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Davidoff LE 50 Diademas Fina Cigar Review

First introduced in 2006 in limited quantities, this cigar was handcrafted to celebrate what would have been Zino Davidoff’s 100th birthday. Today that cigar returns to commemorate Davidoff’s 50th Anniversary.  It was officially released at the 2018 IPCPR and comes in humidified jars designed by French artist Mariane Léger with four different designs; L’Asie (Middle East), L’Moyen Orient (Asia), L’Europe (Europe), and Les Ameriques (Americas). Cigar Review: Davidoff Diademas Fina LE Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano Binder: Dominican Olor Seco Filler: Dominican (Piloto […]

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The Caleanoch 50 Burn

Caleanoch 25 vs 50 Cigar Review

Everyone is familiar with fire cured tobacco, but Hammer + Sickle takes things one step further. The Caleanoch utilizes peat cured tobacco by Scottish peat that is harvested by hand utilizing the same tools that have been employed for hundreds of years. The dried peat is the packaged and shipped to the Dominican Republic where it undergoes a process creating smoke and heat that releases phenols which are absorbed directly into the tobacco leaf. These phenols provide peat […]

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Cigar Review : Avo Domaine

When I first took up cigar smoking like many I picked up a Macanudo. It was a nice entry into cigar smoking back in 1998, but thankfully I quickly switched brands. After spending close a year smoking nothing but Padron 2000 naturals, I began venturing out. I’ve always been a creature of habit, and when I find something I like I tend to stick with it. For a long time it was the Domaine by Avo, […]

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