Catfishbluezz's Blog – December 2014 Archive (4)

Review: Bolivar Belicosos Finos 2003

             With all the recent hoopla, I am kind of on a collecting spree, but specifically for long term aging. I plan on shifting my focus on smoking to mostly Non-Cuban cigars, other than my weekly review. I plan on aging more boxes during the coming year, so I am visiting some older favorites to determine my route. I have always been a fan of Bolivar Belicosos Finos (BBF), and picked up a fine aged example in a trade from 2003. I figured it was time to really see what time had…


Added by Catfishbluezz on December 25, 2014 at 3:46pm — No Comments

Review: Crux Classic Marble Head Toro

             If you have not noticed, Crux is really making the rounds this year and coming out of the gate as a strong new boutique company.  I have been reviewing for almost four years now, and every year as I get more engrained in the process, I find it to be rather watered down.  New companies pop up every month, and for me, it takes a lot to get me excited about a brand or new release, because so many of these boutiques taste the same or end up underwhelming.  Jared made a point to…


Added by Catfishbluezz on December 22, 2014 at 12:30am — 12 Comments

Review: Por Larrañaga Legendarios Edición Regional España 2012

            Recently I had a rather divine experience with the Por Larrañaga Encantos, which kind of threw me for a loop.  Every Por Larrañaga I had smoked prior did not settle well with me.  However, the Encantos got me intrigued on the Regional releases, and I had received a Legendarios as a gift with it from my good friend Guy in France. The Legendarios is much bigger, a double robusto that looks larger then a 50 ring gauge. The Spanish market released the size in 2012 in dress…


Added by Catfishbluezz on December 12, 2014 at 8:36am — 4 Comments

Pre-Release Review: Cubanacan HR

Anyone who knows anything about tobacco knows the Godfather of Cuban tobacco is Alejandro Robaina. Make no mistake, his impact on the world of cigars is prevalent all over the industry outside of the fabled island to this day. Now his grandson Hirochi is taking the family name one-step further, stepping outside of Cuba and releasing a cigar from Nicaragua.  Hirochi worked alongside his grandfather for 14 years, and took over the day-to-day duties of the farm when he passed away in 2010. …


Added by Catfishbluezz on December 1, 2014 at 6:00am — 21 Comments


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