Well the long weekend is upon us and I hoping you all get in a cigar or two during it! Please don’t forget the reason for the holiday though and keep the military and their families in your prayers. We owe them all alive and deceased a great deal!
Well today I bring you the second installment of the Privada Club May box. I’ve seen and heard big things about this stick so let’s see if it passes the Stew test or not.
Wrapper: San Andres
Binder: Nicaragua Jalapa
First 3rd: Pepper, chocolate, coffee, cedar and a flowery type flavor.
2nd 3rd: Chocolate, cedar, syrup and slight pepper.
Final 3rd: Chocolate, burnt toast, cedar and cocoa.
Final Verdict: It’s a good smoke and well worth the coin for it. Will I be smoking it again, probably not even if it’s offered again on their online store. Why you ask? I just have a lot of cigars I want to try. Should you try it? Yes!
Hello, today I am bringing you the first cigar in the lineup from the Privada Cigar Club May box. This is an exclusive Cigar released only to Privada so if you want one you’ll have to head over to their site and see if they have any left for sale. Not sure if it’s for the May box only or not but I’ll leave that for you to find out.
Nothing available on its makeup at the time of this review, other than it’s made in the Dominican and it’s a lancero size.
1st 3rd: Pepper, dark chocolate, molasses, cinnamon toast crunch, chocolate brownie mix, and coffee.
2nd 3rd: Deep dark rich chocolate accompanied with chocolate brownie mix, Graham cracker, cinnamon, coffee and peanuts.
Final 3rd: Rich dark chocolate, coffee, vanilla bean, chocolate brownie mix and cinnamon.
Hello and welcome back to another cigar review. Today I am reviewing a cigar from my Standard & Twain membership pack from the month of May. Please note as in all of my Standard & Twain reviews I didn’t know the maker of this cigar till after the smoke was completed. With that said let’s get to it.
1st 3rd: Black pepper, coffee bean, burnt toast and hints of molasses.
2nd 3rd: Black pepper, honey, burnt toast and cedar.
Final 3rd: Burnt toast, caramel, and cedar.
A very nice smoke to say the least. Will I be buying it again? “No.” Why you ask, well with all the other stuff coming in I just don’t have time to smoke it again. Should you try it? “Yes.”
Hello, today I am reviewing the half cookie. This is yet another exclusive from Privada Cigars so you won’t be able to purchase it anywhere else. Let’s see if it matches up with first cookie released several months ago.
None available at the time of this review.
1st 3rd: Pepper, coffee and chocolate.
2nd 3rd: Coffee, chocolate and rich tobacco.
Final 3rd: Chocolate, cocoa and cedar.
Due to the burn issues and the cigar going out constantly, I have to say pass. Too bad too, because the flavors were right on target.
Hello, today I am reviewing a cigar from one of my most favorite cigar brands. Yes maybe that makes me bias in this review but as always I promise you they are all fair. So with that said lets see what the Epernay has to offer.
1st 3rd: Slight hints of pepper, raspberry, cinnamon toast crunch. And black licorice.
2nd 3rd; Coffee bean, charcoal, peanut, burnt toast and a woodsy type flavor though very faint.
Final 3rd: Cinnamon toast crunch, coffee bean, hints of raspberry, and wood.
Yes, it’s a nice smoke. Did I love it? “No” I didn’t? Would I buy it again? Probably not. But with that said I did enjoy my time with it.
Hello, today I am smoking one of my offerings from the April Privada Cigar Club Farm Fresh Rolled cigar packs. Now I have never heard of this cigar maker before but rest assured I’m totally excited to give it a try. So without further ado let’s get at it.
No info was available at the time of this review.
1st 3rd: Chocolate, roasted coffee, cinnamon and pepper.
2nd 3rd: Roasted coffee, chocolate and cinnamon.
Final 3rd: Chocolate, cinnamon and a Reese peanut butter ceral type flavor.
Verdict: A complete winner! Find it and smoke it you’ll thank me later!
Hello today I am reviewing the second mystery cigar from my April Standard & Twain cigar club pack. As states before at the time of the smoke I had no idea what the name was and didn’t check it until I finished my cigar. Was it good? Let’s find out.
Filler: Dominican, Peru, Nicaragua
1st 3rd: Slight pepper and earth.
2nd 3rd: Cedar and earth.
Final 3rd: Earth and cedar.
Verdict: I’m sorry to report but this cigar was a just a bust for me. Lack of flavors and just a boring smoke killed it for me. Would I buy it again “No!” Enough said.
Hello, today I am reviewing the second installment of Paul Stulac “Angel” from my Privada Cigar Club Farm Rolled pack. Truly hoping this will be as good or better than the first. I have to say I really enjoyed the first so it will be hard for this guy to beat it.
No information available at the time of this review. Just that it’s a robusto and I believe it measures 5X50.
1st 3rd: Wow just wow this baby is off to a fantastic start. Rich chocolate, pepper, coffee, cocoa powder and bread.
2nd 3rd: Pepper, chocolate, bread, wood, earth, cocoa powder hints of blackberry. And to my surprise and pleasure mint chocolate chips.
Final 3rd: Chocolate brownie, mint chocolate chip, pepper and bread.
Hello, and welcome back to yet another Stew cigar review. Today I bring you the Primordial AKA The Cookie Dough by the good folks of Zeal Cigars. Please note that I purchased these cigars with my own money and have no affiliation to them. So with that behind us I’m truly looking for a good smoke but 1st let’s find out.
Binder / Filler: Unavailable at time of review.
Price: $55.95 for a ten pack
Note: This cigar is not flavored.
1st 3rd. Slight and I mean slight hit of pepper, brown sugar caine, and yes cookie dough.
2nd 3rd: Cookie dough, coffee beans, floral, and bread.
Final 3rd: Cookie dough, brown sugar caine and peanut.
Yes I would buy these again. Though as stated previously I am not a Connecticut guy. I state “Yes” because of the flavors this stick has to offer. Add the price point and it’s a no brainer. Pair it with coffee and you have a winning combination. Want some of your own then head over to https://zealcigars.com/product/primordial-cigars-zhb-10-cigars/and tell them Stew sent you. LOL though they’ll probably ask you who the heck Stew is.