Cigar Review: A strong Centurion (Don Pepin Garcia El Centurion)

Cigar Name: Don Pepin Garcia El Centurion Cigar Description: Nicaraguan/Corojo 1998 Cuban-seed filler with Corojo, again Cuban-seed, 1999 wrapper Review of the Cigar itself: The cigar band came off nicely which means they didn’t use too much glue. Cutting it and lighting it released a wonderful taste of pepper and soft spices. It actually burns […]

Keep track of cigars and smokers’ rights

This morning I took a few moments to update my cigar band book. It’s a little Moleskine Square Notebook Pocket. Basically what I do is remove the band(s) from a cigar as carefully as I can and then use my glue stick (usually the Elmer’s Purple Glue Stick since it’s easier for me to see […]

Cigar Review: Ashton VSG Tres Mystique is a nice mystery

Cigar Name: Ashton VSG Tres Mystique Cigar Description: Ecuadorian wrapper with long aged Dominican long filler Review of the Cigar itself: It lit beautiful and the first draw was flavourful without being overpowering. The ash didn’t flake like other cigars I’ve had and it held it together well. The previous Ashton VSG I had came […]