H-Town Lancero Stogies World Class Cigars Cigar Jamboree & Wingding
Cigar Giveaway: Stogies Wingding 2.0 H-Town Lancero 6-Pack Giveaway

Win a Collection of 6 H-Town Lancero Cigars! It’s that time of year again. Football is on TV, the weather gets cooler and Stogies World Class Cigars in Houston holds its annual Big Damn Cigar Jamboree & Wingding on October 24, 2015. To celebrate, ToastedFoot and Stogies are giving away a 6-pack of H-Town Lanceros.

Crowned Heads Yellow Rose Cigar
Cigar Review: Crowned Heads Yellow Rose

Crowned Heads was the Cigar Media Association’s Brand of the Year in 2014. It’s not very hard to see why to anyone whose smoked their recent releases, and the Yellow Rose is another great cigar from the company. Following the release of Tennessee exclusive Tennessee Waltz and the Hawaii exclusive Paniolo Especiale, the Yellow Rose will be available exclusively in the State of Texas. Many at the My Father factory in Nicaragua, the Yellow Rose is an impressive cigar that is sure to be much sought after by collectors and regular smokers alike.

Nat Sherman Panamericana 2015 TAA
Cigar Review: Nat Sherman Panamericana TAA 2015

AFew cigar brands have the sense of class and timelessness that the Nat Sherman brand does, but for a long time cigars had become an afterthought to the company. Yet, when the company refocused it’s efforts on cigars (in what some call the Michael Herklots era), the results have been very impressive. The Nat Sherman Timeless, Timeless Nicaragua, Sterling and Joel Sherman 75th have all been wonderful releases with high ratings here on ToastedFoot, so when Nat Sherman announced the Panamericana as a TAA release I was looking forward to it.

Woody by Oscar Cigar
Cigar Review: Henry Clay Tattoo

Perhaps one of the most eagerly awaited cigars of 2015 is the Henry Clay Tattoo, a collaboration between Pete Johnson of Tatuaje and Altadis USA. Pete has said in the past that Henry Clay was one of his favorite brand names and his favorite Altadis product, so it only makes sense that this is the cigar brand that Johnson became involved with. While, until now, Johnson has worked almost exclusively with the Garcia family, the Henry Clay Tattoo is being made in the Dominican Republic by Altadis.

WIYH Robert Holt of Southern Draw Cigars
What's In Your Humidor?: Robert Holt of Southern Draw Cigars

Southern Draw Cigars may be a relative “newcomer” to the cigar industry, but they’ve been quickly catching on with average smokers and avid cigar enthusiasts alike. The Southern Draw Firethorn even captured a sport on our Honorable Mention List for 2014. This veteran owned cigar brand with cigars manufactured at AJ Fernandez’s factory in Nicaragua was the brainchild of Robert Holt, who I’ve been luck enough to get to know over the past two years and call a friend.

Espinosa Murcielago Cigar
Cigar Review: Espinosa Murcielago Nocturne

In 2009, Erik Espinosa and Eddie Ortega’s EO Brands started the recent Mexican San Andres trend with the release of the Don Pepín blended Murcielago. Since that time, Erik and Eddie dissolved their partner and then went on to pursue their separate projects. Although Pepîn kept the blend, Espinosa kept the name. For years, Erik has been trying to (for lack of a better way of putting it) “reverse engineer” the original blend.


Cigar Review: Tatuaje Cojonu 2012 Sumatra

Cigar: Tatuaje Cojonu 2012 Sumata Size:Box Pressed Gran Toro (6 1/2 x 52) Wrapper: Ecuadorian Sumatra Binder: Nicaraguan Filler: Nicaraguan Strength: Medium to Full Price: $13 msrp ($312 for a book of 12 Sumatra & 12 Broadleaf) Grade: 8.9 Click Here To Buy Now Pre-Light : (1.8) The Tatuaje Cojonu was first released in 2003. The Cojonu (or...

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Cigar Review: D’Crossier Imperium Class Vintage Robusto

Tony is back with another guest review – it’s always a pleasure having him join us! Size: 4 7/8×50 Wrapper: Costa Rica Binder: Equador Filler: Costa Rica/Dominican Price: Unknown I’m back for another review for my friends at Toasted Foot with another cigar I know nothing about. The only information I have is from a review done for the Torpedo...

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Cigar Review: Medici Rolobo

Today we welcome back Tony, our most regular guest contributor! He always does an outstanding job, and he will be looking at the Medici Rolobo in this review, which is a Best Cigar Prices exclusive. Size: 4.5×60 Wrapper: Honduran Binder: Honduran Filler: Honduran Price: Box of 20, $82.95 Today for Toasted Foot I am reviewing a house...

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Cigar Review: Tatuaje Cabaiguan Maduro (Guapo 46)

  Size: 5.25×50 (RX, Robusto) Wrapper: Broadleaf Maduro Binder: Nicaraguan Filler: Nicaraguan Strength: Mild Price: Box of 20, $171 Grade: 9.3 The Maduro version of the Cabaiauan line from Pete Johnson and Don Pepin Garcia features a dark Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper and Nicaraguan inners. Originally released in a small run, the Maduro, or Guapo, was...

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Cigar Review: Tatuaje La Riqueza

Size: 4 3/8×42, Petit Corona (No. 5) Wrapper: Connecticut Broadleaf Binder: Nicaraguan Filler: Nicaraguan Strength: Medium Price: Box of 25, $163 Grade: 9.2 Continuing Tatuaje Week, we have another collaboration between Pete Johnson of Tatuaje and Don Pepin and Jamie Garcia, the La Riqueza, which is interpreted the riches in Spanish. Somewhat unique for...

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