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La Perla Habana Review

Friday, September 19, 2014 5:01:44 PM America/New_York

La Perla Habana

La Perla Habana Classic is a cigar that brings to mind the golden age of Cuba.  I must admit I’m fascinated by Cuba.  Here you have a country that from the start was taken advantage of.  For hundreds of years the Spanish were in control of it, using it for their sugar concerns it was fought over time and again.  At one point, the Cuban people longing to be free of their Old World oppressors, they staged a revolution that caught the attention of their freedom loving neighbors to the north.  At the time, in America, the War for Independence was only some one hundred and twenty years past and the American Civil War was only thirty years past.  Americans felt a kinship with their brothers and sisters in Cuba fighting to be free of a ruler they felt trampled their rights.  So we got involved and the average American fighting in Cuba didn’t care about sugar plantations or business concerns, only to help free a people who felt they ought to be in charge of their own destinies. 

The problem was that America at the time was a growing country in the middle of a time...


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Posted in Cigars Cigar Reviews By Aaron Stine

Punch Rothschild Review

Monday, September 15, 2014 5:09:49 PM America/New_York

Punch Rothschild

Before you look at the price of this stogie compared to some of the other Punch cigars we have reviewed and begin to think the quality drops like the price, think again. In the beginning of my endeavor with cigars, the first Punch product that I took a swing at was the tiny Rothschild. I was blown away.

Let’s get straight to the nitty-gritty of this smoke. The Punch Rothschild provides the smoker with a smooth experience that hides a little spice in the background. I’ve personally found...

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Posted in Cigars Cigar Reviews By The Stick Stickler

Quesada Tributo Julio Review

Friday, September 12, 2014 4:40:00 PM America/New_York

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The Quesada Tributo line of cigars received a 90 rating.  Not many cigars break that number.  That alone should be enough to catch your eye and make you want to try this cigar.  Of course, if you dig a little deeper and get into the circumstances behind the creation of this cigar you may be even more inclined to try it that is if you have a sentimental streak like me.  The Tributo line of cigars comes in three different sizes, each one named for a member of the Quesada family that was tragically killed in a plane crash in 2002.  It doesn’t hurt that the Quesada Tributo line boasts a wrapper that blends four different wrapper varieties together to form the unique wrapper that is one of the more standout aspects of the Tributo.

The wrapper color on the Tributo appears at first glance to be a milk chocolate color, but after examining it and turning it in the light, it almost appeared to have a rosy hue about it.  The wrapper boasted a lot of good size veins and no visible seam.  There also wasn’t a blemish to be found.  I also couldn’t find any soft spots in the cigar.  It’s packed tight with plenty of legero tobacco.  The double bands on the Tributo certainly compliment the look of the wrapper with this cigar.  The first band is around the foot of the cigar and is an eye pleasing greenish yellow with a reddish brown and gold border.  Written on the band is the word Tributo flanked by some fancy scroll work...

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Posted in Cigars Cigar Reviews By Aaron Stine

Perdomo Nick’s Stick Toro Connecticut

Monday, September 8, 2014 10:38:22 AM America/New_York

Name: Perdomo Nick’s Stick Toro Connecticut
Strength: mild-medium
Wrapper: natural
Origin: Nicaragua
Filler: Nicaraguan
Length: 5.5
Ring Gauge: 54
Price: $4.50 (@ Stogieboys)

Nick’s Stick… what can I say? When I first found Perdomo cigars, this was the cigar I initially tried and found the interest in going further with the brand. It’s not the most diverse and dimensional cigar that they have, but it provides insight into how solidified Perdomo is as a premier cigar brand. The band is of fairly simple and to the point design. A white background is joined with “Nick’s Stick”, the “I” in the form of a fat stogie with thick smoke coming from the...

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Posted in Cigars Cigar Reviews By The Stick Stickler

Perdomo Slow-Aged Lot 826 Glorioso

Thursday, September 4, 2014 10:34:09 AM America/New_York

Name: Perdomo Slow-Aged Lot 826 Glorioso
Strength: mild
Wrapper: natural connnecticut
Origin: Nicaragua
Filler: Nicaraguan
Length: 6
Ring Gauge: 52
Price: $3.54 (@ Stogieboys)

Before we get into the nitty-gritty of the Slow-Aged Lot 826, let’s take a look at what the “Slow-Aged” means; for those out there that think it simply means the tobacco is aged. Premium cigars that consist of slow-aged tobacco are filled with a grouping of four superb tobaccos to really improve and boost the flavors of quality smokes. In laymen terms, this is an amazing stogie that is also part of the StogieBoys Perdomo Sampler...

