Quite some time ago, Will Blicharz of Table 36 Cigars provided me the samples smoked for this review, and now that I’m back in the swing of review-writing I thought it was high time I gave some props to a cigar line I have come to enjoy quite a bit. I have reviewed one of their cigars before, and written of them during IPCPR2013.  Today, we’re looking at “The Bullet”, from Table 36 Cigars’ Peacemaker line. From their website:

“A tribute to the great westerns of Jimmy Stewart, John Wayne, and Clint Eastwood. From the exploded shaggy foot to the re-imagined Table 36 logo reminiscent of a Texas Ranger badge, The Peacemaker harkens back to the day of Railroad Towns, Saloons, and Gunslingers.
The Peacemaker joins our two existing lines, Fellowship and Integrity, and features a rich Nicaraguan wrapper and a Brazilian binder. The filler is a multi-region blend featuring diverse tobaccos from Jamastran and Azacualpa in Honduras and Jalapa in Nicaragua. While The Peacemaker steps outside our “Core Values” line, it continues in the Table 36 tradition of providing a premium boutique cigar at a great price point.
This is a rustic looking stick with an exploded shaggy foot and a toothy wrapper providing a medium strength flavor profile. The Peacemaker comes in four all new sizes: The Bullet (4 1/4 x 42), The .45 (5 1/2 x 45), Tin Star (7 x 43), and The Judge (6 x 52).”


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Comment by RobbyRas on July 12, 2014 at 11:37am

I've seen these guys on social a bit, but not much... i really dig the band

Comment by Charlie on July 12, 2014 at 3:05pm

That cigar picture on your site looked like hell. WTF happened to that smoke? EXPLODE on you? I've been missing your reviews!

Comment by The Cigarmy (Kip) on July 12, 2014 at 4:31pm

1.) That picture is actually what they look like....on purpose :).  It's just an extreme shaggy (exploded) foot.  I sort of appreciated it actually.  Seemed quite strange on the face of it, but being able to light it and play around with flavor/aromas before getting into the wrapper was a fun addition to the experience.  These were a little strong for me to be smoking day-to-day, but not bad.  I'm a total nicotine wimp, though....

2.) I've been pretty tied up.  I have a gravely ill father, and have been making a few extra trips back home to visit him as much as I can.  Secondly, my family is in the process of coordinating our international move to the Dominican Republic, becoming missionaries with Project Mañana (Brian Berman's organization that CigFed had the raffle to support last year).  We have to raise all our own support to do this, and that has been a pretty big focus right now....so if you have know any kindhearted folks who might need a tax deduction, give him our info :).  We can use every penny.....and since writing reviews costs money as my hobby, rather than provide it - it's taken a back seat.

Comment by Charlie on July 12, 2014 at 4:50pm

Oh I got you, well I fully understand that is a huge undertaking I will keep that in mind brother and see what I can do. I forgot that I saw a picture on Table 36's website showing those cigars with the shaggy foot thats pretty cool.


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