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Byron 19th Century Grand Poemas Burn

Byron Siglo Serie 19th Century Grand Poemas Cigar Review

The Byron Siglo Series 19 Century Grand Poemas comes to us from Nelson Alfonso’s Selected Tobacco who also makes Atabey and Bandelero. The Byron 19th Century is a line extension of sorts as the cigar now comes in stunning 25 count limited edition humidors. The cigars inside have been aging since 2012 and only 200 humidors were produced this year. We ran the press release prior to the 2017 IPCPR trade show, and these are […]

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Celebrities that tried to become Cigar-Lebrities – David Garofalo Editorial

“Celebrities” that tried to become “Cigar-Lebrities” An editorial by David Garofalo “Celebrity” refers to the fame and public attention one receives. Celebrity status is often associated with wealth, while fame often provides opportunities to make money. Although the term “celebrity” is often intended to refer to famous individuals, it is also commonly used to refer to anyone who has had any moderate public attention in media, regardless of how well-known they are beyond their niche. “Cigar-Lebrity” […]

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Byron Elegantes Cigar Review

The story of Byron cigars begins in the mid 19th century when immigrants of the Canary Islands made their way to Cuba and started their own cigar factory. The small factory was located on Macías Street in Santiago de Las Vegas, a province of Havana. It was at this factory that the original Lord Byron was made in honor of the world-renowned English Poet. The brand was resurrected by another Cuban; Nelson Alfonso who designs […]

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