Hey Fed Heads, one of our founding fathers, Alan Fonseca is in a bit of a bind. His wife just got diagnosed with stage 4 cancer, and he is doing everything in his power to help save her. He will be…Continue
***I posted this a few days ago but left it uploading on accident.***KY70 answered an ISO post I put up last week for the new Illusione and delivered in spades. He promised to send to, and of course…Continue
So I really want to try this bad boy based on all my friends recommendations. Only looking for a couple, anyone got 2 or more to trade?
Gentlemen, it is time that I move on from my time writing as a cigar reviewer and participating as a moderator on Cigar Federation, What Embargo, and Habanos Critic. Due to professional obligations, it is in my best interests to step away from the cigar industry as a reviewer, commentator, and general fan of all things wrapped in Connecticut leaf. I discussed this with Logan and Seth briefly a few weeks ago, and wanted to take the time to let you all…Continue
The Don has returned! Alan Fonseca, formerly of Ezra Zion, has come out with his own brand, the Salamanca Cigar Group. I can tell you from hanging out with him, he has been working hard on his new brand for quite some time. I have been lucky enough to sample many of his new and upcoming releases, and they have all been fantastic, with flavors appealing to all palates. For his initial release, the Salamanca Cigar Group has two brands, Joseph NicaVana, and Glandon Family. The…Continue
It seems that Lost and Found is all the rage these days, prying old cigars out of factories and rereleasing them to the public with slick marketing tactics and names that bring attention to the consumer. For instance, as I am writing this review, I have a cock in my hand. Not just any cock mind you, a Swollen Cock, one of the latest releases from Lost and Found, sent to me by Logan to give my thoughts on. Before I begin the review, I must say that the response to these releases seems to be…Continue
The new Romeo y Julieta Pirámides Añejados and Montecristo Churchill lines from Habanos SA seems to be a very polarizing release according to initial feedback. When these were announced back in December, the whole Habanos world seemed to have an opinion on whether or not the line was legitimately aged, worth the predicted retail prices, and just what exactly Habanos was thinking with a release like this. Tuna and I discussed the topic on one of our shows, and to me I felt it showed…Continue