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Muestra de Saka Unicorn Diademas Deluxe Cigar Review

If you follow Social Media or are a fan of Steve Saka’s Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust you’ve heard of the Unicorn. According to Saka, “It is a very very very small project I undertook after having experienced smoking some of those $250 – $2,000 cigars that have been proliferated into the marketplace in recent years. Some by legit makers, others by not so legit.” Saka hand sorted 6,000 pounds of Broadleaf wrapper and Nicaraguan fillers […]

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Cigar Review | Unnamed Reserve 2014

It’s that time of year when all the super rare stuff comes out from a multitude of companies such as Drew Estate and Arturo Fuente. Site sponsor got their holiday shipment and we have put together a pack of some of these super rarities which can be seen at the end of the post. Perhaps the most intriguing to me was a cigar I never had before, the Unnamed Reserve. Not much detail is […]

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Review | Fuente Anejo No. 77

It’s the most wonderful time of the year for cigar smokers who like to collect limited edition Fuente’s. At Two Guys Smoke Shop we got our order in of Anejo, 858 Sungrown and Between the lines. While the S 858 sold out in minutes, we still have a nice selection of Anejo cigars left at the time of this review going up and Between the Lines as well. In September of 1998, Hurricane Georges tore through […]

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Cigar Review | Don Pepin Cuban Classic Lancero

The Don Pepin Garcia Cuban Classic hasn’t been in production for sometime, and when it was they were available as part of a lancero sampler from My Father Cigars, and also in 50 count boxes via New England sales representatives, The Cigar Agency. Site sponsor has them available as part of a sampler pack. In fact, these cigars might be the last 100 available. When I first reviewed the cigar as part of my […]

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