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Nicaragua

CRAFT 2020

Every so often, a cigar release will come along that features boxes containing a mix of cigars inside. Not a sampler, but a box with...
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Liga Privada Year of the Rat (2020)

While we use redux reviews to revisit cigars and see how they have aged over some time in the humidor, I think we’d be remiss...
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Bellas Artes Limited Edition Corona Extra

In 2016, AJ Fernandez Cigar Co. introduced a new regular production line named Bellas Artes, which translates to fine arts from Spanish and was supposedly inspired by...
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Frog Juice

In the past few years, Riverside Cigar Shop & Lounge has put together an impressive collection of store exclusive releases from several manufacturers including the...
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Romeo y Julieta Reserva Real Nicaragua Robusto

If you could hop into a time machine and go back 15 years, I imagine that someone at Altadis U.S.A.—or more specifically, its current parent...
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My Father The Judge TAA Exclusive 2020

After launching The Judge brand during the 2016 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show with only two sizes—a 5 x 60 and a 6 x 56—it...
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Muestra de Saka Unstolen Valor

Had the 2020 PCA Convention & Trade Show happened, it would have been the sixth for Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust, the company launched by Steve...
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Sobremesa Brûlée Double Corona

Not that long ago, I was listening to a podcast that spent some time on the word nostalgia, but stressed something that I had largely...
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Archetype The Master

In January, Ventura Cigar Co. announced two brand new additions to its Archetype brand, both of which would officially be shown off at the Tobacco Plus Expo...
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Archetype Pupil

While many cigar companies opted to introduce value-priced offers at Tobacco Plus Expo 2020, Ventura Cigar Co. took a completely different approach. Ventura is owned...
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La Aroma de Cuba Edicion Especial #2 (2020)

La Aroma de Cuba is one of those cigar brands that has seen numerous changes throughout its long life, starting in the late 1800’s, when...
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