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Muestra de Saka Nacatamale Burn

Muestra de Saka Nacatamale Cigar Review

The first release of the Muestra de Saka sold out in nearly the blink of an eye. Now the Muestra de Saka returns with a new size and a new blend. The name Nacatamale is a reference to a traditional food found in Nicaragua that is often reserved for a mid-morning Sunday meal. The release this time around is limited 2250 boxes of 7, for a total of  15,750 cigars. Cigar: Muestra de Saka Country of […]

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The Changing “FACE” of the Cigar Industry – A David Garofalo Editorial

The Changing “FACE” of the Cigar Industry! The Faces of the Brands and the ones that could be changing another Editorial by David Garofalo We know a small business owner, as is in the cigar industry, must be a jack of all trades and one of the tools they should possess is being the face of their brand. Today even some of the huge corporations and brands have attempted to put faces and personalities to […]

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Muestra de Saka Burn

Muestra De Saka Cigar Review

In the words of Steve Saka, “Muestra is the humble, common word for “sample” in Spanish, however it takes on much more important, sometimes reverential, meaning when used in a handmade cigar factory. A muestra is the vision of the ligador and torcedor realized, it is the promise of a new experience and possibly the key to financial success for the fabrica. Muestras are hoarded and coveted by not only their makers, but by the […]

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Dunbarton Tobacco To Ship Initial Orders November 1st

According to their Facebook page, Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust will ship their initial orders to select purveyors on the estimated date of November 1st, 2015. According to the posting all orders will be truncated though retailers will receive an equitable share of their first order with the balance to be fulfilled ASAP. The posting goes on to say that the company received “5-fold” the amount of orders at the IPCPR than they anticipated and that Steve […]

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