A review of the 2014 edition of the Tatuaje Black Label Corona Gorda
Monthly Archive: April 2014
Today we’re looking at another new entry into the cigar marketplace: the Torch Habano by Veritas Cigars
The second of a two-part look at the initial releases from the Black Label Trading Company
Nosotros was a joint venture between Dion Giolito’s Illusione brand and Jonathan Drew’s Drew Estate. The concept didn’t last long, but if you look hard you might just find a few remaining sticks out there “in the wild.”
2013 was the year that saw Davidoff make what was possibly the biggest jump the company has made since they left Cuba to produce cigars in the Dominican Republic…this was the year they released a Nicaraguan pyro.
My look at the newest release from 262 Cigars.
After the EPIC, I have to say I was looking forward to seeing what Montecristo would do next. How does MONTE stack up?
The first of a two-part look at the initial releases from the Black Label Trading Company
I discovered the Candela-wrappered Fomorians from RoMaCraft arrived at the Hill Cigar Co. and picked a few up for review. Read on to find out how they fared.
Tatuaje revisits an old name and tweaks the old blend for their latest single-store exclusive, the Gran Maravilla, made for Silo Cigars in Knoxville, Tennessee.