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11/18

United Cigars Stadium Series II Shipping To Retailers

The United Cigars Stadium Series II collaboration with CLE Cigars begins shipping to retailers. The 2021 Stadium Series I did not make it to retailers, but the latest limited edition will be sure to please cigar enthusiasts and baseball fans alike. Celebrate Americas Pastime with the United Cigars Stadium Series collection, only 1000 hand-crafted chests were made to hold 12 CLE Corojo 11/18 cigars.  The CLE Corojo 11/18 features a Honduran Corojo wrapper with Honduran […]

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Cigar Review: Asylum PCA Exclusive 11/18

Attendees of the 2021 PCA Trade Show, an annual convention held by the Premium Cigar Association, retailers, were able to purchase cigars that were only available to those in attendance. One of the companies that offered such a product was Tom Lazuka’s Asylum Cigars. The cigar also features a hybrid Habano wrapper grown by Julio R. Eiroa in Honduras that has never been used before. Cigar Review: Asylum PCA Exclusive Wrapper: Honduras Hybrid Habano Binder: Honduras Filler: Honduras Length: 6″ […]

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CLE Signature THT-EKE 03/17 11/18 Cigar Review

The C.L.E. Signature THT-EKE 03/17 comes in 4 sizes including the 11/18 which is an exclusive for retailers who are part of the Tobacconist Association of America. The 6 x 48/54/48 vitola is synonymous with Christian Eiroa dating back to the days when he was at the helm of Camacho cigars.  The C.L.E. Signature is clouded in mystery as Christian has yet to share what the initials THT or EKE mean as well as the date 03/17. […]

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CLE 25th Anniversary 11/18 Cigar Review

At first look you would think this cigar is to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the CLE Cigar Company, but that won’t happen until 2037. But like the Eiroa First 20, this cigar is a personal milestone marking Christian Eiroa’s 25th Anniversary in the cigar industry. Today we review the 11/18 size which is synonymous with Christian Eiroa dating back to when he owned Camacho. The 11/18 size is only available at members of the […]

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Asylum Eight 2020 11/18 Cigar Review

In 2020 Asylum celebrates its 8th Anniversary with the limited edition Asylum Eight. The cigar was originally scheduled to be released earlier this year, but as with many things, the cigar was delayed due to COVID-19. It marks the second anniversary release for the company in as many years, following up on the Asylum Seven from 2019. Cigar Review: Asylum Eight Wrapper: Honduras Binder: Honduras Filler: Honduras Length: 6″ Ring Gauge: 48/54/48 Size: 11/18 The Look: The Asylum Eight packaging is beautiful with […]

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VODCast: The Worst Cigar Brand Names!

Broadcasting LIVE from the Toscano Cigar Sound Stage in Salem, New Hampshire we welcome Jim Price from CLE/Eiroa Cigars as we take a look at the worst cigar brand names to grace a cigar band. In the first hour we fire up a cigar from the Care Package, CLE Corojo in the 11/18 size. In the second hour, we continue the discussion as we take a look at the email of the week and we […]

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CLE Corojo 11/18 Cigar Review

The Eiroa family knows Corojo and it all started with the original Camacho line prior to the sale to Davidoff.  The Eiroa story of Corojo continued in 2012, when Christian started from scratch with a new company, CLE Cigars. The CLE Corojo was part of the initial brands released by Christian Eiroa and in 2017 the brand would get a face lift along with other cigars in the portfolio. The result is a line with better […]

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Day 1 IPCPR 2019: Tom Lazuka of Asylum Cigars

Asylum Cigars is celebrating their 7th Anniversary on July 2nd, 2019 and to celebrate the company is releasing an ultra premium cigar line called Seven. There will be two sizes that come packaged with each cigar in their own cigar coffin with one of those sizes being 11/18 and the other being a 70 ring gauge. These won’t be a cheap date as they will retail for $20-$25 each. In addition the company is also […]

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Eiroa Jamastran 11/18 Cigar Review

The latest cigar from Christian Eiroa is named after an area of Honduras that is special to him and as his family. The Jamastran Valley has been home to family patriarch Julio Eiroa since the early 1960s. It is also home to El Corojo the farm which grows Authentic Corojo from seeds obtained by the family in the 1980s. The cigar is available in two sizes, with the 11/18 limited to Tobacconist Association of America […]

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CLE Connecticut 11/18 Cigar Review

If you listened to The Cigar Authority this past weekend we smoked the CLE Connecticut in the 11/18 size during the second hour. The size of the cigar is named for the birthday of Christian Eiroa’s mother on November 18. We raved about the cigar on the show and I enjoyed it so much I opted to make it the feature review on The Cigar Authority today. Cigar Review: CLE Connecticut Wrapper: Ecuador Connecticut Binder: Honduras Filler: Honduras Length: 6″ […]

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