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The Aladino Corojo Reserva Corona No.4 Limitado is off to stores. JRE Tobacco Co. has begun shipping the first in what it’s describing as the Our Cuban Heritage Series. The 5 x 44 corona is a Honduran puro that uses higher primings that were aged for 4-5 years. The series is expected to include three or...
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And now for something completely different. If the halfwheel staff was asked to rank its collective favorite restaurant, my money would be on Tei-an. And if I had to bet which restaurant I’ve spent the most money at in the last year, my money would also be on—err, at—Tei-an. In 2009, after operating a few of Dallas’...
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The Story of the Tatuaje Black On a recent trip to a famous island known for historic cigar making, I spent my time in a small town enjoying the simple life. Every day was peaceful and every night was festive, with both having cigars involved throughout. My favorite cigar was not a cigar bought at...
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The Davidoff Broberg’s 125th Anniversary cigar was released by Davidoff to mark the 125th anniversary of Brobergs cigar shop in Stockholm, Sweden. These cigars were released only in Sweden, but even though Brobergs does not ship outside of their country, a few sticks did seem to make it out. Released in October of 2006, there...
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Now, I have always enjoyed smoking vintage cigars, if only because I know I am smoking a piece of history. Things were very different back when this cigar came off the machine, and I am always amazed at the quality of the construction. Robert Burns, along with Muriel and White Owl and others, were known as...
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As I keep looking through the cigars I have to review, the Padrón Millennium kept calling my name. I had wanted to review it before now, but I have a good friend who loves Padróns, and I thought I would wait until his birthday to spark one up, thinking it would be the perfect way...
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When Pete Johnson of Tatuaje Cigars came to Cigar Shop and More for an event, I asked to see if I could photograph him for my Icons of Cigars project. He said yes, and below is the resulting photograph.
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As long as I have been smoking, I have not seen the Cuban hype machine go as crazy for a cigar as I have for the Cohiba Gran Reserva. Non-Cubans are another matter, and for more info on that, see my Tatuaje The Drac review. With just 5,000 boxes of 15 cigars to be released...
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I recently purchased a four-pack of Romeo y Julieta Perfectos from 1968 to see what they would smoke like over 40 years after they were rolled. There is not a bunch of historic info on these specific cigars. According to various websites, these were released pre-1960s and were discontinued in 2003. These cigars were made...
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