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Cigar Review | Nat Sherman Panamericana

Originally blended 2014 and released as a Townhouse Exclusive available only at Nat Sherman, the Panamericana is getting released to members of the TAA next week at their annual convention. At the time of its release Michael Herklots of Nat Sherman wrote “This new expression of Nat Sherman is sensationally complex in flavor, achieving great balance by tempering the Costa Rican tobacco’s unique attributes with three different Nicaraguan tobaccos. We’ve been tweaking this blend for […]

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IPCPR 2014: Table 36 Cigars

Day 3 of the 2014 IPCPR Trade show is open for business, and the first company we focus today is Table 36 Cigars. In this video Will from Table 36 tells you how their cigar company started as well as a little bit about their cigars. Fellowship – Constructed at the famed Raices Cubanas factory, the filler is a mix of Honduran leaf grown on Raices own farm in Trojes and Nicaraguan leaf from the Jalapa valley. […]

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IPCPR 2014: Crux Passport

While the show doesn’t open up for sales until Sunday morning, Mr. Jonathan landed in Vegas a short while ago. After stopping for a Martini to cleanse his palette he shared with us this gem… The new Crux Passport features a 2009 Habano wrapper from Ecuador with high priming binder from Esteli, Nicragua. The filler of the cigar comes from Honduras (Jamastran) and Nicaragua (Esteli). This blend information comes directly from Jeff Haugen, one of […]

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