Crowned Heads Mason Dixon Project – North. Join us as we revisit a favored cigar from the past. How are they holding up?
Unbanded cigars. This week, we’re smoking another – Number 032, to be exact. Tune in to see if we can yet again humiliate ourselves in various and sundry ways.
La Aroma de Cuba Mi Amor “Magnifico” – 6”X52; A cigar we’ve talked about at various times over the years, these run about $7.50 for singles in Tampa, and $6.75/ea by the box. San Andres Mexican wrapper grown from Cuban seed with Nicaraguan fillers & binder.
Tonight, we’re revisiting a line of cigars we’ve both enjoyed for several years now…the RoMaCraft Aquitaine. We’re smoking the Aquitaine in the Anthropology (corona gorda) vitola. Join us to see how it goes!
Not much to go on preliminarily for tonight’s Unbanded cigar. It’s a darkly complected robusto with dry-ish wrapper and little aroma…lightweight in the hand, but seemingly well constructed before clipping.
Anejados! The proverbial “Found in a warehouse” aging story come to life!
I received these Psyko 7 Maduro samples from Ventura around the time I moved to the Dominican Republic. How are they smoking these days? Let’s find out…
Join us for Half Ashed Episode 163, featuring the Cohiba Magico Maduro. I’m a bit late posting this episode, but we’re timeless :)
Willy Herrera’s first blend for the Drew Estate lineup outside his Herrera Estelí marca, the Drew Estate Undercrown Shade features an Ecuadoran Connecticut wrapper over Sumatran binder and Dominican/Nicaraguan filler mix. Tonight, we’re smoking the 6” x 52 toro, which retails somewhere around the $8.50 mark…let’s see how it goes!
Tonight’s Unbanded is a corona gorda with a lovely dark wrapper. There’s not a great deal of relief to wrapper, which is almost oil-free to the touch. Provided by Kevin H.