The T Cigar

The T Cigar Review – They Couldn’t Handle The Truth?

Continuing with a series of reviews of cigars that were crafted with the collaboration of A.J. Fernandez, today we offer a review of a magnificent creation “The T”. This cigar is the result of three renowned names in the modern cigar business; A.J. Fernandez, Matt Booth, and Robert Caldwell. The cigar was originally called “The[…]

AJ Fernandez

Why Cigar Aficionado will Choose AJ Fernandez Cigar of the Year – Editorial

Well  folks, it’s that time of the year when the cigar media start to release their top cigars of the year. As you know, StogiePress releases our Top 25 Boutique Cigar list at the stroke of midnight on December 31, but the most coveted Cigar of the Year (COTY) list is from Cigar Aficionado. If[…]

Hit and Run Cigar

Caldwell Booth Hit and Run Cigar Review – A Fine Collaboration

The phrase Hit and Run can refer to a number of things. If you are a baseball fan like me, it refers to a high risk and high reward strategy where the defending infielders are placed out of position to make a play. The term also refers to a car accident where the “at fault”[…]

Room 101 Uncle Lee Cigar Review

Last year we did a detailed review of the Room 101 Big Payback. This time we revisit Room 101 and Matt Booths latest creation, the Uncle Lee. Matt describes the Uncle Lee as: “This project is a tribute to my uncle Leroy Knouse, the man who introduced me to cigar smoking, Bob Marley’s music and[…]

Guest Cigar Review: Room 101 Ltd Conjura

Review by: Sascha  Illyvich I’d stopped off at Atlanta’s Hartsfield Jackson Airport on a layover to Dallas and made sure to pack cigars with me for the second leg of my two week trip.  One of them I had grabbed was the Room 101 Ltd Conjura (Conspiracy in Spanish) , which surprised me quite a lot. I’ve been[…]

Room 101 Big Payback Hueso “Cocksucker” – Cigar Review

Sitting here in the Gar-cave watching my NE Patriots play the Chiefs. I reached into the humidor and pulled out a Room 101 Big Payback 6×60 Hueso. In case you did not know, the word Hueso translates in Spanish to “bone”, but more important to this article, it translates to Cocksucker in the urban dictionary.[…]