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Monday, 30 April 2012

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Cremo Cigars Giveaway

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Cremo Cigars is doing their best to spark interest in the brand with a new giveaway. The contest is rather simple. All you have to do to enter is visit the Cremo Cigars page on Facebook and click the Like button. Once the page accumulates 1,000 likes, the company will select a winner randomly from those who liked the page.

As for the prize, you have the chance to win a box of Cremo premium cigars that the company will ship right to your door. You will also get to choose the format you desire, which includes the Excelsior (Robusto), Intrepidus (Toro), or Magnum Opus (Corona Gorda).

While the prize is not an all expense paid trip to Las Vegas or anything of the sort, free cigars are always a good thing, and you can participate with the click of a mouse. At this moment, Cremo’s page has just under 600 likes, so do not waste any time in participating if you want the chance to win some free stogies. You can find the brand’s page by simply typing Cremo Cigars into the search field on Facebook.

New Release – The Romeo by Romeo y Julieta

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We usually keep new cigar releases separate from news, but are going to break from tradition here by giving you some details on the upcoming release of the Romeo by Romeo y Julieta.

Altadis USA describes the Romeo as a “Romeo y Julieta cigar unlike any to come before!” That line alone is intriguing, especially when you consider that the brand has been around since 1875. Usually known for being a premium brand that offers consistent and mild cigars, Romeo y Julieta is turning the tables a bit with this release by leaning more towards the full-bodied end of the strength spectrum.

The Romeo by Romeo y Julieta is characterized by solid construction thanks to the team of skilled and experienced artisans in charge of its rolling at the Tabacalera de Garcia factory in the Dominican Republic. Besides being full-bodied, the Romeo is also said to be rich and complex. The press release does not offer any details as to the cigar’s composition, but it will be offered in the following four sizes: Robusto, Toro, Piramide, and Churchill. Be on the lookout for the Romeo by Romeo Julieta when it ships to retail shops in May.






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