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In 2014, Les Fines Lames began as an Indiegogo campaign in 2014 producing piedmont-style folding knives in France. The company—which was founded by Pierre Jourdan, Yann Bouten and Gilles Bailly-Maitre and the name of which translates to the thin blade from French—marketed the product not only as a knife but also as a cigar cutter. While those original...
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Let me tell you right off the bat. I did NOT pay $750 for this cigar. In fact, I did not pay any money at all for it. Here is the story. As you may or may not know, I have a list of cigars on the site that I would love to get my...
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This is an incredibly difficult cigar to find. Even when it was released in 2005, there were only 5,000 boxes produced. Manufactured with tobacco leaves specially selected from the 2000 harvest and aged for three years prior to being rolled, the cigars came in a small box that looked like a humidor. The cigars have...
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Oh, I can hear you now, another Edición Regional review; what is the point? Well, I know there are what seems like a thousand ERs coming out of Cuba these days, and while I am right there with you on the seemingly overwhelming numbers, there are a few gems in the multitude, and the Ramón Allones Phoenicio...
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Ok, let me just say this right off the bat. This is a strong ass cigar. Don’t say I did not warn you. Don’t come crying to me like little babies after smoking this, cause I won’t pay attention. Yet another limited Tatuaje blend, both in numbers and the fact that you can only get...
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Ok, so I am just a bit late with this review, since the controversy has died down somewhat, but as my father always told me, “Anything worth doing is worth doing well.” For the four people left in this world who do not know the story, Cigar Aficionado Magazine released it’s annual “Top 25 Cigars...
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If you asked 100 cigar smokers for their ten cigars they would someday like to smoke, the odds are that the OpusX “Big Bad Mother F*cker” would be on quite a few of the lists. The cigar has an iconic look that makes it hard to miss and they are not easy to find, even...
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I found out through some of the forums online about a very limited Tatuaje stick being sold over at New Havana Cigars, the Tatuaje Petit Reserva, which uses the same Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper as a few of Tatuaje’s other limited sticks. They run about $3.15 a stick (in boxes of 50), and the rumor is...
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