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Posted in Cigars Cigar Reviews By The Stick Stickler

CAO Concert Roadie

Thursday, August 28, 2014 10:41:03 AM America/New_York

Basic Cigar Info:

Name:  CAO Concert Roadie
Strength:  Medium - Full
Wrapper:  Rosado
Origin:  Nicaragua/Honduras
Shape:  Roadie
Filler:  Nicaraguan/Honduran
Length:  5.5
Ring Gauge:  54
Price:  $6.75 (@ Stogieboys)

I listen to a lot of different music.  One of the genres I’m most fond of is Bluegrass.  One of the important aspects of bluegrass, well any music, is harmony.  Whether it’s in the singers voices or the way the instruments come together it’s harmony that matters.  That’s what the folks at CAO set out to accomplish with the CAO Concert series of cigars - harmony.  CAO developed the Concert series as a tribute to their roots in Nashville – “Music City”; they set out to create a cigar that was in perfect harmony. 

The CAO Concert Roadie has a nice dark brown Rosado wrapper from Ecuador with a visible seam and lots of gnarly veins.  The Roadie is packed...

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Posted in Cigars Cigar Reviews By The Cigar Don

Cuban Bullet 2.0 Toro Maduro

Thursday, August 21, 2014 10:45:11 AM America/New_York

Name: Cuban Bullet 2.0 Toro Maduro
Strength: medium-full
Wrapper: maduro
Origin: Nicaragua
Filler: Nicaraguan
Length: 6.0
Ring Gauge: 50
Price: $4.00 (@ Stogieboys)

The Cuban Bullet by Perdomo may not appear as upscale and fancy as some of its cohorts, but it is undoubtedly another of the fine sticks included in the StogieBoys.com premier Perdomo Sampler ($21.95). This stick is the perfect example of “don’t judge a book by its cover”. The band is tri-color with “Cuban Bullet” in red with a large crosshair in the background. Typically, a band like this shows up on lower-end cigars that try to appeal to the man in us. This case is a little different.

With the bullet between the fingers, what feels like fine hairs on the wrapper tickle at you while admiring the lightly oiled maduro wrapper with many prominent...

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Posted in Cigars Cigar Reviews By The Stick Stickler

Tabak Especial Corona Dulce Review

Friday, August 15, 2014 2:15:00 PM America/New_York

Basic Cigar Info: 

Name:  Tabak Especial Corona Dulce
Strength:  Medium
Wrapper:  Natural
Origin:  Nicaragua
Shape:  Corona
Filler:  Nicaraguan
Length:  4.2
Ring Gauge:  46
Price:  $6.50

Drew Estate has put a lot of time and effort into blending the perfect coffee infused cigar.  To tell the truth they just might have pulled it off.  Their Tabak Especial line is the culmination of more than five years of work, blending the finest tobacco fillers and coffee from Nicaragua into a really good cigar.  The Dulce, Spanish for sweet, is a nice medium cigar that’s sure to please even the staunchest cigar smoker who stands against flavored cigars.

Tabak Especial...

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Posted in Cigars Cigar Reviews By The Cigar Don

Perdomo Lot 23 Maduro Robusto Review

Monday, August 11, 2014 5:34:38 PM America/New_York

Name: Perdomo Lot 23 Maduro Robusto
Strength: medium-full
Wrapper: maduro
Origin: Nicaragua
Filler: Nicaraguan
Length: 5.0
Ring Gauge: 50
Price: $5.00 (@ Stogieboys)

Today we have another cigar that is included in the StogieBoys.com premier Perdomo Sampler ($21.95). When I laid my eyes on this stick I decided that I should go down to the nearest park and place myself out among the woods. The earth-tone colors of the band on this cigar just made it seem right. The band portrays a sketching of palm trees surrounding what seems to be an old-fashioned cigar warehouse, setting the mood for the smoke.

 

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Posted in Cigars Cigar Reviews By The Stick Stickler

Perdomo Reserve 10th Champagne Figurado Review

Wednesday, August 6, 2014 5:28:51 PM America/New_York

Name: Perdomo Reserve 10th Champagne Figurado
Strength: mild
Wrapper: natural
Origin: Nicaragua
Filler: Nicaraguan
Length: 4.7
Ring Gauge: 56
Price: $5.50 (@ Stogieboys)

If you don’t know much about the Perdomo brand, it would be a great idea to visit their website and learn about the struggles that Silvio Perdomo and his son Nick Perdomo Sr. went through in order to bring such quality cigars to our close knit community.

 

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Posted in Cigars Cigar Reviews By The Stick Stickler

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