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The Hammer & Sickle Icon Cigars Were Voted The 2013 Cigar Of The Year
Hammer & Sickle Icon cigars were released at the 2013 IPCPR tradeshow in Nevada as the sixth series featured by the company. The latest H&S release is by far the mildest and corresponds to the luxury cigar industry’s shift in focus to medium and medium-full flavored sticks.
The Fernando Leon Cigars Are A Tribute To The History Of His Family
The single line of Fernando Leon Cigars is a tribute to the late chief of La Aurora Cigars and his family’s story in the industry. The tobacco industry is filled with tradition because some families have been in the business for multiple generations.
The Perdomo 20th Anniversary Sun Grown Cigar Is Still Popular Today
The Perdomo 20th Anniversary Sun Grown cigar debuted at the 2012 IPCPR Trade Show and has been going strong ever since. The reason it has remained so popular is probably because the company put a lot of effort into its blending and construction, including an aging process that lasts 14 months.
An Online Review Of The Black Label Trading Company Morphine Cigar Blend
Black Label Trading Company’s (BLTC) Morphine is the first release from the company following their initial handful of releases, and it’s an interesting one.
The Punch Bassmaster Tackle Box Cigar Set Consists Of Four Unique Sticks
The Punch Bassmaster Tackle Box cigar set consists of the brand’s most respected blends and is a perfect way to get introduced to the legendary stogie maker. It’s one of the oldest tobacco brands in history and has been around since 1840.
The Fernando Leon Family Reserve Cigar Is Available To Aficionados Everywhere
The Fernando Leon Family Reserve cigar was one of four sticks debuted at the 2012 IPCPR Trade Show, and it has remained popular since. The smoke is named after Guillermo Leon’s father, the former top guy at La Aurora Cigars.
The Black Label Trading Companys Salvation Line Offers Bold Cigars
The Black Label Trading Company’s Salvation line of cigars is much like James Brown, the company’s founder. In a word, it’s bold. Brown founded his small boutique in 2013 after spending four years guiding adventure tours through Central America.
The Casa Bella Maduro Cigar Is A Well Constructed Value Smoke
The Casa Bella Maduro is a product of the very busy Sindicato, a brand that is setting out to change the tobacco industry. Unlike almost all other companies, Sindicato is run by a board of members that consist of respected retailers and other major figures in the field.
The Miami Cigar Company 25th Anniversary Cigars Reviewed
The Miami Cigar Company 25th Anniversary cigars are being released to commemorate a major milestone for the business, and it’s getting help from My Father Cigars to make it happen. The legendary stogie maker is stepping in to help with production of the stick, and the results are incredible.
Why Could Cheap Electronic Cigarettes Cost More In The End?
More smokers are getting into vaping, but many end up opting for cheap electronic cigarettes that are more trouble than they are worth. Although the industry is still young, it’s still possible to find a device that manages to fit a budget without giving away quality in the process.
The CAO Columbia Cigars Is A Return Of An Old Line
The CAO Columbia cigars are a return, to some extent, to a line of puros produced back in 2008. It was a short-lived release and discontinued once General Cigar Co. acquired the brand. However, it is now back, though there have been a lot of changes to the blend and its construction.
The CAO Nasty Nutcracker Cigar Continues A Trend From The Company
The CAO Nasty nutcracker cigar continues a trend that the company started last year with its Angry Santa and Evil Snowman sticks. In 2013, both of these interesting looking smokes were modified versions of the popular La Traviata line.
The Black Label Trading Royalty Cigar Blend Is Loved By Aficionados
The Black Label Trading Company’s (BLTC) Royalty blend is one of a half dozen initial releases by the new boutique. It truly emphasizes one of the company’s biggest points – it produces a mix of flavors that are uncommon.
Reviewers Are Raving About The Nat Sherman Epoca Cigar
The Nat Sherman Epoca is one of the most historically significant blends in tobacco history. When Sherman bought Schwab Brothers & Baer in 1929, this blend was the first Sherman took ownership of. Like any classic, though, it’s best to update it occasionally as tastes change and processes improve.
The Aging Room Bin No. 1 Is A New Release By A Rebranded Company
The Aging Room Bin No. 1 is a new release by a recently rebranded company and a follow-up to the massively successful Quattro F55.
The Ashton Symmetry Cigars Are The First Line In Nearly Ten Years
The Ashton Symmetry cigars are the first under the label in nearly ten years, and the first to use Nicaraguan tobacco. It debuted at the 2014 IPCPR Trade Show and aficionados are just now getting a chance to sample it.
