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Last year, somewhat out of nowhere, La FlorDominicana announced that it was ready to ship the latest version of the Litto Gomez Diez Small Batch, a cigar named for the company’s founder, Litto Gomez. While there hasn’t really been an exact pattern for release, Small Batch Nos. 4, 5 and 6 all showed up late...
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SAG Imports’ Terence Reilly has confirmed that both sizes of Quesada’s Oktoberfest release will be returning in 2012. There’s currently no other info about whether there will be any changes to packaging, pricing or release type of Bavarian and/or the Über, but after selling out relatively quickly after their IPCPR 2011 launch, at the very...
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Back in April of 2011, Andre Farkas of Viaje Cigars attended an event at Tobacco Grove in Minnesota. Right before the event Charlie Minato broke the news that there would be a new cigar with a new blend and a new vitola that would be sold at the event. Here is what I said about...
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The famed Cabaiguan WCD 120 will return to W. Curtis Draper on Friday, this time known as the Cabaiguan WCD 120 REDUX. Pete Johnson is the first of four cigarmakers that have been comissioned to produce special cigars commemorating the Washington D.C. store’s 125th anniversary and has decided to remake the cigar he made for...
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It was March 11, 2011 when an 8.9-magnitude earthquake hit Japan, devastating enough on its own without being followed up by a tsunami that caused record amounts of damage and destruction. A group of online cigar media, including Japanese native Mario Takeyama of Cigar Explorer were visiting La Aurora’s facilities in the Dominican Republic shortly after the earthquake...
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So, we have a lot of different contests running this week. I can’t promise that we are going to have four different giveaways running every week, I would expect that we have contests running on a pretty regular basis at halfwheel. With that being said, it’s probably best that we introduce the standard contest rules,...
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CAO has made a lot of cigars over its relatively short history and a lot of them have been limited editions. There have been special releases for anniversaries, events, Super Bowls and plenty of other causes, but CAO’s most famous limited edition series was named for the room where cigars are aged, the escaparte. CAO’s...
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Earlier this morning, Gary Griffith of Emilio Cigars announced that Grimalkin’s new name would be La Musa by Emilio Cigars. For the past month or so it has been known that Grimalkin’s name would be changing, yet it was unclear as to what. Gary explained the reason for the change on his blog, stating: I...
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