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There are a lot of cigar accessories on the market, but there are only a handful of true accessories collections. One of those is the Colibri Quasar. The Colibri Quasar line debuted in 2014 by way of a limited edition humidor created with Daniel Marshall, notable not just for the collaboration but for its exterior...
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The brand of Ramón Allones was started in 1845 by a man named Ramón Allones. Originally from Spain, Allones was reportedly the first to employ bright, lithographed labels on his boxes, which help set his brand apart from his competitors at the time. The brand went through many changes in ownership before it was finally bought by...
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Late last year, Benji Menendez was coming to Dallas to promote his brand new cigar, the Partagas Master Series, as part of his “Benji Menendez Socials” when he had a medical issue that made it impossible to attend. He said he would be back this year to meet everyone, and last week, he made good...
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Word came in late yesterday that cigar legend Frank Llaneza has passed away two weeks after turning 90. Sadly, I never met the man, but by all accounts, he was one of the best in the business. Humble, hard working and amazingly talented.
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In 2006, Havana Cellars released three limited edition cigars to three different stores. They were: Tatuaje La Maravilla (5 5/8 x 46) — Leaf & Ale — 50 Boxes of 25 (1,250 Total Cigars) —  $9.99 (Boxes of 25, $249.75) Tatuaje El Cohete (4 x 50) — Tower Pipes & Cigars — 50 Boxes of 25...
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During one of my trades recently, I was offered up a cigar that I had only heard about, and had never actually seen and was not expecting to ever smoke, a Robaina family farm cigar, the El Padrino, which translates roughly to “The Godfather.” Apparently, most of the tobacco farmers in Cuba make cigars for...
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Back before the infamous split of Pepin and Padilla around March of 2008, they produced a limited edition 1932 Oscuro, which, as the name implies, was the 1932 blend with an oscuro wrapper. The Padilla 1932 Oscuros were only available in limited edition humidors consisting of 45 cigars; 15 each of the Robusto, Torpedo, and Churchill...
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The Flor de Farach Conchas is mentioned almost nowhere online, and even people who know quite a bit about pre-embargo cigars know almost nothing. It was produced sometime in the 1930s in Cuba, and they are not easy to find. I am also fairly certain it is another vitolas in the same brand as the...
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