• Cigar Review – Miami Laguito No. 1 by Villiger Cigars

    So, I’m going to go ahead and get this out of the way now – I am typically not a fan of lanceros. I can’t tell you exactly why, the lancero vitola just typically doesn’t sing to me in the same way that other sizes in the same blend...
  • Cigar Review – Stillwell Star Aromatic No. 1 by Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust

    So I have never smoked a pipe. And I know absolutely nothing about the world of pipe tobacco. Seeing as how I’m about to light up a cigar blended with pipe tobacco, it’s probably wise to turn to the Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust website to formally introduce tonight’s cigar...
  • Cigar Review – Sancho Panza Extra Fuerte

    While I am certainly familiar with the brand’s name, I have never smoked a Sancho Panza cigar prior to tonight. There’s no particular reason why that is the case, there are probably hundreds of cigar lines that I just haven’t got around to smoking over the years. But when...
  • Cigar Review – Hyena by Black Works Studio

    Back in February of this year, on Episode 152 of the podcast, we reviewed the Intergalactic corona gorda from Black Works Studio and it impressed the collective hell out of us. That cigar earned a Earth-shattering 93 score and many months later it is still one of my favorite...
  • Cigar Review – Le Carême Belicoso Fino 2022 by Crowned Heads

    Way back in 2019 we reviewed the Le Carême Canonazo on Episode 94 and it blew our collective socks off. So much so that it was declared our #4 Cigar of the Year! I’ve smoked several variations of this cigar after that first stellar impression and have enjoyed them...
  • Cigar Review – Liga Privada H99 Connecticut Corojo by Drew Estate

    Prior to this evening, I smoked my one and only Liga Privada H99 Connecticut Corojo at the IPCPR trade show (now PCA) in 2018. Prerelease samples of this still highly limited blend were damn near impossible to obtain but I was able to get my grubby mits on one...
  • Cigar Review – Jacob’s Ladder Brimstone Oblivion by Southern Draw

    We have previously featured three variations of the Jacob’s Ladder cigar on the Tuesday Night Cigar Club podcast. The ballsy original blend was reviewed on Episode 63 (our #6 cigar of 2017), the surprisingly milder Brimstone on Episode 103, and finally the impressive Brimstone Un Presidente back on Episode...
  • Cigar Review – Munchies Rocky Road by Jas Sum Kral

    I have to openly admit right at the forefront of this review that I am not an ideal consumer for this line of cigars, in the sense that I would never give the Munchies Rocky Road a second glance if I came upon it on the shelf of my...
  • Cigar Review – Nica Rustica Adobe by Drew Estate

    When Drew Estate’s Nica Rustica line debuted way back in 2013 it was an immediate homerun for this reviewer. With it’s thick broadleaf wrapper and bold earthy flavor profile, I’ve easily smoked well over a hundred of the original El Brujito vitola. And speaking of El Brujito, this legendary...