Archive for January, 2008

3 Regular Guys Review: Oliveros Silver Eagle (Size: Gold Eagle)

Friday, January 25th, 2008
We Two Regular Guys have admittedly been slacking. Let us qualify that: we’ve been extremely busy with our other job responsibilities, and have done a terrible job of smoking cigars and writing reviews. Not to worry: we’ve been smoking lots of cigars, we just haven’t blogged about any of them.A few weeks back Corona Chris gave us each an Oliveros Silver Eagle Toro. We stashed them in our desk

601 Habano Robusto by Don Pepin

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2008
With so many cigars out there, both old and new, it sometimes boggles my mind as to how manufacturers expect to differentiate new cigars with any success in such an already crowded market. I recently tried a 601 Habano robusto by Don Pepin Garcia and was enlightened a bit: You have to shoot for something [...]

Rocky Patel R4 Torpedo

Thursday, January 3rd, 2008
As a big fan of Rocky Patel, I was really looking forward to sampling it’s R4 Corojo creation. Now, I normally tend to associate Patel sticks with robust, dark and full cigars that are generally on the stronger side. The Rocky Patel R4 Torpedo is in a completely different philosophy altogether. Perhaps geared toward the [...]

Cigar World: Part 2 (Honduras)

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2008
As with the Dominican Republic, Honduras is responsible for cigar production and exporting that employs many thousands, and the quality of products made, the consistency of the unique taste is their benchmark.From the cities of Danli to San Pedro Sula cigar manufacturers such as Nestor Plasencia, the Toranos, the Eioras, to Altadis and General (now Swedish Match) all are consumed in the quality

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