The third (of 3!) review for the LEAF by Oscar cigars.
Monthly Archive: February 2014
Everybody loves a good sequel, and the Casa Miranda Chapter 2 is set to debut at IPCPR which is being held this year in Las Vegas, NV. The follow up to the original which was made in Miami at the famed El Titan de Bronze, will be made at My Father Cigars S.A in Esteli, Nicaragua.
It figures that I’d be the one who would find a cigar that is late to the party. I probably should have reviewed this sometime in the last year and a half after it was first introduced, but I don’t always like to show up when the party kicks off. I’ve been called “fashionably late” more times than I probably care to count, and this cigar is right there with me.
The second in a series of three reviews of LEAF by Oscar cigars
A few weeks ago I was contacted by Leonel Proveda, who works in Business Development for Global Premium Cigars, the company founded by Enrique Sanchez and better known as the makers of 1502 Cigars.
A short look at a recent Arturo Fuente Añejo #60.
First in a series looking at the new LEAF by Oscar line of cigars.
L’Atelier Imports started releasing cigars in 2012 as a new brand from Pete Johnson, creator of the Tatuaje lines. Pete joined up with his brother, KC, as well as industry friends, Casper Johnson and Dan Welsh…
I got a couple sample of this very special Joya de Nicaragua along with a couple items from Drew Estate late last year.
Today just about all cigar smokers know Davidoff as the premier purveyor of Dominican cigars, but up until the late 1980s they were actually known for their Cuban cigars. You see them reviewed in the “extra aged” selection of a certain lifestyle magazine from time to time. After severing relations with Cuban tobacco manufacturing, Davidoff of Geneva was formed and the brand was available to those in America. Twenty-five years later we have been graced with this limited edition cigar, of which only 3,000 boxes of 10 were produced.