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My Father Cigars

Vegas Cubanas by My Father Corona Cigar Review

One of my favorite stories to tell took place between 2003-2005, when a sales representative visited the cigar shop I, Barry was partners in. Glen Gutin came in pitching cigars, by Don Pepin Garcia, who he said was the next big thing and will be one of the hottest cigar manufactures in the industry. We smoked the cigars, and ordered them on the spot. 30 boxes of a couple of different lines. A big order […]

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Tatuaje Verocu No. 4 Burn

Tatuaje Verocu No. 4 Cigar Review

I’ve been in a serious funk lately when it comes to smoking cigars. I’ve had a hard time finding my comfort zone and it concerns me. You see I used to be that guy that chased everything new. Now with FDA Regulations in place nothing new has been coming out. Yes, some things have been sprinkled to the masses since August 8th, but they were all introduced prior to that point. So to me they […]

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Collaboration Cigars – A David Garofalo Editorial

Collaboration Cigars Too many Chefs in the Kitchen An Editorial by David Garofalo It’s been going on for a while and when I hear of it, it always sparks my attention and creates lots of interest and discussion in the cigar lounge but it seems to me to never work out as I had expected. I’m talking about a cigar maker or owner of a cigar brand teaming up with another owner of a cigar […]

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Nestor Miranda Collection Maduro – Cigar Review

A couple of years ago, Miami Cigar & Company celebrated their 25th anniversary as a business. And with that milestone, they rebranded the Nestor Miranda Special Selection, tweaked the blends and released Nestor Miranda Collection. There are several different wrapper shades to choose from, but today we will be taking a look at the Nestor Miranda Collection Maduro. What am I smoking? Cigar Review: Nestor Miranda Collection Maduro Country of Origin: Nicaragua Factory: My Father […]

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Tatuaje Black Label Private Reserve – Cigar Review

There are few cigars that make us stogie geeks’ ears perk up when we hear it’s name. And this is one of those cigars. Pete Johnson is at it again with the Tatuaje Black Label Private Reserve. And now, these fan favorites are a regular production item in his extensive portfolio. Tat Black is back and available now. What am I smoking? Cigar Review: Tatuaje Private Reserve Black Label Country of Origin: Nicaragua Factory: My Father Cigars S.A. […]

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My Father Edition CT Robusto Cigar Review

The guys down at My Father Cigars in Esteli, Nicaragua are known for making (typically) darker, more full bodied cigars. But I was looking through the humidor for something to smoke, and saw something I haven’t tried yet. As most of you know, I don’t always go for a mild cigar, but for some reason I was in the mood today. This is the My Father Edition CT. The first cigar from My Father that […]

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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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Nestor Miranda Art Deco Cigar Review

It’s always a good time when friends come to town, and this week started off with Hector Paz the VP of Sales from Miami Cigar & Company coming up for a visit with their new New England Sales Rep Willy Marante who does in-house sales for the company and will be traveling up here every 45 days. Today’s cigar review is something that isn’t available anymore, but it was a favorite of mine when I […]

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Tatuaje Seleccion de Cazador (Brown Label) Regios Review

The other day one of our good friends on The Cigar Authority, not to mention a friend of mine walked into Two Guys Smoke Shop and told me he liked the Tatuaje Verocu a lot. Shawn then went on to ask me what Tatuaje cigars do I like, and without hesitation I said the Brown Label. It didn’t pay to mention limited editions that are no longer available like the Tatuaje TAA 2015. Shawn lit […]

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Crowned Heads – IPCPR 2015

The brand La Imperiosa has a history dating back to Cuba in the early 1900’s and translates into The Imperative, or “..that which is absolutely necessary or required.”. The La Imperiosa artwork and band was inspired from the original band. The blend features 100% Nicaragua binder and fillers, and is finished with the same Ecuador Habano wrapper that was used on the Las Calaveras EL 2014 and is available in 4 classic Cuban sizes.

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