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Umbagog

VODCAST: Live With A Cigar Father Featuring Jon & Steve Saka

This week on The Cigar Authority Live from the Toscano Sound Stage in Salem, New Hampshire..¬†we continue our yearly tradition of Father & Son Weekend. This week we welcome Jon & Steve Saka to show and we will sit down with Jon to ask him about life with a Cigar Father. Plus we might get a word or two out of Steve Saka as we try to coax him out of his shell. In the […]

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Umbagog Corona Gorda Cigar Review

Umbagog comes to us from Steve Saka’s Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust. The cigar gets its name from one of the most pristine wilderness lakes in all of the United States. It is on this lake that Steve Saka takes part in something he loves almost as much as cigars, fishing. As a result, he wanted to create a durable cigar for time spent on the lake where the beauty is nature, not the cigar itself. […]

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Umbagog by Steve Saka Burn

Umbagog Toro Toro Cigar Review

One thing Steve Saka enjoys almost as much as cigars is fishing which is how this cigar got its name. It shares the name of a lake on the New Hampshire and Maine border and is consider one of the most pristine lakes in the country. The correct pronounciation puts the stress on the second syllable (um-BAY-gog) and is said to come from an Indian word that means, shallow water.   The cigar is the […]

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