Todays cigar is the second of three cigar reviews from PD Cigars which is in Stockbridge Georgia. I once again would like to give a big shout out to “Laz” who was so wonderful to deal with in obtaining these cigars for my review “Thanks Laz.”

Ok the torpedo is 6 1/2 X 52 and looks delicious! The cigar label is an assortment of colors which includes silver, gold, green, maroon, and white which I think is a “real eye catcher!”

Cigar make up:

Wrapper: Brazilian Maduro

Binder: Dominican

Filler: Dominican, Nicaraguan, Cuban seed

Inspection of my PD Cigar:

I found this cigar in my observation to be a gem as I already stated! I found no imperfections in the construction. On the touch I did find some soft spots which I think could be corrected with some time in your humidor.

Snip and Toasting Phase: For this phase I chose my cigar scissors which went off with a bang! Again this cigar was made with love! Ok so with that finished I took the dry draw test which was awesome. Immediately I tasted pure creamy flavors of peanut butter “Yes sir, I am loving this cigar and it isn’t even lit yet!”

Toasting phase: No problems here which I accomplished with my double flame torch lighter. So with it lit let’s get to the flavors.

Once again I was smiling when I immediately tasted the rich peanut butter flavors from this baby. As you can tell from the photo above the burn line so far is perfect too. As the smoke continued the flavors of peanut butter continue with a buttery creamy taste “nice!”  The cigar continued with its flavors and added earthy woodsy flavors to the mix. This cigar is full of surprises and it will continue to keep your palate busy! I loved the combination and enjoyed it thoroughly.

Complaints: The cigar has burn issues once the first third. Lets take a look shall we:

But it corrected itself as I continued through the PD voyage! Lets take a look in the “New” Stew four photo format!

Ok so with the end coming to this cigar review I will say it up front, “You need to try this cigar!”  Final synopsis:

Price? $ 6.50 a stick “What a deal!”.

Drink of choice? Hot Java.

Smoke Time? Two-hours.

Strength? Medium.

Liked it? Yes

Recommend it? Yes

Hint? Buy it! I would house it though for a while in the humidor.

Over All?

If you are interested and you should be! Contact Laz at:

* Again I am not endorsing PD Cigars and have no affiliation to them or received any type of compensation from them for my review! The point: Just a nice smoke for the money!

Until Next Time


Published by Stew

I love politics, sports, good food, great wine, fine cigars, and good conversation.

3 thoughts on “PD CIGAR TORPEDO

  1. Not a bad way to spend the afternoon: a marvelous thunderstorm and a marvelous smoke! Good review, Stew!

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