Feedback from the Video Cigar Review

Some words on my first Video Cigar Review, with what I'm going to be reviewing next, and suggestions from you on what I should be reviewing.

Firstly, A Thank You

It's been a few days since I posted my first video review here on my website. I’ve been overwhelmed by some of the kind slices of feedback I have received from people who have viewed the review. Thanks to everyone who took the time out to watch the eleven or so minutes that the video review went on for, and was forgiving on the traffic / wine noise, along with the amateurish editing.

Next time, I'll pick somewhere that's a little more secluded and positioned away from a nearby road that was causing most of the background noise. However, the audio from my camera turned out better than I expected. As I was using just a Nikon Coolpix camera, I wasn't expecting any miracles when it came to audio or video quality. However, the end result was quite encouraging.

It was fun outside smoking a Cigar and drinking a glass of Red Wine while watching the cars go past. Some passersby, who looked on quizzingly while we were doing the review, actually helped me relax and not take the whole thing so seriously. There is something quite therapeutic, releasing your inhibitions and all that while doing something so public. Nice not to feel so insular for once.

So, what next?

This weekend I’ll be looking to video review another of my favourite Cigars, the Partagas D4. This Cigar has had a strong following over the last few years and is one of the fuller bodied Robustos available. Along with the video review, I’ll add tasting notes, rating system and more added.

What would you like me to review?

I have a few ideas on what I should review Cigar wise over the next couple of weeks. Based on statistics through analytics, i.e, what people search for on Google to arrive on my site, I’ll do some video reviews based on those.

If you have a suggestion regarding a Cigar you’d like me to review and comment on, please drop me an email at The Cigar in question does not have to be Cuban either. It can be Dominican, Honduran, Nicaraguan, or even Indian.

Let me know what you think!

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