Robusto, 5” x 50 ring gauge / MSRP $7 - 8.50, depending on size
Another of the “new guys” at this year’s Chattanooga Tweet-Up, Table 36 did just release their first line of cigars, called “Fellowship.” They said this: “No value better reflects who we are as the members of Table 36. This inaugural cigar line reflects the feeling of camaraderie that smoking cigars creates among people be they friends, family, or the newest additions to the local cigar lounge.” They worked with Alec Bradley to create the blend for this cigar and spent over a year refining the blend to get something they felt a novice could smoke, but a seasoned smoker would still get excited about. It uses fillers from Trojes, Honduras and Jalapa valley, Nicaragua; a Honduran Criollo 98 binder; and a Honduran Habano “Colorado Subido” wrapper. This initial offering from Table 36 is available “across Missouri” to begin with. This review is based on the second one I’ve smoked and both were obtained through the Tweet-Up.