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CigarMedics HumidiMeter

When you are cooking a big slab of meat in a smoker, you oftentimes measure two different temperatures. First is the conventional one, using a...
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Camacho Liberty 2020

Let’s face it, 2020 will be remembered for a lot of less than ideal happenings in our world. While a cigar certainly won’t top the...
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Patoro VA XO Extra Belicoso

Last year, Patoro brought its high-priced VA XO Salomones to the U.S. for the first time. The cigar had been sold in limited quantities in...
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New World Tins

While the general trend in cigars over recent years has been to go big, there are still cigar makers willing to go small, and in...
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Padilla Miami 8 & 11 (2020)

It has been said that “Life is a Circle,” and very few cigars represent that expression as well as the Padilla Miami 8 & 11....
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Trinidad Espiritu Robusto

Just about a month ago, I reviewed the new Romeo y Julieta Reserva Real Nicaragua Robusto, a 5 x 50 robusto using entirely Nicaraguan tobacco that...
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La Aurora TAA Exclusivo

This year has been a weird one for just about every part of the world, including the cigar industry. Like many others, the Tobacconists’ Association...
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JetLine Avalanche

As cigars have gotten bigger, so too have the lighters used to set them ablaze. While triple flame lighters have generally been the biggest you...
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GTO La Cura Pig Tail Gran Perfecto

Last month, GTO Cigars debuted its newest line during an event at Cigars & More in Birmingham, Ala. Named La Cura—which translates to The Cure...
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Falto La Pureza Lancero

Earlier this year, Falto announced that it would be releasing two new cigars to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Luis Falto’s company. Unlike just about...
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Joya Silver Toro

After releasing two different lines under its Joya family of brands—specifically, the Joya Red that debuted in 2014 and the Joya Black that was first...
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