A few weeks back, I was sent an email on Facebook from David Insignares of J & D Cigars. He asked me if I would be interested in sampling some of his cigars. I had heard quite a bit about them already from the rumblings on Twitter so I was anxious to try them out. David partnered with Jorge Gil, who was born and raised in Cuba and now runs a tobacco factory in Nicaragua. Jorge oversees the production side with the factory and tobacco farms while David handles the distribution. The cigars use all Nicaraguan tobacco the factory employees several Grade 9 torcedores (cigar rollers) which is the highest level. Quite a pedigree already. So, did all the translate into quality cigars? Watch the video and find out.