Author: Doug Goodman

The Monday Review – 11/30/20 – El Rey del Mundo Oscuro

The Monday Review:

El Rey del Mundo Oscuro
November 30, 2020

Cigar Name: Oscuro
Company Name: El Rey del Mundo

MSRP (per stick): $6.95
Size:
6 x 54
Role Type: Robusto Larga (Toro)

Flavor Profile: Mild/Medium

OVERALL RATING: 3.0
(note all ratings out of 5.0)

Appearance Rating: 3.5
Roll/Burn Rating: 3.0
Flavor Rating: 2.5
Value Rating: 2.5

Description: The El Rey del Mundo Oscuro comes in five different sizes. This review is based around the Robuso Larga (Toro, 6 x 54), but it also comes in a Robusto (5 x 54), Rectangulare (Corona, 5.6 x 45), Robusto Suprema (Churchill, 7 x 54), and a Choix Supreme (Toro, 6.1 x 49). This cigar gets its name from its wrapper which is a Oscuro Sumatra. It also has a Honduran filler and binder after its country of origin.


This Oscuro has a very light and subtle cold draw with clear notes of hey that do not come though in the rest of the smoke. While I found this to be a very enjoyable cigar it was much more on the mild side than seemed to be advertised. It has a primary flavor profile of very earthy notes, as you go through the smoke it also picks up cashew like notes of nuttiness. This cigar is light on the spice and what spice there is tends to be more of a sweet spice. The flavor of this cigar is very consistent stick to stick and holds the flavor all the way to the end much better than many mild end cigars tend to.

The El Rey del Mundo Oscuro come with an elegant individual packaging style, with a classic red, yellow, and gold collar that is wrapped over not only the cigar but also full white tissue paper wrap. This tissue paper wrap covers the full cigar like a skin and is twisted at both ends, making this a very distinctive cigar. The cigar also has a very good construction under the paper as well. This is one cigar I have never had a bad roll with and it gives a very even burn. The draw and resiliency are both good but not anything that one would typically feel stand out enough to take note of.

Comments: El Rey del Mundo, which means “King of the World” in spanish, is one of the oldest and best respected names in the cigar industry. Created in 1848 by Emilio Ohmstedt it now is rolled in two locations, Habana Cuba and Honduras. In the 1960s and 1970s the global taste for cigars took a turn for the full bodied. This meant that the El Rey del Mundo line, long known for its subtle and complex flavor profile waned in popularity. Despite beings someone who is given to these more full bodied flavors, one of the things I respect about this line most is that they did not compromise with the times but continued to be true to the excellent product they have made for generations.

Person Reviewing: Pastor Smokey (aka. Doug Goodman)

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The Monday Review – 11/3/20 – PDR Small Batch Reserve Maduro

The Monday Review:

PDR Small Batch Reserve Maduro
November 3, 2020

Cigar Name: Small Batch Reserve (Maduro)
Company Name: Pinar Del Rio (PDR)

MSRP (per stick): $6.75
Size:
6 x 54
Role Type: Gran Toro

Flavor Profile: Medium

OVERALL RATING: 2.5
(note all ratings out of 5.0)

Appearance Rating: 2.5
Roll/Burn Rating: 3.0
Flavor Rating: 2.5
Value Rating: 2.5

Description: The PDR Small Batch Reserve (Maduro) comes in a number of rolls. This review is based on the 6 x 54 Gran Toro stick, although it also comes in a Robusto (5 x 52), Churchill (7 x 54), Double Magnum (6 x 60), Fundadores (6 x 38), and  Wicked Plug 1, 2, and 3 (4 x 60, 5 x 60, and 6 x 60). It has a Brazilian Habano Maduro Ligero wrapper, a Dominican Criollo 98 binder, and a Nicaraguan and Dominican Corojo filler. Pinar Del Rio released this cigar back in 2012 and it has been a regular part of their line-up ever since.

