Randy Carmichael

Cigar Review Rethink: Micallef A

Micallef, there is a lot to unpack with this brand. Full disclosure, I like the Micallef / Gomez Sanchez Family cigars, every one I have smoked I have enjoyed. I have had the chance to chat up their team at the PCA this year. If we are looking at the beginning of an end to…

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Cigar Review: United Cigars Stadium Series II

I don’t watch baseball. And did not know this was a baseball-related cigar until after a bit of research. Truthfully, James gave me these in an Oxford Cigar company bag, and they went into the humidor for a bit without even being opened. When I finally opened it, I took one look and thought, Okay,…

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Cigar Review: Le P√Ętissier from Crowned Heads

Alright, first things first; it would be weird if they weren’t, right? I am not the biggest Crowned Heads fan, but I dont avoid them either, and if I see one on the shelf I haven’t smoked in a while, I will pick one up. With that in mind, I had a conversation with the…

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Cigar Review: Tatuaje Cohetes Broadleaf (2022)

If you were unaware Cohetes, is literally translated to mean “rocket”. However, a Cohetes is not just any rocket. They are what can best be described as an exploding bottle rocket. Traditionally made and used in Nicaragua on December the 8th at dawn and noon to celebrate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception and call…

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Cigar Review: 20 Acre Farm from Drew Estate is a Solid Release with Burn Issues

I smoke a lot of Drew Estate cigars. A lot. Typically, I’ll smoke through a box of Drew Estate Undercrown Maduros each week. I throw in some other cigars throughout the week for good measure, but Drew Estate is my go-to brand when it comes to cigars. I was excited to smoke their new 20…

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