Tobaccos TB Baez – Series SF

Posted by Nath Martyn on May 16, 2017 in Cigars |

In a short space of time a close friend and my brother in law both found themselves with babies on the way. Naturally, my contribution to this happy time was the traditional congratulatory cigars for the new fathers (I’ll talk later about some of the lesser known cigar/new baby traditions). I thought it was a […]

J.L. Salazar y Hermanos – Reserva Especial

Posted by Nath Martyn on April 25, 2017 in Cigars |

No matter how long delivery takes, it’s the two to three days I force myself to let new cigars settle in the humidor that I find the hardest. These Reserva Especial Robustos from J.L. Salazar y Hermanos are considered a typical handmade, box-pressed cigar made from a variety of Cuban-seed Habano leaf aged for three […]

Romeo Y Julieta – Milli Fleur Petit Corona

Posted by Nath Martyn on March 17, 2017 in Cigars |

My latest purchase, a box of the Romeo Y Julieta Milli Fleur petit coronas, arrived the other day. After a patient couple of days leaving them to rest in my humidor, they’re finally ready for a sampling. Now the manufacturer does recommend ageing for around three years, which I will do with a couple, but […]

Victor Sinclair – Connecticut Yankee

Posted by Nath Martyn on March 13, 2017 in Cigars |

It’s unfortunate case for the very best products that they miss review, usually because they are so appealing, you find yourself impatient to consume before reflection. After 24 wonderful wonderful Connecticut Yankee Churchill Cigars from Victor Sinclair, I’m finally taking the time to really think about and review the last of the box. I initially […]

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