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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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As with a lot of his limited edition releases, Andre Farkas of Viaje Cigars has once again released the “Samurai,” a limited edition corona gorda in the Platino blend. This is what I said about the Samurai in the review in 2010: In 2009, Viaje started the tradition of allowing two different retailers to choose a...
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Frank Herrera, owner of La Caridad del Cobre and CigarLaw.com, has rebranded his parent company as Herrera Cigars. Herrera explained the move was largely about making the brand easier to remember and pronounce. La Caridad del Cobre, the brand named after Cuba’s patron saint, will remain, but Frank believes the change in name will help to...
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It’s been about eighteen months since the Tatuaje La Vérité 2008 was released – a cigar marketed much the same way wine futures are, with a prepurchase required in order to secure the lowest price, which in this case was $20 per cigar as opposed to the full MSRP of $25. Brooks described the project when...
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Editor’s Note: It was the week of price increases. Rising energy cost and a new standard of living increase in Nicaragua were the blame for the majority of the price increases announced this past week. While no increase was that drastic, the common theme might seem a bit alarming. Anyone that thinks this will be...
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For those of you that don’t know… Back in December of 2010, I first reviewed the (then preproduction) Cain F Lancero. This is what I said over a year ago about this cigar: The interesting thing to me is how much in common, yet unlike the other Cain Fs this Lancero blend is. I always...
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January 23, 2012 (Miami, FL) — The Gran Habano – G.R. Tabacaleras Co. cigar factory located on “Calle Ocho”, 8th street, in the Little Havana district of Miami is completed and ready to roll. Focusing on the highest standard for the cigar community the factory will employ 10 Cuban rollers who will produce no more...
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In March of 2011, the Tobacconist Association of America (TAA) met for their annual trade show and meeting in Cabo San Lucas. For those unfamiliar with the TAA, here’s how the organization describes itself: Our Mission Statement: To provide an open forum of ideas, strategies, and problem solving between retail tobacconist and vendors to the...
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