This cigar starts with a an odd cold draw that is a bit biting and acidic. I try not to hold a cold draw against a cigar, while it can be interesting and a nice bonus at times I personally tend to focus on the actual smoking part of a cigar. The Small Batch Reserve (Maduro) has an interesting flavor profile that while blending well, seems to present itself in layers. The first layer if a woodsy pine flavor. Layered on top of that is an orange zest flavor that gradually transforms into more of a lemon zest flavor over the life of the smoke. Finally, a top that are faint notes of butterscotch. This cigar walks the line between a refreshing smoke with just the right combo of tang and spice, and lacking a depth of flavor that can give way to bitterness for some smokers. I will say the flavor was very consistent from cigar to cigar and while I thought it flirted with being a miss at times I always enjoyed it. One last flavor note, this cigar has a flavor profile that is solidly consistent, however if you are someone that likes to smoke a stick down to an inch and a half or less this cigar will not hold up well.

The construction of the Small Batch Reserve (Maduro) is one part of the cigar that is not in question. All of the sticks I have smoked have been remarkably consistent. The draw is always the same and well within the correct range. I tend to like a draw that is a bit more open so for others this cigar may be near perfect on that score. As for the burn I have never had any problems, it seems to burn even and well, without need of relights. I have also never had any problems with splitting or unraveling with this stick. The one small flaw I have run into is that on several of the cigars the top cap layer seems to want to come loose. This does not seem to have much impact on the smoke however, since it is just the top layer and depending on the cut you use, you will be removing it anyways.

Comments: Pinar Del Rio has primarily been the work of Abraham Flores and Juan Rodriguez. They have seen the bulk of their success with the 1878 series, however the Small Batch Reserve series includes both the Maduro line that is reviewed here and the Habano line, which we will hope to review in the future. The Maduro line is still a Maduro Habano as opposed to a standard Habano so please do not let that confuse you.

The following is what Pinar Del Rio says about themselves on their website: “PDR Cigars, a boutique modern factory in Tamboril Dominican Republic. PDR hires only the most experienced rollers and it shows in the quality of every cigar. Each puro is delicately handcrafted that results in a cigar of supreme construction. The tabacco leaves used in every blend is of the highest quality and the refined finish is a testament to the attention given to every leaf that passes through the doors of the PDR Cigar factory. Our doors opened in 2004, now in its 15th year of independent operation, we are proud to present to you the jewels of La Fabrica.”

Person Reviewing: Pastor Smokey (aka. Doug Goodman)

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The Monday Review – 10/26/20 – Protocol Probable Cause Red

The Monday Review:

Protocol Probable Cause Red
October 26, 2020

Cigar Name: Probable Cause (Red)
Company Name: Protocol Cigars

MSRP (per stick): $9.89
Size:
6.5 x 48
Role Type: Churchill

Flavor Profile: Medium/Full Bodied

OVERALL RATING: 3.5
(note all ratings out of 5.0)

Appearance Rating: 4.0
Roll/Burn Rating: 2.5
Flavor Rating: 4.0
Value Rating: 3.0

Description: The Protocol Probable Cause (Red) comes in two rolls. This review is based on the 6.5 x 48 Churchill stick, although it also comes in a 7.5 x 38 Lancero. It has a Mexican San Andres Maduro wrapper, a Nicaraguan Habano binder, and a Nicaraguan long-filler. Protocol Cigars makes this cigar in Erik Espinosa’s famous La Zona factory in Esteli, Nicaragua.

This cigar is the most full flavored of Protocol’s Habano cigars and the fragrance and cold draw are reminiscent of this fact. The foundational flavor profile tends to transform over the course of the smoke, it starts slightly sweet and tangy, not unlike a teriyaki jerky and becomes more dry and woodsy towards the end. This foundational flavor supports consistent flavors of chocolate and pecans with a light pepperiness. This may seem like an odd amalgamation of flavors but they blend surprisingly well. The Probable Cause has a lavish flavor that borders on the decadent without ever stepping over the line into the excessive.

