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The Consensus is back and with more lists than last year. In 2018, there were 28 lists contributed 397 cigars. This year, those numbers increased to 514 cigars from 47 lists from 39 publications. It’s a good sign in a lot of ways, particularly for The Consensus. However, The Consensus has less of a consensus than in year’s past....
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Not only do I remember smoking my first La Colmena Unico Especial, I actually remembering buying the jar in Wichita, Kan. It was a bit more than five years ago, Warped had just resumed as a cigar company and it had announced its second release: La Colmena. The blend uses an Ecuadorian desflorada wrapper over...
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I could refer to a lot of points of the year as "the calm before the storm." But, for the month of May that will be the motto. Slowly over the course of the next few weeks details will begin to emerge about the newest releases for the 2011 IPCPR show in Las Vegas,
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Today is the story of two very different Lanceros born from the same mother, in the same factory and conceived around the same time. One has been smoked by a few individuals and seems destined to be the next regular production sensation from Drew Estate. The other? Like many Lanceros made in ultra small quantities,...
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The narrative we tell today is one of two very different cigars, both born in the Drew Estate factory and both inspired by the Dirty Rat. While almost no one has heard of the Liga Privada EV-10, the L40 is a cigar that's generated quite a bit of buzz. And unlike the EV-10, the L40...
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For the longest time el niño diablo avoided Facebook or at least using it. TheCigarFeed needs some more fans on Facebook and since we all know the only way to get new fans is giving things away, that’s what we are doing. Pretty simple, “Like” TheCigarFeed on Facebook and be eligible for a “five-pack.” It’s...
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It has been a while (i.e. 9 months) since our last Redux Review (of the Coronado Maduro, smoked while I was in Mexico), and I thought I would bring another installment to this series… This time, I wanted to do a Redux Review on one of the first cigars I reviewed after starting the blog...
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I switched around when this review would be published for a few reasons, mainly due to the fact I wasn’t happy with how the pictures turned out to do some lighting issues. As such, I published the Pinar Del Río review in place of this. I’ve just finished smoking another Davidoff Millenium Lancero, this one...
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Early last year Pete Johnson of Tatuaje announced that he would be releasing two new lines in the following year, one being Fausto and the other being La Casita Criolla. The basis for the blend comes from Johnson’s love for Connecticut broadleaf and more specifically his love for the old school American cigars that contained 100 percent broadleaf. While it’s...
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