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Davidoff Yamasa Piramide Cigar Review

Back in 2010 I attended the launch of the Davidoff Puro d’Oro which marked the first time the company used Yamasa tobacco which was grown on a farm in a region that had never been utilized for tobacco in the past. The event featured fine hors d’oeuvres from Rothsman’s steak house who catered the affair and we enjoyed some incredibly fine wine while mingling with world-renowned chef Wayne Nish and musician Christian McBride who performed “The Good Life” on an upright […]

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Por Larranaga Cigar Review

We all have our skeletons in the closet, and for me it is the first few cigars I smoked when I took up this hobby of mine that would eventually lead to a career that the FDA is trying to take away from me. The skeletons for me are the first two cigars I smoked on a regular basis, Macanudo Robust and Por Larranaga. Eventually I would make it over to the Padron 2000 Natural […]

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