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Effective Feb. 1, 2020 the prices for CLE and Asylum cigars will increase 20 cents per cigar. The 20 cent increase refers to the MSRP of cigars. Christian Eiroa, founder of CLE, told halfwheel that the changes are caused by increased manufacturing costs including labor, raw materials and expenses associated to fighting regulations.
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Litto Gomez normally keeps news pretty close, but it seems like he’s already ready to go public with some of La Flor Dominicana’s IPCPR plans. The La Flor Dominicana Double Ligero “The Digger”, a cigar released in limited quantities to a hundred accounts in April will be made into a regular production cigar. The 8...
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Say what? Macanudo makes a Lancero? And it comes in a tube? Well… sort of. It’s not a true El Laguito No. 1, it’s actually 7 x 34, a hair thicker than the Ninfas (7 x 33), a Slim Panatela. It’s also not a cigar that you’d really expect to be on most cigar blogs,...
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Today we will be taking a look at another cigar from the current Studio Tobac Sampler, the ST-DS001 (Studio Tobac Dark Side). I have made it my plan to review a different cigar from the sampler every week with last weeks being the NUb San Andres. This week’s cigar also features a San Andres Maduro...
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If Charlie “Ray” Stahl wants someone else to review PDRs, he’s probably going to need to do them himself. While our favorite Kentuckian is preparing his departure from the Bluegrass State Southern Ohio, I take on another Pinar Del Río Lancero. Much like the Pinar Del Río 1878 Cubano Especial Capa Madura Lancero that I...
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Editor’s Note: Outside of the Monday news, this site has seen various formats in its news… For the next week, there will be at least a trial in more coverage to all stories, not just your Viaje and Tatuaje new releases. Feedback is always appreciated. Oh yeah, Lancero50 is in full swing, in case you...
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Next to the original release of the Black Label, this has to be one of Pete Johnson’s most heralded productions. Much like the Brown Label Especiales, it would be difficult to do a comprehensive assessment of the lancero vitola in the non-Cuban world without the original El Triunfador. For a long time, it’s been one...
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I guess it’s Raíces Cubanas weekend. Generally, that will result in a fairly good few days, given the Honduran outfit is responsible for some of the best cigars on the market. Raíces Cubanas is where Ernesto Padilla now produces (some of) his product, alongside others like Dion Giolito’s Illusione, Alan Rubin’s Alec Bradley, Andre Farkas’...
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