Sunday, March 28, 2010

The Casa Magna Colorado Robusto


The Casa Magna Colorado Robusto has been in my humidor for quite some time. Winter here in Michigan doesn't give me many chances to enjoy a fine stick. To top it off, a smoking ban will soon be taking effect in this wonderful peoples republic. I'll save that rant for later, I'm trying leave politics out of this blog.

Anyway, I started a bonfire in my backyard (because it is forty fricken degrees outside) Poured me a glass of the Dalwhinnie 15 year scotch, sat down and lit up this smoke.

My first impression was that this was a load on my palette, The draw was easy and there was plenty of smoke coming out. Since I was outside near a raging fire, I didn't get a good chance to catch much of the aroma, I'll know better next time.

The cigar was a pretty good, I thought it leaned slightly to the full bodied side, and was also a little surprised that it didn't burn as evenly as I thought it would, and as time went by, I had to take some strong draws to keep the smoke flowing. Perhaps that too was because I was outdoors, and there was a breeze coming though the yard.

The chocolate and spices that I experienced when I smoked it last night are still with me this morning. Overall I'd give give it a thumbs up, but since there other sticks I prefer better, I don't know when I'll try another of these again.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Cigar Friendly.us






Cool site that list places where you can enjoy a fine stick.

http://www.cigarfriendly.us/index.asp

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Why?


Why am I allowed to buy plastic crap from communist China but not allowed to enjoy a Montecristo from Cuba? Our hands off policy with Cuba needs to come to an end. In the mean time, I guess I'll just have to start sneaking Cuban cigars in from Windsor Ont.

Don't tell anyone ;)