Don Pepin Garcia Vegas Cubanas – Invictos – Robusto

This was September’s cigar pick for our monthly club.  I was excited to see that it was a Don Pepin Garcia pick this time, and one that I had not had before. I smoked 2 of them before writing this post, one Saturday afternoon, and one Sunday evening.  The first one started out a bit […] Read more »

Indian Tabac Tomahawk, Corojo

This was our cigar for the February Herf.  It was a very good smoke.  The cigar was light and I tasted hints of vanilla cream, a slight woody taste that I couldn’t really recognize, and towards the end I was tasting a touch of pepper.  The vanilla cream taste lasted through the entire cigar […] Read more »

Oliveros LTD, Gran Robusto

The Gran Robusto, a 5.5×52 stick, has a Brazilian wrapper, a Corojo binder and  a combo of Nicaraguan, Peruvian and Dominican fillers.  These cigars have been aged since 1991. The main thing I tasted in this smoke was leather.  It was a good smoke, good draw and plenty of smoke.  I didn’t taste anything besides […] Read more »

Oliveros International Churchill

January 2008 was the first month of our new Cigar Club, Stogie Ninja Society.  This month was Judge’s month and he chose a sampler pack of Oliveros cigars from Cigar International. Tonight I smoked the Oliveros International Churchill.  This smoke measures 7.0″ x 50 and it’s blend employs a mixture of 100% Cuban-seed long-fillers from […] Read more »