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Cigar Review | Azan Burgundy

Azan Burgundy was first introduced to me by a friend in Florida at a local cigar event. They are made by Roberto Duran in Nicaragua, but the brand was started by a family member in 1928, Cuba. After the original line was shut down during the Cuban Revolution it was restarted in Esteli in 2012, where the factory and farms are run by Cubans utilizing many of the same methods as Habanos in their homeland. […]

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Cigar Review: Atabey

When I first took the ride up to Two Guys Smoke Shop in New Hampshire, upon meeting David Garofalo he gave me an Atabey to smoke. The cigar was easily one of the greatest cigars I smoked, and I couldn’t wait to smoke it again. Today, we smoke it again. The cigar is made by Nelson Alfonso who is best known for his work on Cuban cigar brands, including the Behike. According to the Atabey website, […]

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