Perdomo Special Edition Double Aged Vintage Maduro Cigars Are Limited
Perdomo Special Edition Double Aged Vintage cigars have a twelve-year-old Maduro filler. As one of the finest, premium hand-rolled cigar makers, their latest offering is carefully aged in oak bourbon barrels to bring out the full-bodied taste.
The Nestor Miranda Connecticut Collection Of Cigars Reviewed
The Nestor Miranda Connecticut collection of cigars marks a major milestone of the company, as it coincides with the brand’s 25th anniversary. It also coincides with the elder Miranda’s decision to take on a lesser role in the company he helped found.
The Ortega Serie D Black Cigars Are A Favorite Among Aficionados
Many aficionados have followed the Ortega Serie D Black cigars since Eddie Ortega began hinting at the blend early in 2014. Before long, the stick was confirmed, and they released the details surrounding the blend.
The CAO Rabid Reindeer Cigar Review
In 2013, General Cigar Company prepared a few blends for the Christmas season and branded it with darker, more sinister marketing, and the CAO Rabid Reindeer cigar is the 2014 follow-up.
The Tatuaje La Riqueza Would Make An Excellent Cigar Addition
After every IPCPR Trade Show, aficionados wait for any news regarding a surprise cigar or two, and the Tatuaje La Riqueza has garnered some attention in the weeks following the show.
A Review Of Black Label Lawless: The James Dean of Cigars
Black Label Trading Company’s (BLTC) vision for all of its products is to “re-think standards for cigar-making.” The Black Label Lawless cigar is the epitome of this philosophy.
The Tatuaje El Triunfador Is A Memorable Cigar In Every Way
The Tatuaje El Triunfador has been around for several years, though the name has been around for much longer. It references an old legendary line of cigars produced in Cuba, and its concept is worthy of old Havana itself.
The Quesada Espana Is A Unique Cigar For Many Reasons
The Quesada Espana is one of those cigars that have an almost mythic reputation. Some of this is due to its hard to find nature, and some of it is likely due to its flavors, which aficionados will immediately connect to old Havana.
The Heat By J. Fuego Is A Cigar That Many Have Been Waiting On
The Heat by J. Fuego is a cigar that’s been the topic of many conversations for quite a while. Initially, Jesus Fuego, the owner of the brand, wanted to have the blend out the door in the spring of 2014. However, it was held back at the last minute to rework some details in the blend.
The Cohiba Comador Is Perfect For Aficionados Wanting A Luxury Cigar
The Cohiba Comador is just now attaining widespread attention among aficionados, even though its initial launch was in late 2013. The reason it has managed to stay under the radar is because it was only available through a select group of exclusive clubs and retailers.
A Review Of The CAO Sinister Sam Cigar
The CAO Sinister Sam is a follow-up to General Cigar Company’s unusual and unexpected Angry Santa and Evil Snowman blends.
The Nestor Miranda Maduro Cigar Shows The Changes Of The Company
The Nestor Miranda Maduro is designed to replace the company’s oscuro line and has a bolder look and flavor. The sticks release was during the 2014 IPCPR Trade Show.
The Crowned Heads Mason Dixon Release Consists Of Two Cigars
One of the more interesting new boutique producers around is Crowned Heads, and their Mason Dixon project is a clear example why. This release consists of two cigars, one blend for the northern part of the U.S., and one blend for the south.
One Of The Popular Cigars From The TAA Is The AVO 2nd Movement
The AVO 2nd Movement seems to be one of the most popular cigars from the Tobacconists’ Association of America (TAA) in 2014. The TAA currently consists of about 80 retailers in the nation.
The Alec Bradley Coyol Cigar Pays Respect To A Honduran Tobacco Farm
Cigars are often used to pay homage to someone, an area or event, and the Alec Bradley Coyol continues this tradition. This smoke shows its respect to the Honduran farm responsible for growing the stick’s tobacco.
The Black Label Redemption Cigar Is One Of Many Short Batch Releases
The Black Label Redemption is one of several short batch releases produced by the Black Label Trading, one of the newest boutiques in the industry. The brand’s creator, James Brown, is a long-time admirer of tobacco and cigars, but has only recently entered the business side.
Review Of The Davidoff Limited Art Edition 2014 Cigars
The Davidoff Limited Art Edition of 2014 is the first in the Limited Art Editions to be made by Davidoff. Featured on each of the boxes is commissioned works by Dominican artist Quisqueya Henriquez who’s work provokes a blend of Caribbean and Latin cultures.
