Cigar Review- Man O’ War Puro Authentico

I’m definitely in the minority when it comes to cigar size/shape preference. I’m a corona/Lonsdale guy. A 42 to 44 ring gauge just suits me, and a length between 5 and 6.5 inches allows for a long enough smoke without becoming tiresome. I’m also in the minority when it comes to strength and flavor profile. I […]

Cigar Review- Diesel Unlimited Maduro

Diesel Unlimited Maduro

If you’ve read any of my cigar reviews on Talking Tobacco, you’re probably aware that I like bold cigars. I’m the guy who lights up a Joya de Nicaragua Antaño at 7 a.m. on an empty stomach, so strong cigars don’t scare me. That said, I don’t care for power bombs. A robust cigar needs […]

5 Things The Cigar Manufacturers Don’t Want You To Know!

Too dark to be natural? It probably isn’t! Natural Maduro Wrappers
are deep brown, not black.

Some of your cigars might need some aging after purchase to achieve optimum flavors Obviously sitting on product can get expensive, and additionally, when a brand is popular there is a lot of pressure on the manufacturer’s to get them on the shelf as quickly as possible. However, sometimes tobacco needs to age for extended […]

Size Doesn’t Matter…Yeah, Right

Size does matter

Now that you’ve had a moment to shake the double-entendres out of your head because of the title of this article, please let me explain what this is about. When the hobbyist cigar smoker is looking at buying some sticks, there’s a lot to process. Strong or mild? Natural or maduro? Spicy or sweet? What’s […]