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Brother of the Leaf, Filmmaker, Prophet, former Mr. South Dakota 1996. I was a bouncer on the child beauty pageant circuit until one too many juice boxes went missing and somebody had to take the fall. I was set up. Ok, I was thirsty. All that hairspray in the air dries out your throat like a motherfu... I apologize to no man. Now I host the Tuesday Night Cigar Club podcast.
  • Top 10 Cigars of 2022!

    As always, before y’all start clutching your pearls, we’re not saying these are the best cigars on the market by any means. We are simply stating that out of the cigars we smoked on the podcast and for our web reviews this year, these ten were our favorites by...
  • Episode 158 – Steve Saka interview, 3 Dunbarton cigars, The Firepit

    We’ve had some epic conversations over the years with one of our favorite people in the cigar industry, Mr. Steve Saka of Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust. And tonight is certainly no different. As usual, no subject is off limits (anal beads, donkey dicks, Angela Lansbury, etc) and we feel...
  • Cigar Review – Mi Querida Black SakaKhan by Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust

    In a recent social media post, Steve Saka of Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust explained the history behind the name of his latest creation the Mi Querida Black SakaKhan: “It was the 80’s when Chaka Khan became known as an artist and I was getting certified to Con(n) as a...
  • Cigar Review – Ricochet Oscuro toro by La Barba Cigars

    In an interesting bit of kismet, as I took my seat in The Corner Of No Hope to review tonight’s cigar, Facebook reminded me that I last reviewed a La Barba offering on this exact date back in 2017. Seriously, out of all the brands in the world, what...
  • Cigar Review – Muestra de Saka The Bewitched by Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust

    We here in The Corner Of No Hope are fans of Dunbarton’s Muestra de Saka series. So much so that the Nacatamale remains, several years later, as not only my favorite of the series but perhaps my favorite Dunbarton offering overall since the company’s inception back in 2015. So...
  • Cigar Review – Sangre Nueva by Casa Cuevas

    I’ve smoked several Casa Cuevas offerings over the years (Patrimonio & Reserva Maduro) and the resulting reviews have been positive . However, the latest brand to emerge from Casa Cuevas has a very different backstory to it… Master Blender Luis Cuevas Sr. felt it was time that his grandson...
  • Episode 157 – Phantom Of The Mall (1989), Herrera Estelí Tienda cigar, Beers

    Trick or treat! Yes, it’s the final chapter in our 8th Annual Drunken March (aka Pathetic Stumble) To Halloween! Eight years of marching to Halloween means eight long years of seeing Tut squeeze in to his glorious bright orange pumpkin t-shirt. Check him out on YouTube, the ladies love...
  • Cigar Review – White Toro by West Tampa Tobacco Company

    When I first dove in to the world of premium cigars many many moons ago, CAO was one of my early favorite go-to brands. Just thinking about my first time smoking the CAO America barberpole or the original CAO Vision gives me all sorts of nostalgic feels. CAO would...
  • Cigar Review – Knuckle Sandwich Habano Toro H by Espinosa Cigars

    Over the years, we here at The Tuesday Night Cigar Club have always spoken kindly of Guy Fieri. After all, the TNCC is far more Fieri than Bourdain and not just because we’re all still alive. By all accounts the celebrity chef is a nice, charitable dude who hasn’t...