The Ever Changing World

So, as I am getting more and more into this cigar review site, nature has decided not to be as kind as when I first started. St. Louis humidity is a killer, the rain makes it hard to smoke a cigar outside for a video and being engaged I never realized how much goes into a wedding. Now, I am not going anywhere so those who have the pool running, knock it off, ha-ha. What I am going to do is start including more written reviews rather than video reviews….

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My Humidor

Per request from a few viewers, I decided to do an overview of my humidor. It also worked out because this week, St. Louis decided to turn tropical – Nothing but a monsoon. Hope you enjoy the video, I will do another once I get restocked on cigars, haha. Tweet This Post

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CAO Cameroon L’Anniversaire

The CAO Cameroon L’Anniversaire is a celebratory cigar from CAO’s thirty year mile marker, 1968 to 1998. This Cigar was made in Esteli, Nicaragua containing Nicaraguan filler and binder and wrapped with a seemingly perfect African Cameroon Wrapper. This smoke was from the Hill Cigar company in St. Louis, and actually I grabbed it simply because I wanted to try a few smokes from the CAO brand. I have always liked the general flavor profile of the Cameroon wrapper and had never tried one from the CAO line, so thus,…

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1000 Views Contest! Saturday August 15th, 2009

As I get closer and closer to hitting 1000 views, I realize how lucky I really am. I have only been on the scene for less than 2 months and have not been so impressed in my entire life. The people I talk to, the companys who contact me and even fellow blog sites, everyone is about cracking a smile and enjoying themselves. One of these locations, Milo’s Tobacco Road, is a shop that is local to the St. Louis area. I went in to see what the store had…

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Upcoming Contest! – 1000 views!

First, I want to thank you all for checking out the site, I hope you enjoy. I really have not started pushing the site, every now and then I’ll tweet something or drop my name and the site really has seemed to take off. I credit 90%+ of that to Tom at www.tomscigars.com he is the one who broke me into this scene. Ripping more things off him, I am doing a give away contest once I hit 1000 views, the details will come later. Tweet This Post

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