The average person has 32 teeth in their mouth including their wisdom teeth. This week we will spread a little wisdom and sink our teeth, or at least place our lips around Atabey. The cigar comes to us from Selected Tobacco where it is made by Nelson Alfonso. This exquisite cigar a secret blend of tobaccos and is made in Costa Rica.
Join us as we share our thoughts on the Atabey! We will also take a look at viewer mail, go miles with Styles and make our Social Media pick of the week on this weeks episode of The AshHoles.
Join us live from Two Guys Smoke Shop in sunny Salem, New Hampshire at 4pm Eastern.
As always you can find this cigar and many of the cigars we talk about on www.2guyscigars.com
If we were opening an ice cream store, we would have enough flavors to cut the ribbon. But alas, we are a bunch of AshHoles with a cigar podcast, so we will instead cut the cap. This week we visit Aladino from JRE Tobacco.
This is a true classic cigar that channels the past when the Eiroa family was making cigars under another name. This cigar is pure Authentic Corojo grown in The Eiroa Tobacco Farm in Honduras from the original Cuban seed of Corojo. These cigars are medium strength and represent The Golden Era of cigars in Cuba from 1947-1961, with its traditional sizes, and also available in a 6.5 x 60 (Gordo) for the more contemporary smoker. The name translate to Aladdin, and this cigar is something you would wish for from a magic lamp.
Join us as we give our thoughts on the Aladino! We will also take a look at viewer mail, go miles with Styles and make our Social Media pick of the week on this weeks episode of The AshHoles.
In numerology the number 30 represents great communication skills, being super-creative and entertaining … this pretty much sums up The Ash Holes.
This week we light up the Diamond Crown Maximus, a cigar developed by JC Newman and and Carlos Fuente, JR. The cigar features Carlito’s secret blend of specially aged Dominican filler tobacco’s, combined with the special Ecuadorian tobacco wrapper exclusively sungrown on the El Bajo region of the John Oliva family’s Ecuador farm, that gives Maximus its unique, remarkably smooth, full-bodied flavor.
Join us as we give our thoughts on the Diamond Crown Maximus! We will also take a look at viewer mail, go miles with Styles and make our Social Media pick of the week on this weeks episode of The AshHoles.
During a century, between 1717 & 1817, the Spanish Crown prohibited cigar production in the Caribbean Islands & the rest of the American Colonies, and although its precious leaves continued growing on the other side of the ocean, the “puro” cigar rolling that we all know today, could only be done at the Sevilla Royal Factory, supplying an even more demanding market in the world.
But such absurd prerogative led to the rising prices of tobacco and of course the birth of the Bandolero, an intrepid figure that hid on mysterious roads with tobacco leaves & rolled in other countries, led to an excellent price and authenticity combination, dressed with the charm of what was then forbidden.
Today we light up a cigar composed of tobaccos known only by a select few has their components were passed down from generation to generation.. Join us we light up Bandolero.
Join us as we give your our in depths thoughts, share some viewer mail, go miles with Styles and make our Social Media pick of the week on this weeks episode of The AshHoles.
This week Dan "Pastor Padron" Ledwith is joined by Mr. Jonathan and special audience guest Aaron Noonan to give unfiltered thoughts on the Nicaraguan Diadema by Davidoff. We highlight @burninsticks as the Instagram pic of the week and bring our collective thoughts to bear on the AshHole of the week.
A company is nothing more than a legal entity formed to conduct business transactions. RoMa Craft Tobac it is the realization of a dream. Skip Martin has owned a retail shop, served in the Navy and has a love of cigars. His partner Mike Rosales was already established as a cigar maker when the two joined forces to start something special.
Today, on Ash Wednesday the Ash Holes light up the Neanderthal and we share our thoughts on this cigar. Will it get two thumbs up, two thumbs down or a split decision.
Join us as we give your our in depths thoughts, share some viewer mail, and make our Social Media pick of the week on this weeks episode of The AshHoles.
It’s Ash Wednesday, which means its time for The Ash Holes. This week we smoke Flor Del Valle by Warped Cigars. Made at Casa Fernandez in Nicaragua the cigar features a Nicaraguan Jalapa Corojo 99′ wrapper over a dual binder of Nicaraguan Jalapa Corojo 99′ and Criollo 98′ with a mixtures of Nicaragua tobaccos. The cigar is 100% Aganorsa tobaccos.
Join us as we give you our in depths thoughts, and make our Social Media pick of the week on this weeks episode of The AshHoles.
Episode 25 finds the show sans Oliver, so Dan (Pastor Padron) is joined by Mr. Jonathan from the Cigar Authority as The AshHoles take on The Tabernacle Toro by Foundation Cigar Co, read viwer mail, and talk about what they have been (and maybe you should be) smoking.
Dan and Oliver light up the Serino Royale Connecticut Toro for their 24th episode. @Golfer6315 and @MrsGolfer6315 were named as the Instgram pics of the week, and we look at viewer mail.
Episode 23 has Dan and guest host Mr. Jonathan from The Cigar Authority to smoke the Indian Motorcycle Toro Habano made by Debonaire Cigars. @johnniehd77 is named the Instagram pic of the week, and we dig into The Ash Hole mail bag.