James and Coleman are back at it. Honor Amongst Thieves, what a great name. The reality is there is no such thing. I suppose that is what makes it a cool name because it would be nice if there was such a thing. The name reminds me of one of my favorite quirky movies called “Welcome To Collingwood”. If you haven’t seen it, try watching it. It’s not a popular movie, but I love it because it embodies the idea of honor amongst thieves. They don’t make movies like that anymore and they certainly don’t make cigars like this. It’s a Brazilian Cubra maduro wrapper, a binder of undisclosed origin, and a filler of Nicaraguan ligero, piloto ligero and corojo ligero, Dominican ligero and Pennsylvania broadleaf. It’s a dark, deep Brazilian style Maduro with an affinity for dark stone fruits and smoky goodness. When you grow up in big cities like Pittsburgh and Los Angeles you grow a love for the cinematic bad guys and the street legends that lack education and work ethic but have a hope and a dream along with the will to do what it takes to claim their fortune. Even us good guys have found ourselves rooting for the bad guy here and there. What I believe is going on with this blend is a rare mix of tobaccos that may not have fit in other cigars but in the expert hands of the blender and rollers, it came together and became a truly unique thing of its own.