Our newest episode is now available where we light up a couple of cigars from Tampa to commemorate their Super Bowl win from last Sunday evening. As we give our thoughts on the game and aspects surrounding it, I smoke an American from JC Newman and Jeff smokes a barber pole from Long Ash Cigars. We also answer some very interesting listener questions in Ask the Boys, get some cigar news, give away some cigars in the Weekly Giveaway, and revisit the Put a Pin In This segment where we talk about random topics we come up with when not recording. Listen now HERE or on Apple podcasts, Spotify, Podbean, and Google Play Music. Please subscribe and leave a review!
Our newest episode is now available where we light up the Yagua by J.C. Newman and hang out for a bit. Gator goes on another Covid rant, but later we learn things… disturbing things… about him during the Ask the Boys segment. Seriously, it gets very not family friendly for a short bit. We also touch on some conspiracy theories and more. Like every Tuesday, we answer questions during the Ask the Boys segment, get another riveting review from Larry the Mute, and give away some cigars in the Weekly Giveaway. Listen now HERE or on Apple podcasts, Spotify, Podbean, and Google Play Music. Please subscribe and leave a review.
Our newest episode is now available where we discuss our tour of the J.C. Newman Factory, El Reloj, and sit down for an in-depth interview with Bobby and Eric Newman. We discuss the company’s history, the factory and its renovations, the battle against the FDA, the Cigar Family Charitable Foundation, and even an organization that provides support dogs for veterans that Bobby is very involved in called Southeastern Guide Dogs. If you enjoy premium cigars a trip to El Reloj must be added to your bucket list! Listen now HERE or on Apple podcasts, Spotify, Podbean, and Google Play Music. Please subscribe and leave a review!
In a letter sent on January 1, J.C. Newman Cigar Co. announces its celebration of its 125th anniversary…
In 1895, our grandfather/great-grandfather Julius C. (J.C.) Newman founded our family cigar business. Four generations later, J.C. Newman Cigar Co. is America’s oldest family-owned premium cigar maker. We proudly hand roll premium cigars today the same way that J.C. Newman a century ago.
While many sites and podcasts may be listing their top cigars of 2019 and restricting the list to just cigars that debuted in 2019, this list is made up of the Top Five cigars I enjoyed in 2019.
5.) Eiroa Dark 6×60 – This full-bodied cigar from Christian Eiroa at CLE Cigar Company features a Honduran Maduro wrapper, Honduran binder, and Honduran filler. With hints of earth, pepper, and a very subtle sweetness, the Eiroa Dark is a great cigar I was pleased to regularly enjoy.