The construction of the Probable Cause is solid but persnickety. The draw is consistent from stick to stick and the draw strength is right in the sweet-spot, likewise the burn time is consistent and on par with what one expects from a Churchill of this size. On the other hand, I have learned after smoking a dozen or more of them that the Probable cause is a very unforgiving cigar. The normal storage range for a cigar is between 65% and 72% humidity. Most cigars can push this range as long as it is not for a long period of time. However, I have found with this cigar that is not the case, and in fact, the range may be even tighter than that. when the cigar pushes the top of the range it tends to burn unevenly and require frequent relights and near the bottom is quickly becomes prone to splitting and unwrapping. I have also found that the collar often sticks to the wrap meaning removing tends to damage the cigar. Don’t get me wrong, these are small complaints and when the cigar is cared for to it’s exacting standards it is remarkably consistent and well constructed.

Comments: Overall the Probable Cause is my favorite of the Protocol cigars that I have tried and I would recommend any seasoned cigar smoker give it a try at minimum, especially if you like medium to full-bodied cigars or those with a Habano flavor profile.

It so happens that a regional rep for Protocol tends to spend time at The Wight Puff, which is the local preferred lounge for the ChristianCigarSmoker guys. While this was not a consideration for this review, I do have to say I have been impressed by how the company approaches creating a quality cigar and their devotion to their craft.

The protocol Probable Cause (Red) was created by Bill Ives and Juan Cancel and made in Nicaragua as is the rest of the Protocol line.

Person Reviewing: Pastor Smokey (aka. Doug Goodman)

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ChristianCigarSmoker Podcast – Ep 1 – Ybor City

ChristianCigarSmoker Podcast
Episode 1
The ChristianCigarSmoker Guys go to Ybor City

Welcome everyone to the long over due first episode of the ChristianCigarSmoker podcast. To start off, without any further ado here is the full episode…

About this episode:

This episode is a chronicle of our ChristianCigarSmoker field trip to Ybor City near Tampa Florida. Most of our episodes will be easy to listen to in an audio only format but due to the nature of this episode and it’s content this episode is one that is designed to be watched in a video format. We hope you enjoy this look at Ybor City which has long been held by many as the cigar capital of the world.

This episode stars Pastor Smokey (Doug Goodman), El Jefe (Paul Redwine), and CigarBenjy (Ben Bolser), and we hope you enjoy it a fraction as much as the three of us did.

What is in this episode:

A Tour of the Cigar Spots in and Around Ybor: Join us as we take a quick look at all the cigar spots on the Ybor strip as well as two great lounges elsewhere in the Tampa area. For a more detailed look at some of these great lounges check out the ChristianCigarSmoker lounge reviews.

A Brief History of Ybor City: This section of the episode features a wonderful interview with our friend Steve who has been working in the cigar industry in Ybor for many years and is the current Lounge Manager at Tabanero Cigars.

El Jefe and CigarBenjy’s Tour of the Lesser Known Sites in Ybor: Join El Jefe and CigarBenjy as they check out some great spots like the famous rooster mural and Seven Eleven.

The Great Rooster Hunt: Watch as El Jefe tries to win unending cigar luck by catching and plucking a tail feather from a wild rooster on the streets of Ybor. (Disclaimer: no roosters were harmed in the filming of this episode, El Jefe is way too slow for that).

El Jefe’s Spanish Lessons: If you failed Spanish in high school this won’t help you improve on your language skills but the lessons are fun none-the-less.

Eric’s Story: Pastor Smokey recounts our time with a brand new cigar smoker in the lounges of Ybor, and how the mission of ChristianCigarSmoker (faith, fellowship, and cigars) can be a truly life-giving experience.

And Much, Much More…

Coming to the next episode:

On our next episode we are excited to sit down with Mark Hall for an exclusive interview. Mark is the author of the book The Cigar Blue Print, manager of the Wright Puff cigar lounge, licensed tobacconist, and former pastor.

Thank you for watching we hope to see you again soon!

The Monday Review – 10/5/2020 – JFR Super Toro

The Monday Review:

JFR Super Toro
October 5, 2020

 

Cigar Name: Maduro Titan
Company Name: JFR (Just for Retailers)

MSRP (per stick): $5.49
Size: 6.5×52
Role Type: Toro

Flavor Profile: Medium

OVERALL RATING: 3.5
(note all ratings out of 5.0)

Appearance Rating: 2.5
Roll/Burn Rating: 4.0
Flavor Rating 3.5
Value Rating: 4.5

Description: In the case of this Maduro, the filler and binder blend is 100% Nicaraguan tobacco. The finishing wrapper leaf is Nicaraguan Habano Maduro, making this not only a maduro cigar, but a Nicaraguan puro as well.

