Stogie of the Week
J. Grotto Series
Wrapper: Honduras Habano Viso
Binder: Honduras Habano Seco
Filler: Honduras Habano Ligero and Viso and Nicaragua Viso
Vitola: Robusto & Toro
Size: 5 x 52 7 6 x 52
Age: 2 years
What We Have Been Smoking
The complete list of all cigars discussed in this segment can be found on the Episode 36 Stogies Page.
See Paul's List, complete with pictures, ratings and mini-reviews on his Stogie Feed.
See Tim's List, complete with pictures, ratings and mini-reviews on his Stogie Feed.
See Mark's List, complete with pictures, ratings and mini-reviews on his Stogie Feed.
Segment: How to Choose the Best Gift for The Cigar Smoker in Your Life
- Ask what he or she likes
- Don't buy cheap cigars
- Gift sets can be the way to go
- You really can't go wrong with these brands - Padron, Davidoff, Fuente
- Despite popular belief, having more than one cutter, lighter or ashtray is good
- The best gift is still something he or she can smoke
Contest: Seven pack of J. Grotto Cigars
Where did the name "Grotto" in the J. Grotto Cigars come from (hint listen to previous episodes to get the answer)?
Congrats to Michael M. who answered;
The Grotto came from when Paul invited customers back to his house one night. One of his customers said his yard looked like an Italian Grotto. Then they were joking around asking when they were going to have a "Grotto" again. Was on May 18th Episode 19"