Pre Light From the wrapper aromas…
Here we go with Something Old, Something New Album Review - Part 4. I know it's been a minute, but February was a pretty crazy month for me. No worries though, I'm back. This is the one I've been teasing for the last couple of entries. These albums are all about "vibes".
Vincent Vaughn, an American actor, producer, screenwriter, and comedian who began acting in the late 1980s, appearing in minor television roles before attaining wider recognition with the 1996 comedy-drama film Swingers
For this installment I've decided to go with INDEPENDENCE DAY. I know what you are thinking, “why did he pick that crappy movie for the prestigious NGCS magazine?”
For this review I wanted to try something new. So this past week when I visited The Churchill Fine Cigars Lounge in Phoenix, Arizona I walked through the massive and well organized humidor and found the Tatuaje Escasos E (Lancero). I took it back to my seat in their beautiful lounge, ordered my Moscow Mule and cut into this cigar using my Xikar-punch (wish they made a bronze punch to match my set of Xikar tools).
Since the Deanston virgin oak first showed up in 2008 it has been a crowd pleaser, no doubt in part to its low cost and higher than average ABV. Bottled at an appropriate 46.3% and boasting a cheap price tag of around $38 USD there’s no reason why this one isn’t a staple in every home bar.