This cigar has a remarkably consistent construction. Clocking in at a 6.5 x 52 with a pig tail finish it has a nice open draw. This is not a cigar you will need to relight often and the burn is consistent, not given to canoeing. The one thing to watch out for with this stick is that it has a covered foot which tends to drop flakes of burning wrapper on the initial light. This usually occurs when you stop your initial draw, so just watch out.

The Super Toro does not have much front end flavor on the cold draw but leaves you with a rich milk chocolate after taste that sits on the back of your palate. That same chocolate flavor is present in the cigar early in the smoke, however, that particular flavor tends to fade out over the life of the cigar. As the chocolate fades out it gives way to the dominate flavors of aged leather, hey, and cedar. This cigar is set to provide hours of cool, intense smoke and a slow, relaxing burn. The blend of Nicaraguan binder and filler leaves, help to create a balanced, flavorful smoke.

Comments: I have to admit this is one of those cigar that I am known for among my friends. It has become a go to for me particularly when I am buying from a retailer and not online. I happen to be a fan of both Nicaraguan Maduros and low prices and this is a stick that defiantly ticks both of those boxes.

This is a cigar that is super well rounded, it is solid in just about every area, and has a nice long relaxed burn with a good draw. Between the length of the burn and the quality of the flavor the thing about the Super Toro that truly stands out it the value. You will be hard pressed to find a better, long lasting cigar for the money. If you like Nicaraguan Maduros this is certainly one you should check out when you next get the chance.

JFR stands for “Just For Retailers,” and they mean it. Look for them online will yield very limited results and a few years ago it was impossible to buy these online. They’re made by Tabacalera Tropical, and originally they were blended by none other than Jose “Don Pepin” Garcia. Or so the story goes. Pedro Martin successfully escaped the Castro regime in the early 60’s and subsequently spent almost two decades in the American tobacco industry before he entered the cigar market with Tropical Tobacco in 1978.

Person Reviewing: Pastor Smokey (aka. Doug Goodman)

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The Monday Review – 9/28/20 – Archetype Curses

The Monday Review:

Archetype Curses
September 28, 2020

Cigar Name: Curses
Company Name: Ventura Cigar Co.
Line: Archetype

MSRP (per stick): $9
Size:
5 x 50
Role Type: Robusto

Flavor Profile: Medium

OVERALL RATING: 3.0
(note all ratings out of 5.0)

Appearance Rating: 3.0
Roll/Burn Rating: 3.0
Flavor Rating: 3.5
Value Rating: 2.0

Description: The Archetype Curses is a 5 x 50 Robusto stick, it has a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper, Nicaraguan Habano binder, and a Nicaraguan filler. Ventura Cigar Co. makes this cigar in their Tabacalera Oliva de Nicaragua factory, where it has been in regular production since 2018.

This cigar has a very interesting cold draw with a nice molasses flavor to it. The flavor of the cigar during the burn is different however, the predominate flavors I tend to get for the majority of the smoke are oak, chocolate, and toasted coconut. When first lit there is none of the harsh bite that plagues some cigars, but through the first quarter of the cigar there is a building of pepper in the smoke that mellows away before the halfway point.

This stick has good and consistent construction cigar to cigar. It has a nice open and even draw, that does not require relights. I have found that it occasionally needs some evening out but not too much. It has a nice soft construction feel without being loose or flimsy.

Comments: The Curses it part of the Archetype line from Ventura Cigar and the line has three different blends. In addition to Curses there is Cloak which is a box pressed cigar with a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper, and Crystals which has Nicaraguan sun grown Habano wrapper. All three blends come in a Robusto (5 x 50) and have a Nicaraguan filler.

