One of the newest offerings from J&D Cigars is the Allure Habano, which comes in a Toro. I have an original Allure Torpedo in my humidor, but I have been holding on to that for almost a year now. So this will be my first J&D cigar. But, enough with the boring stuff.
I received this cigar from J&D Cigar, for which I am very appreciative, but I want to assure you that it does not affect my review. This cigar is very new and there is not any information out there, so I had no…Continue
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While at IPCPR this year we sat down with Terry and had a chat while smoking one of these T.L. Johnson Legend Reserve 63 cigars. I honestly did not smoke many of the cigars I received at the show, at the show, because I wanted to be able to enjoy them on a clean palate when I got home. Even so, the Legend Reserve 63 still made an impression. I remembered how the spice increased a bit more every third and that it was full of flavors. So, I was excited to get my hands on another one, and be…Continue
The DeSiena 312 is a cigar that was just released this year, 2013, but has been years in the making. I could go into more depth, but I am sure it will all be covered by owner Adam DeSiena tonight, 9/12/13, right here on Cigar Chat. ;) Last night I smoked the DeSiena 312 K-4 Robusto. A nice small robusto, that took me right at 1.5 hours to smoke. Pretty quick…Continue
The Jameson Cigar Co. Santos de Miami Box Press Lancero. We're off to a great start and I've only given you the name and vitola! I know the large ring gauge fade is in full swing, but you just can't beat a good lancero. The Santos de Miami is the first lancero I have ever had that was in a box press. And the edges on this Santos de Miami are very sharp, just as those on the T.L. Johnson sharp box press. The Santos de Miami is made from all Dominican grown tobaccos and is all tied up…Continue