Archive for May, 2009
La Aroma De Cuba is an old Cuban brand that was a favorite of Sir Winston Churchill. The Cuban brand has been long gone, but thanks to Ashton Cigars, La Aroma De Cuba was reintroduced in 2002. No longer made in Cuba, this cigar is made in Honduras using Cuban-seed Honduran wrapper, Honduran binder and […]
The second installment of our blind review has been long overdue. Blind reviews are great for a number of reasons, first of which being the eliminate any bias from the panel. A review like this can also be helpful when you’re trying to educate your palate by picking out different nuances that are specific to […]
I was gifted this cigar by a friend of mine on CigarWeekly.com. I love Camacho cigars, especially the Diploma so I was excited to try this. The 10th Anniversary is a celebration of the 10th anniversary of Camacho cigars and was created by Christian Eiroa. The corojo used in the 10th Anniversary editions are the […]
Created out of necessity, the Stinky ashtray is produced out of stainless steel and provides a cavernous space for the tapping of cigar ash. Please visit the Stinky Cigar website for more information, and to find out where you can purchase one of these products.
Since two thirds of the Nice Tight Ash crew is going to be at Cigar Fest this weekend, we thought we would do a little something different for the Sunday Fiver. So we bring you: The 5 things you should take to any herf. 1) Travel humidor filled with plenty of cigars to enjoy, share […]
For our May Contest we want to have a little fun and have a few laughs. All you have to do is tell us a cigar joke as a comment to this post. There is no limitation to how many jokes you can tell (in total or per day), and it lasts for the whole month of may. Just make us laugh. The three of us will pick our favorite, and the winner will receive a great prize.