This cigar has tended to smoke for right around an hour and a half per stick. If you a multiple cigar per night kind of person and you tend toward medium to full bodied flavors as I do I would suggest this a great stick to start the night with. It’s mellow start and well rounded medium body make it an excellent jumping off point. If you like lighter cigars I would suggest moving this stick towards the back of your evening lineup to build to the flavor it has over time.

Person Reviewing: Pastor Smokey (aka. Doug Goodman)

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The Monday Review – 9/21/20 – AJ Fernandez Enclave

The Monday Review:

AJ Fernandez – Enclave
September 21, 2020

Cigar Name: Enclave
Company Name: AJ Fernandez

MSRP (per stick): $7.50
Size:
6.5 x 52
Role Type: Figurado

Flavor Profile: Medium

OVERALL RATING: 2.5
(note all ratings out of 5.0)

Appearance Rating: 3.5
Roll/Burn Rating: 3.0
Flavor Rating: 2.0
Value Rating: 2.0

Description: The Enclave comes in four different roles, this review uses the Figurado (6.5×52) but it also comes in a Churchill (7×52), a Robusto (5×52), and a toro (6×52). The Enclave has an Ecuadorian Habano Rosado wrapper, a Cameroon binder, and a Nicaraguan filler. It is made in the Tabacalera factory in Nicaragua.

This cigar has a very mellow cold draw without a lot of flavor. However, when the smoke begins the flavors begin to come out. The primary flavors that come to the forefront are sandalwood, graham cracker, and black pepper, with a hint of straw on the after taste. This all combines for a medium or perhaps medium to mild body.

The Enclave has an excellent look in both design and construction, as one might expect from an AJ Fernandez stick. I have found each stick to be consistent in construction and burn. The burn has been nice and even with a draw towards the open end of the spectrum. One small caution is that this stick has a tendency to smoke hot and fast unless you are deliberate about taking your time. This is most likely due to the fact it tends to be more on the open side.

Comments: The name Enclave is a nod of respect to the Native American culture and the artwork on cigar reflects this. I tend to see a lot of use of Native American imagery in the cigar industry to be tacky and pandering, but not in this case. The Enclave manages to project a feeling of dignity and respect.

Person Reviewing: Pastor Smokey (aka. Doug Goodman)

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The Monday Review – 8/31/20 – Punch Gran Puro

The Monday Review:

Punch – Gran Puro (Nicaragua)
August 31, 2020

Cigar Name: Gran Puro (Nicaragua)
Company Name: Punch

MSRP (per stick): $5.25
Size:
5.5 x 54
Role Type: Robusto

Flavor Profile: Medium

OVERALL RATING: 2.5
(note all ratings out of 5.0)

Appearance Rating: 3.0
Roll/Burn Rating: 2.0
Flavor Rating: 2.5
Value Rating: 3.0

Description: The Punch Gran Puro (Nicaragua) comes in four different sticks, Robusto (4.9×48), Robusto (5.5×54), Toro (6×54), and Churchill (7.5×54). They range in cost based on size from $5 to $6.25 per stick. This review is based primarily on the Robusto (5.5×54), however, each roll in this line is very similar and you can expect little variation from one to another. This cigar has a Connecticut Boradleaf Maduro wrapper, and a Nicaraguan filler and binder.

The Gran Puro (Nicaragua) has a good price point for what you get, so if you can get them near their MSRP price you are getting a good value with this cigar. As a general rule this cigar has a consistent reputation and getting a stick with a poor construction is rare, making this a cigar that gets the “old reliable” label from a lot of smokers. It tends to have a solid and evenly distributed burn with draw strength right in the middle of the usual range. Although it does tend to have a very stiff construction.

This cigar has a very mild cold draw, but it tends to start with a stronger flavor when first lit. This is one of those sticks that mellows as you smoke it, although the biggest change in flavor will come in the first half inch. For me the predominate flavors in the Gran Puro (Nicaragua) are caramel, pecans, and leather. It has a very small amount of spice mixed in and what spice is there is a fairly straight forward pepper. This is a cigar without any real sweet flavors except for the slightest hint of a sugary sweetness.

