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Espinosa Premium Cigars has announced that the sixth installment of its 601 La Bomba Warhead line, an annually released limited edition, has arrived and should be on store shelves soon. The Warhead VI is a 5 x 58 figurado that uses a broadleaf wrapper over Nicaraguan binder and filler, which the company says results in...
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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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This year, Toraño decided to add a fourth vitola to its Toraño Exodus 1959 50 Years line, a 5 x 50 Box-Pressed Robusto. This cigar is the exact same size as the Robusto already available, but with a box-press shape to it.  Cigar Reviewed: Toraño Exodus 1959 50 Years Box-Pressed Robusto Country of Origin: Nicaragua Factory: STG Estelí Wrapper: Brazilian...
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In October of 2009, the rumor mill started putting out some details on a brand new, very limited Pepín cigar that was going to have quite a few firsts for the industry. While unnamed at the time, it was eventually named the My Father Limited Edition 2010. At first, it was rumored, but never officially...
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The La Aurora 107 Lancero is being released for orders literally right now… Anyways, hopefully I’ll get ahold of them soon. If you’d like more information about how to order, you can find information here. I should note, after talking to Jason Wood of Miami Cigar Co., I should stress there are only three-hundred boxes...
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It’s been 46 years since José Orlando Padrón started selling cigars. Having sold over 100 million cigars to date, Padrón is one of the most prestigious brands out there today. The skill and passion they have for cigars is obvious in the many different cigars they release. Whether you are smoking a Padrón 2000 or...
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First off, I apologize for the lack of updates, the hotel WiFi is awful. Straight from Mr. Jason Wood’s Twitter account, it’s confirmed – the La Aurora 107 Lancero is happening. Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait a bit, but it’s coming. I spoke to Mike from Buckhead Cigar and he confirmed that the first sampling, even...
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This year’s IPCPR offering from Miami Cigar & Co. is the Nestor Miranda Art Deco. In the past, Nestor Miranda and Miami Cigars have turned to Don Pepín García for a lot of their blending, and this years Art Deco is no different. However, the blend is something new for Don Pepín. Here is what...
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For those of you that don’t know, during the IPCPR trade show in New Orleans last month, La Aurora released a brand new line of cigars, named after the vice-president of the company, Guillermo León. León, who also co-owns the company with his family’s corporation, had this to say about it: Obviously, this cigar is...
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