Much like the Black Irish, the RoMa Craft Fomorian started off as an event only cigar. Soon after, the Fomorian became a sought after cigar for candela lovers and RoMa Craft lovers alike. When you see these on sale quickly snatch some up, because they will soon be sold out and you will be waiting months for new boxes to hit the market. I love new twists on candela cigars and this is one of my favourites. Continue reading
The original Skull and Bones Daisy Cutter was released in 2010 and is the stuff of legends. If you are one of the lucky few to have smoked one, you got on the ground floor of one of the most successful limited edition lines in the cigar industry; Viaje’s Skull and Bones series. I have had a number of the Skull and Bones series and all of the entries I have had have been excellent. Let’s see how this cigar compares to the legendary original. Continue reading
Most cigar smokers have their “go to” blend. This is a blend that no matter what the vitola, you know it will perform and be consistent. My “go to” is the Aquitaine blend by RoMa craft. The salty meaty richness is a great fit for the body and strength behind this cigar. I can grab any Aquitaine blindfolded and know I am going to have an amazing cigar experience. Continue reading
The Midnight Express is one cigar I heard a lot about. A number of bloggers and cigar media people I respect put this cigar as one of their favourite Caldwell offerings. Caldwell is a brand that I always have to try, so I spent months tracking this cigar down. After some dead ends, I finally have it and the Midnight Express is worth the wait. Continue reading
Eric “Master Sensei” from The Cigar Dojo has a knack of bringing unique exclusives to the market. In fact, some of the best cigars I have ever had have been Dojo exclusives. The Undercrown Dogma and RoMa Craft Whiskey Rebellion are two that some to mind. New FDA regulations put these small batch exclusives in some doubt, which is heartbreaking. However, if this is to be the last Dojo exclusive release, they went out with a bang. Continue reading
To me, the RoMa Craft CroMagnon Black Irish was like when people post pictures of themselves sitting in a Ferrari next to a winding road in Italy. I know that Ferraris exist in reality and that people enjoy them, but the chances of me experiencing that are slim to none. Every Facebook picture of Skip smoking one would taunt me. I tried all my weasel techniques, but to no avail. However, Skip released a small number to the public earlier this year and I am now that guy sitting in the Ferrari. Continue reading
Hi Y’all: I love doing the Cigar Jukebox podcast, but I can’t get all the cigars in the show. This is the way around this. I will put short reviews about cigars and then song lists to go with them. So, you can do your own Cigar Jukebox at home! How cool is that?!