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  • Episode 120 – Miracle Beach (1992), Undercrown Sun Grown Dojo Dogma cigar, Beers

    Well folks, here’s another highly entertaining episode of The Tuesday Night Cigar Club to keep you smiling and laughing when there’s not a hell of a lot to smile or laugh about these days. We hope you have just as much fun listening and watching to tonight’s show as...
  • Cigar Review – Leather Rose by Drew Estate

    Last month, Drew Estate released the Leather Rose to all retailers nationwide. When announcing the release, they had this to say – “Uniting with her sisters Sweet Jane, Fat Bottom Betty, and Crazy Alice after spending time away robbing banks (as the folklore goes) the spicy “Leather Rose” is...
  • Episode 116 – The Food Of The Gods (1976), Year Of The Rat cigar, Beers

    THE CIGAR – YEAR OF THE RAT by DREW ESTATE Size: 5 ½ x 46 Wrapper: Connecticut Broadleaf Binder: Brazilian Filler: Nicaraguan & Honduran Price: $15.99 (head over and visit our partners over at Famous Smoke Shop where they have an amazing selection of Drew Estate Unico series cigars...
  • Episode 112 – Warriors of the Wasteland (1983), Drew Estate BOTL cigar, Beers

    If you’re wondering why my fingernails are painted hot pink the screen grab above, the answer is quite simple. I’ve been quarantined with my young daughters for over a month now and strange things are bound to happen. Yes folks, this is the new normal for now. This is...
  • Top Ten Cigars of 2019!

    Here it is, the Tuesday Night Cigar Club’s “Top Ten Cigars of 2019”! As always, we’re not saying these are the best cigars on the market by any means, we are simply saying that out of the cigars we smoked on the podcast this year these were our favorites...
  • Review – Halloween: Resurrection (2002) & Acid Kuba kuba cigar

    Like a line from that old Grateful Dead dirge, what a long, strange trip it’s been. After much waxing nostalgic, we have reached the final chapter in our Halloween retrospective. Unfortunately, that final chapter is Halloween: Resurrection. Perhaps a better title would have been Halloween: Let’s Get This Over...
  • Review – Halloween 6 (1995) & Florida Sun Grown cigar

    Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers is an interesting film, to say the least. Although the Akkad family was still involved, Halloween 6 was released by Dimension Films, and the collective powers that be had to make a crucial decision on how to proceed with the franchise following...
  • Review – Halloween II (1981) & Liga Privada T52 Corona Viva

    THE FILM – HALLOWEEN II (1981) The Doctor differs from his peers who dabble in critical reviews in at least one major way, and I am not referring to my complete lack of prestige. No, what I refer to is that I do not sit in utter disdain of...
  • Review – Halloween (1978) & Liga Privada No 9 Corona Viva

    Ah, the autumn season begins its turn. The fiery orange of sunset seems to take on an even more magical hue. Maybe your lady friend has traded in her summer shorts for jeans and a light sweater, but she is still beautiful just the same. The bourbon begins to...