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Via Havana

Via Havana Corojo El Morro Cigar Review

On today’s episode of The Cigar Authority in the second hour we lit up a cigar that has shown up on Dave’s social media feed this week. Since he’s been on a Via Havana kick, we smoked it and it is today’s post show full review. Cigar: Via Havana Wrapper: Ecuador Corojo Binder: Not Disclosed Filler: Not Disclosed Length: 6″ Ring Gauge: 52 Vitola: Toro (El Morro) The Look: Packaged in wooden cabinet style boxes the Via Havana is probably a cigar I […]

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Via Havana El Morro Maduro – Cigar Review

I was rummaging through the humidor this morning looking for a cigar I haven’t had in a while. As soon as I saw a Via Havana peek out under some other sticks in my collection, I dug it out. These cigars come out of the country of Costa Rica and are made by a company called Cuba Rica Tabaclera, a brand which makes several different high quality blends. What am I Smoking? Cigar: Via Havana […]

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Via Havana Corojo Toro Cigar Review

Today we smoke the Via Havana which is a cigar from Costa Rica. It’s limited to just 200 accounts nationwide to control the production and make sure the cigars meet the high standards set by Steven Adib of Cuba Rica cigars. It’s a cigar that I never heard of until I moved to New England but I have smoked on a regular basis since I was introduced to them. Cigar: Via Havana Country of Origin: Costa Rica […]

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Cigar Review | Barabbas

The inspiration for Barabbas comes from the story of a man who faced death several times throughout his tumultuous life. Most people know this cigar’s namesake from his affiliation with Jesus of Nazareth. It was Barabbas, known for a life of crime, who was freed by Pontius Pilate, which ultimately led to the crucifixion of Jesus. What is not widely known, however, is the personal transformation he experienced as a result. Witnessing the impact of […]

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Cigar Review: Via Havana Corojo

The one thing I have learned in my travels is that depending where you are in the United States, or the World for that matter is how different the shelves look inside a brick & mortar. When I lived in Florida I missed the diversity of the shelves inside the cigar lounges throughout New York City, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Now that I am up in New England as part of The Cigar Authority team […]

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