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Menelik by Foundation Cigar Company Cigar Review

For the first time, Foundation Cigar Company is making its most exclusive cigar, the Menelik, available for sale in a limited production run. The Menelik was originally only available at events held in the past couple years, where it was offered personally by Foundation’s owner Nicholas Melillo. Those who managed to get their hands on one have praised its flavor profile, noting rich tones of cocoa, spice, and earthiness. The cigar’s richness takes a cue from its […]

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Aganorsa Leaf Signature Selection Belicoso Cigar Review

The Signature Selection has been aged for 7 years and features the rare medio tiempo leaf in the filler. What is medio tiempo? It is the small leaf, rarely seen at the top of the tobacco plant that is known for its richness and strength as it receives more sunlight than any other part of the plant.  The 2019 edition of the cigar landed at retailers in mid-April and having loved the 2018 edition so much […]

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Tatuaje TAA 2016 – Cigar Review

The TAA’s are rolling out in full force in a race against the clock before it strikes midnight on August 8th, 2016. One of the most anticipated blends to pay homage to the Tobacconists Association of America has arrived. The Tatuaje TAA 2016, a cigar by Pete Johnson of Tatuaje Cigars, hit the shelves last week and is ready for eager consumers to start buying them up once again. This years limited release is a […]

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CroMagnon Fomorian EMH (2016) Cigar Review

My first taste of the Cromagnon Fomorian was at the DC Tweetup, when then was a box of them up for bid at a silent auction to benefit charity. As it turns out me and the owner of a retail shop were bidding against each other and we decided on a bid where we would split the box. It was at this point that I deemed the Cromagnon the best candela I have ever smoked back […]

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Davidoff Colorado Claro 2015 Special R Cigar Review

If you are a cigar geek there are a few times a year that are really special. In the spring as the TAA Cigars are released, then around Father’s Day you see the first appearance of Opus X and the Holiday Season sees the release of Fuente Anejo, Hemingway Maduro and Between The Lines. The autumn/holiday season also sees the release of some special cigars from Davidoff. This year we saw the Year of the Monkey and […]

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La Flor Dominicana Releasing Exclusive at Rocky Mountain Cigar Festival

Following in their footsteps from last year, La Flor Dominicana is once again releasing a special edition for the Rocky Mountain Cigar Festival hosted by Smoker Friendly in Colorado. The cigar which will feature a Ecuador Habano wrapper over Nicaragua binder and Dominican fillers, measures 6 x 54 and carries an MSRP of $100 per box of 11 cigars. It is limited in production to 75 boxes that will be branded with the festival logo. According […]

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Cigar Review | Kristoff Classic Reserva

For Cigar Geeks like myself the TAA is like Christmas morning, as we get news on all these limited releases available at TAA Members like Two Guys Smoke Shop. While many of these new limited releases don’t ship for months, the first one has arrived. The Kristoff Classic Reserva is limited to 1,000 boxes per size, however TAA Members were able to order from an allotment of 200 boxes per size. The remaining 800 will […]

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Review: Quesada 40th Corona Clasica

Today’s cigar, the Quesada Corona Clasica is the epitome of a limited edition cigar. The 40th Anniversary from Quesada was blended by the daughters of Manuel Quesada at the MATASA factory in the Dominican Republic and was unveiled back at Pro Cigar earlier this year. Manuel Quesada then blended a limited edition version of the 40th for himself that he shared with a few select accounts. Yesterday, I was informed that this cigar will be a […]

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Cigar Review: Ora Vivo White

Today’s review was suggested by our friend Kruk on Facebook, who noted the historical significance of the cigar. When The Cigar Authority first launched, the first guest was Victor Vitale. With the Ora Vivo he has teamed up with actor Armand Assante who has starred in such moves as Once Upon a Time in Brooklyn (my hometown), Gotti, Hoffa and countless others. According to Mr. Jonathan of Two Guys Smoke Shop, the cigar which was […]

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