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The Kentucky State Senate has approved a bill that would raise the state’s minimum age to purchase tobacco and e-cigarettes to 21-years-old, officially bringing it in line with the recently increased federal minimum age. On Thursday, the Senate voted 28-10 on in favor of SB 56, which also allows law enforcement to confiscate tobacco products...
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Because of the delays with the Viaje V.O.R. DT and V.P.R. DT, which are currently scheduled for a mid-June release, Andre Farkas decided that he would move up the scheduled release of his final planned WLP (White Label Project), which was originally scheduled for later this year. For those wondering, the Exclusivo Chiquito, a release...
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Dominican publication El Nuevo Diario put this up yesterday, but this has been knowledge in some circles for a good six months. Guillermo León has purchased La Aurora from its former parent Grupo León. The deal includes La Aurora, León Jimenes and the main factory in Santiago, noticeably not included is the factory that rolls...
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Oh the Tatuaje Tattoo. Not exactly a shining moment in journalistic accuracy for el niño diablo, albeit, eventually Pete Johnson cleared everything up.
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Today we will be taking a look at a yet another cigar in our Custom Rolled Cuban series, the Cueto No.4 Largos. Cueto, whose real name is José Castelar Cayro, is certainly among the top Level 8 rollers coming out of Cuba today. He has acquired rock star status in the Cuban cigar community because he simply...
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For a lot of smokers, the plethora of new lines and unique marketing tactics of Rocky Patel (particularly in the catalogs), seems to be a turn-off. I’ll admit that I’m really not sure where to start when it comes to the seemingly endless options that Rocky Patel offers. However, even those that don’t consider themselves...
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In late June of 2010, Viaje released the TNT, a 6 1/4 x 54 cigar that was made to look like a stick of TNT. It has been known that the TNT would be released around the same time every year, as are most of Viaje’s various lines, but what was not known until recently...
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A little over six months after we broke the story on Sam Leccia leaving Oliva Cigar Co., he returns with Sam Leccia Cigar Co. Personally, I would have assumed that his non-compete would have been a bit longer, but Oliva apparently chose not to take that approach. In addition to a website, there’s a press...
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