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Gran Corona

Ilja VIII

Cigars have long been used to commemorate the life of a person: many cigars are named for people, lines have been released in  celebration of...
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Cifuentes Super Estupdendos

If you want to find out about obscure Cuban cigar releases on the internet, your best resource is CubanCigarWebsite.com. It’s the website we link to frequently...
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Quai d’Orsay Senadores (EL 2019)

There are a number of brands in the Habanos S.A. portfolio that have fallen under the radar over the decades, and until recently, Quai d’Orsay would...
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Serino Vintage 2012 A

During the 2019 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show, Serino Cigar Co. showed off two brand new cigars, one of which was a bit larger than...
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RVGN Rauchvergnügen #64

In 2016, an interesting package showed up at the halfwheel office, as inside it were cigars called Rauchvergnügen. For better and worse, we frequently get cigars...
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H.R. Habano A

In late 2014, Hirochi Robaina—grandson of the late Alejandro Robaina—debuted his non-Cuban cigar blend to the U.S. market. Named H.R. Habano, the line debuted in four different...
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La Flor Dominicana Double Ligero A Oscuro Natural Collector’s Edition

In 2007, La Flor Dominicana released 5,000 of its first Gran Corona-sized cigar, the La Flor Dominicana Double Ligero Oscuro Natural A which used Dominican fillers...
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La Sirena A

On May 13, 2011, the La Sirena A debuted as part of the celebrations for Brand Ambassador Arielle Ditkowich’s 25th birthday. Rolled at My Father...
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Review: Viaje Roman Candle

In mid-2010, Viaje released its first summer release, the aptly named Summerfest. Following closely behind was the first release of the TNT, a cigar that...
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Review: La Flor Dominicana Double Ligero Oscuro Natural A

Since its debut in 2003, La Flor Dominicana’s Double Ligero line has been home to some of the company’s more unique vitolas – including Litto Gomez’s...
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La Sirena A

On November 19th, 2010, the La Sirena A, which means the mermaid in Spanish, was officially launched at an event at Casa de Montecristo in...
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