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Dog Walker

AJ Fernandez Chiquitas Maduro Cigar Review

Why are we smoking the AJ Fernandez Last Call Maduro today? Well, just a few days ago we had a bit of a warm spell with temperatures almost hitting 40 degrees. It was enough to get my hopes up high that spring was right around the corner. Then Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow and we all have to suffer 6 more weeks of winter just because it was a sunny day in Pennsylvania. I don’t […]

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La Gianna Havana Bambino Burn

La Gianna Havana Bambino Cigar Review

Living in New England the weather isn’t exactly cigar friendly. So this time of year we look for a shorter smoke to enjoy before frostbite sets in. Some people call them Dog Walkers, I prefer to call them Don’t Freeze Your Balls Off cigars. Granted, it’s not as catchy, but I don’t own a dog. Since I moved to New Hampshire one of those cigars that I reach for the La Gianna Havana. In looking […]

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BG Meyer Slackers Burn

BG Meyer Slackers Cigar Review

The weather outside is frightful, so it’s time to find a short format cigar that is delightful.  I don’t know where you live, but here in the Northeast temperatures are beginning to dip to the point where a fire-pit isn’t cutting it to smoke outdoors at night. Waking up and walking outside, the cars are covered in frost. So the search for a smaller cigar has begun. The BG Meyer Slackers which a follow-up to […]

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Davidoff Puro D’Oro Sublimes Cigar Review

I’ve lived in different climates over the course of my life and being back home in the northeast means it is time for a cigar that many refer to as a dog walker. While in warm weather the cigar might actually be used when taking your beloved pet for a walk, here in New Hampshire it takes on a whole new meaning for those of us who can’t light up indoors. These cigars are usually […]

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News | La Flor Dominicana El Carajon

La Flor Dominicana is set to release El Carajon the first week of December. The cigars which measure 4 x 34 features a Habano wrapper over Dominican binder and fillers. The cigars come packaged in a retailer friendly 5.75 x 5.75 cube of 100 cigars with a MSRP of $2.50 per stick. When asked if El Carajon meant the “face of Jon (Carney)”, the Director of Sales for La Flor Dominican Jon Carney laughed and said […]

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