The Black Label Last Rites Is Easier For Newer Cigar Smokers
The Black Label Last Rites was one of the six blends the boutique tobacco producer went with out of the gate and one of two Maduro blends.
The Black Label Trading Company Benediction Is A Great Cigar
With a philosophy of “less is more,” the Black Label Trading Company’s (BLTC) Benediction is a contradiction with its simplistic appearance, but complex flavor notes. Established in 2013, BLTC burst onto the scene with six lines in their first year - and they have not slowed down.
The Quesada Oktoberfest 2014 Edition Cigar Line Review
The Quesada Oktoberfest 2014 Edition is a bit of a change from previous iterations of the cigar, which is updated and released every year in time for the legendary beer festival. The inspiration behind the stick was to find a blend that paired well with malt liquor, otherwise known as beer.
The Perdomo Double Aged Vintage Cigars Will Have Three Releases
The Perdomo Double Aged Vintage was one of the most anticipated cigars at the 2014 IPCPR Trade Show, and also one of the hardest to sample. In total, there will be 7,500 boxes released, broken up into three smaller releases.
Cigar Review For The Kinky Friedman Signature Series
The Kinky Friedman Signature Series is a triumphant return to the tobacco industry from the beloved Texan, who had to shut the doors to his factor in 2011 after six and a half years in the business.
The Foundry Worm Hole Is A New Cigar Line With Several Releases
The Foundry Worm Hole is a new line from the risk taking boutique and consists of several releases falling under the same thematic banner.
Drew Estate Now Offers The Undercrown Flying Pig Cigar
The Undercrown Flying Pig is a cigar many aficionados have been waiting for. Known for its fat and short perfecto cigars, Drew Estate now offers the vaunted Undercrown line.
The Difference Of The Joya de Nicaragua Red Cigar Is The Strength
The Joya de Nicaragua Red is a break from the company’s typical cigar. This should come as no surprise, seeing as it is the first cigar the brand has released since Juan Ignacio Martinez stepped in as the company’s new president. The primary difference is the blend’s strength.
The J Fuego Americana Is A Limited Release Cigar
Jesus Fuego, the brains behind the J Fuego Americana cigar, started his eponymous brand in 2006 after growing, blending, and making cigars for years for other companies. Since 1876, this family has been in the tobacco industry. They grew premium tobacco on their El Corojo farm in Cuba.
Information About The EP Carrillo La Historia Cigars
The EP Carrillo La Historia is a nod to the people who made Ernesto Perez-Carrillo Jr., the company’s founder, the person he is today. This includes Ernesto’s parents, his wife and his children, all of whom he credits for making his success in the cigar industry possible.
Reviewers Give The Drew Estate Norteno Cigar A Nine Out Of Ten
Created by master blender, Willy Herrera, Drew Estate has released the Herrera Estelí Norteno, a full-bodied, bold stogie that is reminiscent of pre-Castro Cubans. This is the second collaboration between Herrera and Drew, with the Ecuadorian Habano Herrera Estelí Nicaraguan being their first.
What Are Some Popular Sweet Tipped Cigars?
It’s hard for smokers not to roll their eyes when they think sweet tipped cigars, but the thinking on these stogies is starting to change.
The Nestor Miranda Habano Cigar Is Best For Experienced Smokers
The Nestor Miranda Habano is one of the three modifications of Miami Cigar and Company’s classic line. Debuted at the 2014 IPCPR, it marks the company’s 25th anniversary and founder Nestor Miranda’s announcement that he will be handing off daily operations to someone else.
The Camacho Double Shock Cigar Has A Unique Look & Bold Taste
Of all of the company’s new look cigars, the Camacho Double Shock may be the most unique looking of them all. Owing to its namesake, these smokes come in pairs and resemble barbershop pole style, with two wrappers overlapping each other to produce a stark look.
Review Of The Gurkha Classic Cigar Havana Blend No 359
The Gurkha Classic Cigar Havana Blend No 359 is a true labor of love. The company claims that it took 20 tries to get it right and that this final version of the stick required many hours of effort to produce.
The Tatuaje Tattoo Cigar Is Rated A Nine Out Of Ten By Reviewers
As a boutique cigar company, Pete Johnson and his crew pride themselves on creating cigars with incredible flavor profiles that defy the palate when people first encounter them. And the Tatuaje Tattoo does not disappoint.
The EP Carrillo Re+United Is A Limited Edition Cigar
A limited edition joint venture between EP Carrillo and Michael Giannini, the Re+United, marks the reunion of these two gentlemen working together again. They both used to work at General Cigar Company together until Ernesto left to start his own company (EPC).
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