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Serino Vintage 2012 Cigar Review

Tony Serino has been in the cigar industry for more than 20 years. You may not have heard of him until 2016 when he launched Serino cigars and then in 2017 his son Carson launched Wayfarer and in 2018, Taino. This year at the 2019 IPCPR they showed off the Serino Vintage 2012 which is limited to only 1,000 cigars made. They were rolled 3 years ago by three-pairs of rollers at La Corona Cigars, […]

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IPCPR 2018 – La Flor Dominicana

La Flor Dominicana has played it close to the vest this year with what their new releases would be, if any. Last year the company released La Volcada which started out with a supply issue before becoming somewhat readily available. Also, fans of the brand as of late have had a hard time tracking down some of their favorite Maduro smokes and the company still hasn’t met the demands of Andalusian Bull. This year it […]

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Cigar Review | Padron 1964 Anniversary “A”

This is the last cigar I will smoke before I go in for surgery on Thursday to have my gallbladder removed. While it is a routine surgery, this could be my very last cigar and until recently I had never seen the 1964 “A” Size. Normally out of my price range I decided to splurge on something that should be memorable. According to Padron, “The Padrón 1964 Anniversary Series line was introduced in 1994 to commemorate our […]

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Cigar Review | Debonaire Maduro 33 Degrees *PreRelease*

The Debonaire line of cigars from Phil Zanghi who was once Rocky Patel’s Partner has seen some considerable success and that success seems to be growing. At the 2014 IPCPR, he gifted The Cigar Authority with an A size cigar that was aging for a future release. As that release grows nearer, possibly at the 2015 IPCPR we decided to reach into the humidor, and pull out this monster of a cigar. The name of […]

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