Big Papi Cigar and Swag Giveaway

Big Papi – David Ortiz– Number 34, may have retired from  baseball but he will forever be revered as one of the best players in the game. In celebration of David’s career and to kickoff this weekend’s Red Sox – Yankees series, Stogie Press is starting a sweepstakes that can score you some big wins.[…]

David (Big Papi) Ortiz

Big Papi (David Ortiz) to Attend the 85th Annual IPCPR

The year was 1981, and a young man from NYC  walked into Boston, MA to start an engineering career. That man was yours truly, Boston Jimmie. Within the first couple of weeks, I was invited by my new-found friends to a baseball game at Fenway Park. Of course I was a young Yankee fan, but[…]

Excatus Maduro

Exactus Maduro Cigar Review

Last year I had the great pleasure of visiting Tabacalera El Artista S.R.L in the Dominican Republic. I was able to walk the fields and processing facilities while meeting with the Radhames family and see everything from seed to palate. El Artista is a full service cigar manufacturer that produces a number of boutique blends for the market.They[…]

Puro Ambar Legacy

Puro Ambar Legacy by Exactus Cigar Review

Exactus Cigars is a trademarked name of Tabacalera El Artista, a 60-year-old icon in Santiago, Dominican Republic. The original Exactus hit the market around 2013 and was followed up with the Puro Ambar line a year later. Today I offer you a review of the Puro Ambar Legacy. The name Puro Ambar comes from the rich history of[…]

David (Big Papi) Ortiz

DAVID ORTIZ MAKES HIS FIRST “BIG PAPI” CIGAR EVENT APPEARANCE

The 2016 MLB season has come to end and with it came the retirement of one of the most beloved and iconic players of the 21st century. David (Big Papi) Ortiz . Seen as the greatest player to wear a Rex Sox uniform, the legacy of Big Papi will endure forever. He has a bridge[…]

Big Papi Cigar by David Ortiz

El Artista Big Papi Cigar by David Ortiz Review

My Introduction to the Red Sox and Big Papi The year was 1981, and I just graduated college and moved to the Boston area for my first job. I arrived sporting a Yankee hat and left wearing a Red Sox cap, a short 3 years later in 1984. To the great dismay of my NY friends[…]