’s April Cigar of the Month Shipment Looks Good

This month’s shipment from’s COMC provides some real promise.

The “featured” cigar is the Tatuaje Havana VI, Nobles (5″ x 50). It’s a Nicaragua puro, as are a number of my favorite cigars.

The “recommended” cigars are a Nub Habano, 466 (4″ x 66) and a Rocky Patel Fusion, Torpedo (6.2″ x 52). I’ve been wanting to try a Nub. Seems like a great concept; huge ring size to provide some immediate intensity with a short length for times when you don’t have an hour for a smoke. The RP uses two premium wrappers – a Habano wrapped around an Ecuadorian Connecticut – with Nicaraguan, Honduran and Cameroon fillers. Should be good.

Finally, the two “everyday” cigars are a Gurkha Sherpa, Toro (6″ x 50) and a CAO Gold, Robusto (5″ x 50). The Sherpa actually bears the name K. Hansotia & Company; made by Gurkha as a so-called premium cigar. I did a quick check and they go for around $2 a stick, so it doesn’t sound very premium. Still, it smells great so I’ll approach with an open mind. I’ve had the CAO Gold before, and that is aptly described as a good, everyday smoke.

2 Responses to “’s April Cigar of the Month Shipment Looks Good”

  1. I’ve tried a couple of Nubs. Not a bad smoke but very big in the mouth.

  2. beer bottle label…

    That massive German beer pub Drei Kronen 1308, just up the street from Hooters, will finally hold its official opening , this Friday from 6 PM. I realize I have already plugged this place and its four floors , its rooftop garden, and its 100,000 liters…

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