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Costa Rica

M.Esteli Torpedo

Naming cigars after Estelí, Nicaragua’s cigar capitol, is nothing new. Most of the time when the city’s name is used, it’s because either the tobacco...
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Atabey Sabios

There are now a dozen different sizes of Atabey, the rather expensive brand from Costa Rica. For what it’s worth, the other two brands from...
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Atabey Misticos

The market for cigars priced $20 or more is somewhat stronger than I would have expected, and at the top of the list for new...
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MBombay MQBA Torpedo

For its most recent line, MBombay focused on the uniqueness that comes with using tobaccos from a single farm, in this case, a 70-acre plot...
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Daughters of the Wind Robusto

When a cigar company adds a new size to one of its lines, it’s a pretty formulaic announcement and process. The company generally either had...
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Atabey Hechizos

When it comes to the Atabey line of cigars, it seems like there’s as much unknown about them as there is seemingly known. Nelson Alfonso—who...
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Atabey Spiritus

Earlier this year, Selected Tobacco expanded its Atabey offering by three new vitolas. One of those new vitolas is the Atabey Spiritus, a 7 1/2 x...
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Nick & Jim P.B.E.

While it does not happen very often, every once in a while a cigar release ends up with a different name than the one it...
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MBombay Classic Torpedo

Early last month, MBombay Cigars began shipping the newest vitola in its Classic line, the 6 x 50 Torpedo. However, the seemingly routine release had...
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Atabey Misticos

There aren’t a ton of people in the cigar business with a Wikipedia page. Nelson Alfonso Egüed has one and it’s well deserved. Alfonso is the...
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MBombay Gaaja Maduro Toro

When MBombay announced it was adding a maduro version of its Gaaja line, the plan was for it to come in two vitolas. However, earlier...
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