The Half Ashed Cigar Podcast
Tonight is a night of dueling Hirochi's. We're each smoking a different expression from the HR folks....let's see how they compare.
Roughly a 5”x44rg heavily box pressed cigar with a beautiful even colorado wrapper. Smooth veins and an even overall texture make this an absolutely gorgeous cigar with near perfect appearing construction.
Tonight, we'd planned something different but for reasons outside our control we opted to go with a Host's Choice night, wherein we select something to share and chat about....
This smoke is a legendary offering from Pete Johnson. Initially released in 2008 to commemorate a peso cigar smoked on a trip to cuba, they are said to be rustic, bold and a fashioned after a cuban cigar that is completely opposite that available for r...
Unbanded - 4-⅜”x50 by direct measurement. “Washed out”, matte brown wrapper. Very little cap. A completely different “tobacco” aroma; I can tell it’s tobacco but it doesn’t smell like cigar. Almost aromatic or cured despite being faint.
Forum member AKPreacher supplied this episode's featured cigar, the Ramon Bueso Olancho Vintage
Precious little detail as always on our Unbandeds. This one is roughly 4-¾”x(34/47; somewhat pressed ) and has a true to life pig tail
Tonight we’re smoking the Sungrown version of the Redemption line out of El Titan de Bronze in Miami. Let’s see how it goes….
Tonight we're smoking the incredibly well constructed, beautifully presented My Father LE 2010. Tune in to see how it goes...
The Asylum Ogre 7” x 70, a behemoth of a cigar featuring a Habano/Candela (Nicaragua) barber pole wrap over Nicaraguan components.