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The third of three new releases for Cuba’s Trinidad brand is due to arrive on Swiss retail shelves this week, as the Trinidad Esmeralda will join the Media Luna and Topes. The cigar is a new vitola called the Dinoras, a robusto that measure 5 3/4 inches (145mm) in length and has a 54 ring...
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Ask any cigar smoker that has been enjoying cigar smoking as a serious affair for a long enough time and the odds are the Davidoff Dom Perignon will be on that list. Cuban Davidoffs were produced from 1969 until 1991 when company founder Zino Davidoff opted to end the partnership with Cubatabaco and move production...
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This week in cigar news: Pete Johnson. Seriously, it’s a relatively quiet week with the notable exception of Tatuaje’s Pete Johnson. When you remove the Havana Cellars news, it becomes shockingly silent. After the jump, a massive La Flor Dominicana, a new Nestor Miranda, the rerelease of a few cigars, including an ultra-rare Oliva, a...
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Today we will be taking a look at a recent Tatuaje limited store release, the CMF5 (Cigar Más Fino 5), which was created for the 5th anniversary of a store in Fresno, CA called Cigar Más Fino. The Blend is quite simple it’s a Havana VI Nobles with a high priming wrapper, which means the wrapper...
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There’s an interesting story behind these. They are made for someone who named “Digger” who frequents Olde Town Tobacconist in Fredericksburg, VA, nicknamed “Digger.” He loved the DL (Double Ligero) 700, but wished that was about two inches longer. Litto made a few DL700s, that were roughly nine inches long. I tried figuring out if...
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This year will mark 15 years Smoke Inn has been in business. If you aren’t familiar with Smoke Inn you really should check them out. They have been providing the South Florida cigar community with great customer service, a knowledgeable staff and a wonderful selection since they opened up. Abe Dabenah is the owner and all you have to...
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Continuing with our Padrón week today we have a blast from the past, a Padrón 1964 Diplomatico Maduro from the late 1990s. It is unclear exactly how old this cigar is, but we sent a picture of it to Jorge Padrón, and he confirmed that its pre-2000 based on the band design, so this cigar...
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In November of 2010, a group  from BOTL.org visited Nicaragua to tour some of the factories where tobacco and cigars are produced. During their trip, Jorge Padrón of Padrón cigars handed each of them an unknown cigar to try. While not much is known about this particular cigar or blend, it is known that a there...
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