Kafie 1901 Don Fernando Maduro Torpedo Cigar Review

I have not personally met Dr. Gaby Kafie, owner of Kafie 1901 Cigars, but I have spoken to him several times on the phone and I have to say he is all the gentlemen he seems to be on social media. The man has a true passion for cigars and love of small business.  Gaby[…]

Nestor Miranda Collection One Life Danno Connecticut Cigar Review

Every year as we approach the month of March I think more and more about my father who passed away a few years back. I imagine we all have memories of our loved ones who have passed. As I opened my humidor this past Saturday morning, the light of the rising sun spread across the[…]

R.P. Duran Neya F8 Ligero Typhoon Cigar Review

I met up with Miguel Schoedel the national sales manager for R.P. Duran cigars at an event at Don Yeyo Cigars in Dearborn, MI. Up until then I never had a R.P. Duran cigar but Miguel changed that quickly. Not only did I purchase and smoke some at the event and to bring home, but[…]

Santiago Habano 5×50 Robusto Cigar Review

Today I have the pleasure of reviewing and reporting on the Santiago Habano cigar. As the Santiago website notes: Nicaragua cigars with its brand Santiago de Los Caballeros started 5 years ago as a hobby from a great cigar aficionado and member of a group which has been involved financing the Cigar Industry in Nicaragua for[…]

Drew Estate Undercrown Shade Robusto Cigar Review

You know, I smoke many different cigars from many different manufacturers and not all cigars have to have flavor transitions every inch or so and be full of power to make my list of cigars that are enjoyable. Today I review the new Drew Estate Undercrown Shade which was presented to my by the good[…]

E.P. Carrillo Inch C-99 No.60 – Cigar Review

Do you know what an inch is? No, I am not talking about giving an inch and taking a foot. I am talking about an inch in cigar talk – that would be a 64 ring gauge. That’s right, 64 equals an inch. There is a lot of 60s out there these days and I[…]