Archive for April, 2010

Padron Family Reserve 1964 45th Anniversary Maduro Amidst showing my visiting company and continuing renovations on the house, I haven’t been left with much time to sit out on the deck to put fire to a cigar or write a review as of late. Today I decided I’ve had enough and after returning from a […]

Hot sun and cool breeze, two of my favorite combinations for a cigar on a nice spring day. My weapon of choice today, A La Flor Dominicana Double Ligero Chisel Maduro, compliments of a couple good BOTL Vitola: Chisel 6 x 54 Origin: Dominican Republic Wrapper: Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro Binder: Dominican Republic Filler: Dominican Republic […]

Tatuaje RC 184

Posted: 18th April 2010 by Shawn in Non Cuban Cigars, Tatuaje

It has been some time since my last review. After having been hindered by the rigours of home rennovation, my studies, and less than pleasing weather, I decided to welcome back free time and good weather with a cigar I’ve been eagerly awaiting to try, the Tatuaje RC 184. Why have I been excited to […]

Padron No. 6 Maduro

Posted: 13th April 2010 by Shawn in Non Cuban Cigars, Padron

It’s another beautiful day here in Southern Ontario. Unfortunately I dont have a lot of time between now and work later, so I’m settling on a smaller smoke today, a Padron 1926 no. 6 Maduro. At only 4.75×50, this Nicaraguan puro is slightly smaller than your general run of the mill robusto; nevertheless, it impreses […]

Padron 7000 Maduro

Posted: 11th April 2010 by Shawn in Non Cuban Cigars, Padron

Having tried my hand at my first review a couple of days ago with a good ol’ John Alden. Things seem to have gone well and now I’m itching to do another. It’s the first decent day of warm weather here in about a week and it looks as though I’ll have some time to […]

John Alden Circa 1953

Posted: 4th April 2010 by Shawn in Vintage

I’ve wanted to do a review for a while now but until recently I was unable to retrieve pictures from my camera. Now that I’ve got the bugs sorted out I figured what better way to celebrate my first review with a smoke that was almost as old as my parents, a 1953 John Alden. […]