Coyaba Cigars White Label

Coyaba Cigars White Label Cigar Review – 8 Years and Growing

Last month at the Black Smoke Miami event I had the privilege of meeting Juan P ‘JP’ Nuñez, the owner of a small boutique cigar company known a Coyaba Cigars. We spent a lot of time over the 3 days I was at the event and one evening we just got to talking about his[…]

La Flor De Ynclan

Villiger La Flor De Ynclan Cigar Review – A story of friendship.

I have always said,  cigars are more than just tobacco leaf rolled and smoked. Cigars are a lifestyle, a way for people from all walks of life to bond over a common enjoyment. We like to say it’s a Fellowship of the Leaf. Cigars allow us to sit back and take the time to enjoy[…]

David P. Ehrlich Tremont

Happy New Year – Goodbye 2016

As we close out 2016 and begin 2017 here at Stogie Press, I would like to thank all our followers, especially our sponsors, for making it the best year to date. The past year was challenging for everyone in the industry, as we struggled to grasp the new FDA regulations. We have a new Presidential[…]

Villiger Cigars Toy Benefit

VILLIGER CLOSES OUT 2016 TAKING PART IN 15th ANNUAL HOLIDAY TOY DRIVE

VILLIGER CLOSES OUT 2016 TAKING PART IN 15th ANNUAL HOLIDAY TOY DRIVE TO BENEFIT THE MIAMI CHILDRENS FOUNDATION (Miami, FL) December 20, 2016—Villiger Cigars showed holiday spirit as the company partnered up with The Miami Children’s Foundation for their annual Holiday toy drive. The event took place at the historic Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables.[…]

Villiger Cigars 1888

Villiger Cigars 1888 Rough Cut Cigar Review

Villiger Cigars turns the clock back this week, with a re-blended 1888 line. The original 1888 debuted in the U.S, back in 2009, but the company has decided to sunset the old blend and freshen up the 1888 line. The blend has been significantly tweaked and the packaging has been made much bolder. The year[…]

Villiger Talanga – Rough Cut Cigar Review

Talanga, a windy, mountainous, region in the center of Honduras is the home of some unique and flavorful Connecticut shade tobacco.  It is where Villiger Cigars turned to get the wrapper leaf for their Talanga cigar, that was introduced in 2012. Still a regular production line for the 125 year old company, the Villiger Talanga is a bold[…]

San'Doro Claro

Villiger San’Doro Claro – Rough Cut Cigar Review

Today we offer the Stogie Press Rough Cut cigar review notes on the Villiger Cigars  San’Doro Claro cigar. I received samples of the San’Doro Claro from Villiger Cigars last month and would like to thank them very much for the samples. The  San’Doro Claro is described as a mellow, easy-going cigar with woody notes and a bit of spice. The San’Doro Claro[…]

Top Cigar Reviews

As we approach this years IPCPR, it is always fun to look back and see what was trending on Stogie Press as far as the Top Cigar Reviews that our readers viewed. These cigar reviews get consistent daily hits leaving me to believe, they are some of the best sought after cigars on the market. People[…]

Villiger San'Doro Colorado

Villiger San’Doro Colorado – Rough Cut Cigar Review

Today we offer the Stogie Press Rough Cut cigar review notes on the Villiger San’Doro Colorado. I received samples of this cigar from Villiger Cigars North America, Inc. I would like to thank them for the samples. The Villiger San’Doro line was introduced at the 2015 IPCPR and included three blends; Brazilian Puro Maduro, Claro and[…]

Kings Cigars Kings

Editorial – A humble Thank You from Stogie Press

  Has it been a year already since the inaugural edition of Stogie Press was released?  Looking at my calendar as I finish penning the articles for July and preparing for IPCPR 2015 I realize it is.  Well I have to say first and foremost, Thank You, to all our readers whether you have subscribed to[…]

Villiger Cuellar Connecticut Kreme – Cigar Review

It’s a beautiful Sunday morning here in Florida as I sit out on the patio firing up a Villiger Cuellar Connecticut Krēmē to enjoy with my morning coffee. I just got back from Detroit Friday night and off I go again today, but for this solitude hour, I relax with my stogie, coffee, and dog[…]