This week Samantha Stogie takes a look at Macanudo cigars with a take no prisoners approach.
One of the most original ideas to hit the cigar industry comes from the mind of Jim Robinson, a cigar shop owner in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania called Leaf & Bean. The cigar gets reviewed today by Sam Stogie, as only he can. Join us each and every Sunday as Sam Stogie provides a lighter side with a quick cigar review or musical interlude. The Leaf by Oscar retails for $9.19 a stick.
This week Sam Stogie reviews a cigar as only he can. The 22N/83W stands for the Latitude and Longitude where you will find Hacienda el Corojo, a plantation that once (1930 – 1990) grew arguably the best tobacco in the world. Today, having low yield and being highly susceptible to disease that tobacco seed is not used there anymore, but the seeds still exists. 22N/83W uses authentic El Corojo seed in its entire 5-Country blend, […]
Sam Stogie each Sunday gives us his review of a cigar, as only another cigar can. This week Sam Stogie takes a look at The Edge by Rocky Patel which debuted 10 years ago this week. When this cigar first came out I remember selling through cases of them in my small 450 square foot shop in Brooklyn, NY. So much so that Rocky himself came to do an event at my little hole in […]
Sam Stogie each Sunday gives us his review of a cigar, as only another cigar can. This week Sam Stogie takes a look at Debonaire. According to the Debonaire website, “Debonaire Ultra Premium Cigars were intimately developed out of the passion to experience the perfect cigar at the hands of Philip S. Zanghi III, founder of Indian Tabac Cigar Company and Daniel Sinclair, founder of Durfort Holdings. Debonaire is the culmination of 20 years of […]