar we all expected Steve to blend last year.
We caught up with Steve at the recent IPCPR trade show in Las Vegas and he was in a great mood!…