Comments: For me this is one of those cigars that I always enjoy but never seem to be drawn to if there is a good selection around. For me the Gran Puro (Nicaragua), like a lot of other Punch cigars or Fuentes, are the cigars I reach for when I find my self in a place with a limited selection. They are usually available in places that a lot of other gems are not. At the same time, I find that Punch and Fuente are better and more reliable than other cigar makers you typically find in a place with limited selection.

Punch will always have a special place in my heart as it was a punch cigar that served as my gateway cigar when I was a young man just getting into the premium cigar scene. I started smoking the Punch After Dinner Special and from there the cigar world started to blossom.

The flavor profile in the Gran Puro (Nicaragua) has that same distinct Punch style that can take me back. The biggest difference for me with the Gran Puro (Nicaragua) is the stiffness of the construction. I would not recommend this cigar for smokers that tend to clench while smoking like one might do with a pipe. The hard construction, particularly in the wrapper and binder, tend to render the wrapper brittle unless the cigar is conditioned at the higher end of the humidity range.

In the end if you are looking into a humidor with about 10 options available and you see a Gran Puro (Nicaragua) odds are it will be your best choice, and if you are looking into a humidor with 100 options odds are it won’t be.

Person Reviewing: Pastor Smokey (aka. Doug Goodman)

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The Monday Review – 8/24/20 – Quick Draw (Habano)

The Monday Review:

Southern Draw – Quick Draw (Habano)
August 24, 2020

Cigar Name: Quick Draw (Connecticut)
Company Name: Southern Draw

MSRP (per stick): $4.99
Size:
4.5 x 44
Role Type: Corona Gorda

Flavor Profile: Medium

OVERALL RATING: 3.5
(note all ratings out of 5.0)

Appearance Rating: 3.5
Roll/Burn Rating: 3.0
Flavor Rating: 3.5
Value Rating: 3.5

Description: The Southern Draw Quick Draw comes in three distinct blends: Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Habano. This review focuses exclusively on the Habano, for a deeper look at the other blends check out their reviews from our review library HERE. The Quick Draw (Habano) is a Corona Gorda with a rich classic coloring and a small pigtail cap. At 4.5 x 44 it is the smallest cigar made by Southern Draw, and at $4.99 per stick it is also the cheapest. For it’s small size it packs a great length of smoke, and for it’s low price it packs great flavor and quality.

The Quick Draw (Habano) has an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper, Nicaraguan binder, and a Nicaraguan and Honduran filler. Like all Southern Draw Cigars it is made in Nicaragua.

There is something about the Quick Draw (Habano) that I find profoundly comforting. That may be odd way to describe a cigar but it is something that comes to mind as I reflect on the experience of smoking it. For me smoking this cigar is like settling back into a deep, fragrant leather arm chair with a bar of slightly spiced chocolate. This makes some sense as Chocolate, leather, and a slight peppery spice are the flavors that come to the forefront of my palette.

Comments: I have to admit I am a big fan Southern Draw. The main reason I am a fan is every cigar I have ever had from them has been excellent. They ooze quality and flavor, and the construction of each stick is consistent and very solid. As a bonus this seems to be a company with deep Christian roots and a passion for doing good in this world. Some of their cigar names even sport biblical names (Jacob’s Ladder and Rose of Sharon). For more cigars with biblical names check out our article “Biblical Cigars – The Complete List”.

As for the Quick Draw line, the only real complaint I have about them is that there isn’t more of each stick. It does have a good long smoke for it’s size, but a 4.5 x 44 is a bit small for my taste. Seeing as this is Southern Draw’s starter cigar it has incredible quality, and at just under $5 good value as well. The price point is not out of this world given it’s small size, but given the quality it is hard to complain too much.

If I am looking for negatives, I would say that while still good, the draw is a bit more tight than I like. A fact that has some irony given the name of the cigar is Quick Draw! Otherwise, my only knock is that the other cigars in Southern Draws line up (at lease that I have had) are even better than this one. In the end, if you like a smaller cigar this should go on your must try list.

Reviewers Note: This review is part of the Quick Draw series, for information on the other cigars in this series check out the Pennsylvania or the Connecticut.

Person Reviewing: Pastor Smokey (aka. Doug Goodman)

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