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Table 36 cigar review

Submitted by David Carley on June 1, 2012 – 5:03 amNo Comment

These days the cigar world is dominated by major brands such as Rocky, Padron, and Alec Bradley. It can be hard to find those hidden gems in your local smoke shop’s humidor. From time to time you may stumble upon something you haven’t heard of before and give it a shot, but rarely are you completely impressed by the stick and go back to buy a box. When you find a cigar worth trying again, word spreads and this small name cigar reaches a wide variety of people.

The Table 36 Fellowship cigar is just that cigar. I went into Fumatore di Sigaro, a cigar lounge I am a regular at, and the owner Scott told me I had to try this. He raved about how great of a smoke it was and the awesome group of guys that were making and selling it. Of course I love to try new sticks, so I grabbed one to smoke. At the lounge I was shocked with how good it was from the start there and the complexity of this group’s first cigar run.

Table 36 is a group of gentlemen from St. Louis that share a common interest in cigars. They would get together once a month, go out to eat, and smoke. This was great until the smoking bans in St. Louis were put into place. As much as this broke up a tradition, a new one came along. They ventured into making their own cigars. To carry their old tradition into the new, they named the company Table 36, which was the table they sat at every month.

They set out to find a company to work with to make their great cigars. They were very lucky to have the men at Alec Bradley, the growers of the number one cigar of 2011, to help them out. They used some of the finest Honduran and Nicaraguan leaves you can find. The cigar has a mix of Honduran leaf from Raices and Nicaraguan leaf from the Jalapa valley as the filler. All of this wonderful filler is tied together in a Honduran Criollo 98 binder and Honduran Habano wrapper. This all pulls together the excellent blend they were looking for.

In many of my reviews I go into large detail about the flavor of the cigar, but this is one of the first that I will leave that completely up to the readers to judge. It is such a great smoke that I do not want to turn anyone one away from trying one of these. The draw on all six of them that I smoked was not too hard, nor too soft. I also normally say whether it best accompanies a beer or scotch, maybe even coffee. As for this cigar, you can drink whatever you would like with it.

I would not say this is the best cigar I have ever smoked, but being so affordable it is a great buy. I would venture to say it is one of the most well rounded cigars I have had in a long time. This is one of those hidden gems. I just had to go back for more. With time, I am sure this company will have plenty of good lines to offer. If you can get your hands on one of the Fellowship cigars from Table 36 don’t think twice; you won’t regret it. For more information on this new brand check out www.table36.com.

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