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Two of the Dominican Republic’s largest cigar factories have reopened this week after closing down due to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. Tabacalera de García in La Romana, the largest premium cigar factory in the world, reopened yesterday with a limited staff. The factory—which produces the Dominican versions of Montecristo, Romeo y Julieta and others—is using...
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This year will mark 15 years Smoke Inn has been in business. If you aren’t familiar with Smoke Inn you really should check them out. They have been providing the South Florida cigar community with great customer service, a knowledgeable staff and a wonderful selection since they opened up. Abe Dabenah is the owner and all you have to...
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Continuing with our Padrón week today we have a blast from the past, a Padrón 1964 Diplomatico Maduro from the late 1990s. It is unclear exactly how old this cigar is, but we sent a picture of it to Jorge Padrón, and he confirmed that its pre-2000 based on the band design, so this cigar...
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In November of 2010, a group  from BOTL.org visited Nicaragua to tour some of the factories where tobacco and cigars are produced. During their trip, Jorge Padrón of Padrón cigars handed each of them an unknown cigar to try. While not much is known about this particular cigar or blend, it is known that a there...
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This year will mark 15 years Smoke Inn has been in business. If you aren’t familiar with Smoke Inn you really should check them out. They have been providing the South Florida cigar community with great customer service, a knowledgeable staff and a wonderful selection since they opened up. Abe Dabenah is the owner and...
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Apologies for this late edition of cigar news. Another somewhat quiet week as far as new products go. TAA went on in Cabo this past week and this week brings the Nicaraguan Cigar Fest, I don’t believe there’s anything scheduled for next week. April Fools was relatively quiet with no Candela Liga Privada attempts, although...
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(Editor’s Note: C’mon guys, this was just a joke, a spoof on some of the video reviews out there that are overly long and monotonous (and notice I said “Some”, not “all”). We tried not to take everything so seriously, and I can assure you we were not drunk :) Just take it for what...
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In early 2009, it was announced that Pete Johnson of Tatuaje Cigars would be incorporating a somewhat unique idea from the wine industry into the cigar world. He would be releasing a cigar named La Vérité—French for the truth—which would be totally comprised of tobacco from one farm in Estelí, Nicaragua, José “Don Pepín” García’s La Estrella farm...
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