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Over the last few years, Davidoff has repetitively reached back into its archives to rerelease some of its most celebrated cigars. This started in earnest in 2018 in two different ways. One is the Davidoff Vault Series, where the company rereleases cigars in small quantities—almost all in paper bundles of 10 cigars—and usually to a...
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Along with the Liga Privada No. 9, Drew Estate President Steve Saka has been working on a new blend, the result is the so called “Rata Sucia,” Spanish for “Dirty Rat.” This is currently being produced in very small numbers only for Saka and a few lucky people inside and outside of the company. According to...
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So, as I look around the web, I see a bunch of sites posting Christmas contests, and they are all offering boxes of cigars, or grab bags, or what have you…Now, I am not one to follow what other people do (other then the fact that I am having a Christmas contest, of course), so...
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As part of my Annual Thanksgiving “Smoke your Rare Smoke” weekend, one of the sticks I decided to smoke was a Farach Farachitos Pre Embargo Cuban from the 1950s. This was an interesting smoke, not only because of the age, but also because of the extremely small size. Seriously, I have taken pills that are larger then...
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The Story of the Tatuaje Black On a recent trip to a famous island known for historic cigar making, I spent my time in a small town enjoying the simple life. Every day was peaceful and every night was festive, with both having cigars involved throughout. My favorite cigar was not a cigar bought at...
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The Davidoff Broberg’s 125th Anniversary cigar was released by Davidoff to mark the 125th anniversary of Brobergs cigar shop in Stockholm, Sweden. These cigars were released only in Sweden, but even though Brobergs does not ship outside of their country, a few sticks did seem to make it out. Released in October of 2006, there...
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Now, I have always enjoyed smoking vintage cigars, if only because I know I am smoking a piece of history. Things were very different back when this cigar came off the machine, and I am always amazed at the quality of the construction. Robert Burns, along with Muriel and White Owl and others, were known as...
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As I keep looking through the cigars I have to review, the Padrón Millennium kept calling my name. I had wanted to review it before now, but I have a good friend who loves Padróns, and I thought I would wait until his birthday to spark one up, thinking it would be the perfect way...
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