cigar review

  • Cigar Review – Sfumato in C Major by Crowned Heads

    Britannica educates us that Sfumato (from Italian sfumare, “to tone down” or “to evaporate like smoke”), in painting or drawing, is the fine shading that produces soft, imperceptible transitions between colours and tones. It is used most often in connection with the work of Leonardo da Vinci and his...
  • Cigar Review – Liga Privada H99 Connecticut Corojo Phineas Gage Lancero by Drew Estate

    My personal history with the Liga Privada H99 series from Drew Estate is a long and somewhat frustrating one… so bear with me here. I smoked my first two samples of the original toro at the 2018 PCA trade show and instantly fell in love. Due to production issues...
  • Cigar Review – Intemperance EC XVIII Goodness by RoMa Craft Tobac

    Sometimes I select a cigar for review not based on “what’s new on the shelf” or “what’s everybody talking about” but, rather, I’ll choose a cigar from my personal humidor that I’ve enjoyed many times over the years but have never reviewed. These are cigars in my somewhat regular...
  • Episode 160 – Los Statos Deluxe cigar, Booze, Fire Pit, He-Man!

    Welcome to The Tuesday Night Cigar Club’s 8th Annual Puketastic Drinkathon & Drinking Some More For Some Reason Extravaganza!!! Or some shit like that. It’s special nights like this when I actually miss the 4 of us getting together in one room and clinking our pints together in revelry,...
  • Cigar Review – Villiger de Nicaragua by Villiger Cigars

    Who here likes transparency? I know that I do. More so than ever before, for several reasons, if you are interested in seeing your company’s cigar reviewed by The Tuesday Night Cigar Club hunks then you might want to contact us about submitting some samples. Over the years we...
  • Episode 159 – CAO BX3 cigar, Beers, Fire Pit, The Barbarians (1987)

    Happy New year and all that bullshit you say when you can’t think of any other way to start the episode page you’re typing up!!! No seriously, we’re glad you’re still alive and have managed somehow to find your way back to The Corner Of No Hope. I mean,...
  • Cigar Review – Long Live The Queen’s Crown by Caldwell Cigar Company

    Happy Valentine’s Day! Today’s review is dedicated to all the queens in our lives and all the shit they have to put up with. And if you’re reading this, I’m assuming you smoke a lot of cigars so these queens do indeed put up with a lot of shit....
  • Cigar Review – El Baton by J.C. Newman Cigar Company

    This budget-friendly offering from J.C. Newman has quite an interesting history behind it: El Baton is one of J.C. Newman’s vintage brands made by our founder, J.C. Newman, back in 1914. This nickel cigar was originally hand rolled in a Cleveland, Ohio factory with Cuban tobacco. Although it was...
  • 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...