Daniel T. (a.k.a. Dalamscius) is an IT Professional from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He enjoys cigars, scuba diving, hockey, fishing, nature and anything that challenges his mind. If he's not sitting on his big comfy couch or at work you can usually find him in a boat on top of the water or 100ft under the water enjoying a dive. He is engaged to a wonderful Fiance and looking forward to his wedding. Feel free to contact Daniel anytime via email (dalamscius[at]gmail[dot]com). And make sure to follow him on twitter http://twitter.com/Dalamscius

4 Comments

  1. Danny Principe

    April 7, 2010 at 3:52 pm

    I love this cigar, but I think the larger ring gauges have more far more complexity, especially when aged.

  2. David Hall

    April 7, 2010 at 11:28 pm

    What a great review of a perfect cigar. I especially liked the back story on the brand – I have had other cigar blends by this company but never the 1926 no 35 maduro – Although it may be a bit specific to find, this one will easily be added to my radar!

  3. The Cigar Sage

    April 10, 2010 at 1:30 pm

    For whatever reason, I usually enjoy the naturals more than the maduros in this line. But, both cigars are wonderful!

  4. Tyler S

    July 19, 2013 at 11:05 pm

    Wonderful review on this fine cigar..Have paired with espresso and water (non-alcohol drinker) and both were great. Water was the perfect pair for me.

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