Torano Single Region Serie Jalapa robusto

This year at IPCPR, Torano Family Cigars showed off their new branding and two new cigars.  One of those new cigars is the Single Region which will be a series of cigar showcasing certain tobacco growing regions.  The first in the series is Jalapa in which the binder and filler are composed of tobaccos only […]


Mederos Fifty 1

Today I’m smoking the new Mederos cigar. The Mederos, a joint venture from David Levy and Carlos Mederos, made it’s debut at the 2009 IPCPR Trade-show. The cigars are Nicaraguan puros and feature Corojo wrappesr that were grown in the Jalapa Valley. Since this is such a new cigar, and little Is known about it, […]


First Impressions: Perdomo Patriarch Connecticut

Here is another review of a cigar released at the 2009 IPCPR Trade Show. The Perdomo Patriarch Connecticut is an extension of a line released at the 2008 show with both a Corojo and Maduro wrapper. The Patriarch line was released as a tribute to Nicolas Perdomo Sr., who passed away in July 2004. This […]


Perdomo Habano Maduro

The Perdomo Habano was released in 2007. This blend features a blend of tobaccos from 3 different regions of Nicaragua: Condega, Jalapa and Esteli. Available in 3 different wrappers, Corojo, Maduro and Connecticut, the Habano line will fit a variety of tastes. For this review I’m featuring the Maduro version, which quickly became a regular […]