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There are a number of brands in the Habanos S.A. portfolio that have fallen under the radar over the decades, and until recently, Quai d’Orsay would have to have been close to the top of the list. Founded in the early 1970s when Valéry Giscard d’Estaing—who was the Minister of Finances in France and would eventually...
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Happy July. This week you will notice some extra Drew Estate ads on the site—please click on them, it’s how we pay the bills around here—and you also can win some Drew Estate swag. Up for grabs this week is a Drew Estate prize pack that we’ve put together after receiving multiple packages full of...
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At the 2010 IPCPR show in New Orleans, there were two special cigars in the My Father booth: the My Father Limited Edition 2010 and the My Father Baseball Bats. Turns out, both would ship to retailers in limited quantities later at different points later in the year, the latter being a surprise to many....
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In August of 2010 at the IPCPR show in Las Vegas, My Father Cigars showed off some very interesting cigars said to be rolled in part by José “Don Pepín” García himself. Most interesting was the My Father Baseball Bat, rolled to look like a baseball bat. Here’s a picture of the Baseball Bats on...
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On November 19th, 2010, the La Sirena A, which means the mermaid in Spanish, was officially launched at an event at Casa de Montecristo in Chicago. Like the Nestor Miranda collection, La Sirena is a Miami Cigar & Co. brand made at Jaime García’s My Father Cigars S.A. factory in Estelí, Nicaragua. There are six...
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Famed humidor maker Daniel Marshall is set to release a special version of his DM2 Gold line, wrapped in gold. Next week, Marshall will begin shipping a limited edition humidor containing five 6 1/4 x 54 Torpedos wrapped in gold  in honor of his company’s 30th anniversary. As far as the cigar goes, it’s a...
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Armored Humidor Systems has been around for years, but in 2010 the business was purchased by Jeff Haugen, who also owns site sponsor Tobacco Grove and is now updating the brand. All Armored Humidors use genuine Pelican cases. In case you are unfamiliar with Pelican, the company’s press line reads: Pelican Products, Inc. is the...
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On March 12, we reported that Viaje had shipped a number of new cigars to retailers, including three new entries in the Skull and Bones series: the WMD, the FOAB, and the cigar being reviewed today, the MOAB. This is the second installment of the MOAB, which stands for Mother of All Bombs, as well as Massive Ordnance...
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Earlier this week, four sizes of a Connecticut-wrapped Jaime Garcia Reserva Especial began arriving in brick and mortar stores in New England as part of the newest limited release from My Father Cigars. It features the same fillers from the regular Jaime Garcia Reserva Especial with the Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper that was used on the...
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