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Intemperance EC Goodness Cigar Review

It looks like it’s going to be the year of RoMaCraft as the company has just released the first of many expected limited releases in 2019. In addition to the Intemperance Goodness, there will be Aquitaine Sabertooth, CroMagnon Mandible, Aquitaine Mandible, Craft 2019, Aquitaine Slobberknocker and perhaps a few more. The Intemperance Goodness becomes the first cigar in the EC (Ecuador Connecticut) line to get the box pressed treatment, where the BA (Brazilian Arapiraca) version […]

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Oliva V Maduro Especial Double Robusto Cigar Review

Since 2008, the Oliva Cigar Family has released a limited edition of the Oliva Serve V, the Maduro Especial. This year the cigar sees two sizes released in 6,000 boxes of 10. Like the last couple of years the cigar sees the release of the Double Toro (6 x 60), but this year also sees the release of a Double Robusto measuring 5 x 54. It’s consistently been one of my favorite special releases each […]

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Rocky Patel Aged Limited & Rare Robusto Cigar Review

In 2015, Rocky blended a cigar featuring a smooth Habano-seed wrapper. Rocky had decided that this great blend would develop even further with aging, so he ordered a short production run of 100,000 cigars. The cigars were rolled and laid to rest in an aging room where they remained for nearly three years. Now the the Aged, Limited & Rare have reached retailer and today we offer up a review. Cigar Review: Rocky Patel Aged Limited & […]

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Aladino Corojo Reserva Robusto Cigar Review

Earlier this year we had Justo Eiroa in town for a series of events to launch the Aladino Maduro and to be a guest on The Cigar Authority. While in town he offered up a sample of this cigar with a band that he said was just a place holder. I practically begged him that he had to use that band on the release of the Aladino Corojo Reserva. He wasn’t sure, but I passionately argued […]

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Liga Privada Unico Serie Dirty Rat Cigar Review

With Drew Estate announced that Liga Privada No.9 and T52 would be coming in smaller ring gauges we decided to take a look at a small ring gauge that already exists in the company portfolio. The Liga Privada Dirty Rat is available only to retailers that are part of the Drew Diplomat program, of which 2GuysCigars.com is a member. Cigar Review: Liga Privada Unico Serie Dirty Rat Wrapper: Stalk Cut American Habano (Connecticut) Binder: Mata Fina (Brazil) Filler: Honduras […]

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Rocky Patel To Showcase ALR at IPCPR

Rocky Patel Premium Cigars (RPPC) will introduce a new brand at the IPCPR trade show called ALR, an abbreviation for Aged, Limited & Rare. The cigars are the first run of small batch releases the company plans to unveil in the years to come. Rocky conceived the idea of ALR three years ago – before he even had the brand name – when he blended a cigar featuring a smooth Habano-seed wrapper paired with select […]

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Aganorsa Leaf One Time Production Of Aniversario Perfecto

Aganorsa Leaf will be offering a perfecto edition of their ultra-premium Aniversario line exclusively to IPCPR attendees.  Only 250 boxes of ten cigars of this vitola will be made and retailers will need to visit the Aganorsa Leaf booth to order them. The Perfecto is aa 6 ¼  x 52 perfecto bunched and rolled by hand in Miami using all Aganorsa Leaf tobaccos from Nicaragua. The cigar features a Corojo 99 wrapper with binder and […]

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Flor de las Antillas Lancero 2018 TAA Exclusive Cigar Review

The Tobacconist Association of America releases continue to be issues. This week it’s the Flor de las Antillas Lancero. This 2018 TAA Exclusive comes from My Father Cigars and is a Nicaraguan Puro. It’s limited to the retailers of the TAA, although this isn’t the first time it has been released. The cigar was originally released in 2013 as a one-time store exclusive for a shop in Texas. Cigar Review: Flor de las Antillas Wrapper: Nicaraguan Sun […]

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Arturo Fuente Anejo No. 46 Burn

Arturo Fuente Anejo No. 46 Cigar Review

It’s that time of year when Arturo Fuente begins sending out their limited release products. While the primary focus is on the Opus X, I get more giddy when the Anejo is released. It’s a blend based on the Opus X however it features an 5 year aged Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper that spends some time in a cognac cask giving it a very distinct flavor profile. Cigar: Arturo Funte Anejo Wrapper: Connecticut Broadleaf Binder: Dominican Republic Filler: Dominican […]

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Davidoff Chefs Edition Cigar Review

For the first time in history, Davidoff master blenders have collaborated with six of the world’s top chefs to create Davidoff’s latest cigar creation, the Davidoff Chefs Edition. The Davidoff Chefs Edition offers fine dining and an exceptional cigar for connoisseurs to enjoy after a culinary tour de force. This unique partnership with some of the world’s greatest chefs has inspired Davidoff master blenders to blend a truly memorable cigar. While the press release stated […]

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