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We get up close and personal with the most interesting people from all different walks of life. Casino managers, poker pros, racecar drivers, boxers, NFL players, MMA fighters, politicians, oh yeah and cigar professionals! We don’t discriminate when we choose who to cover. If we think they have something to say that will tantalize then we offer them a venue to speak their mind. Our interviewers have no problem taking to the streets to look under every tobacco leaf to speak to everyone from local shopkeepers to the master Ligador. Here’s your chance to take a peek inside the minds of the men and women that keep the cigar industry rolling with our in-depth, penetrating interviews, where we ask the questions that matter to you: the cigar connoisseur. So come along and join us as we cut the cap and a take an intimate look inside the mind and heart of cigars.

Camacho Cigars Interview (Part II)
Monday, 28 July 2008

{mosimage} Cigar Review owner Kevin Godbee continues with an enlightening, educational and fun interview with Christian Eirora, President of Camacho Cigars. We learned how Christian goes about developing cigars, from seed, to blend, to taste-testing, to the packaging on the shelf. We had an in-depth conversation about "Authentic Corojo" seed tobacco. The interesting background about "Corojo" Tobacco goes back to the 1930's. It originated on a farm in Cuba's legendary Vuelta Abajo region named Santa Ines del Corojo. For decades Corojo was the ideal wrapper on just about all Cuban cigars. However, Corojo is difficult to grow, has low yields and is highly susceptible to blue mold. The original, renowned Corojo was phased out and hybrids were developed. Camacho claims to have the only "Authentic Corojo" tobacco from seeds given to them directly from the owner of the original farm.  

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La Flor Dominicana Interview
Sunday, 31 August 2008

{mosimage} Litto Gomez had been a liquor retailer, a pawnbroker and a jewelry store owner. He didn't have generations of Cuban tobacco growing and cigar making in his family. Hell, Litto isn't even Cuban. And yet, in 1994, Litto and his wife, Ines Lorenzo Gomez started La Flor Dominicana in Villa Gonzalez, DR and Premium Imports in Coral Gables Florida - to distribute their cigars. Since then, La Flor Dominicana has established itself as a premier brand, known for their quality, consistency and innovation. They are one of only a handful of companies that started right before, or during, the 'cigar boom' of the '90s and not only remain in business, but have become a highly respected producer of fine premium cigars. I was sitting and chatting with Litto in Coral Gables a few days ago, and the session took on a Q & A like tenor ... so, I decided to proceed with an interview. I hope you'll find the results informative and enjoyable.

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Felipe Gregorio Cigars Interview
Thursday, 23 October 2008

{mosimage} Philip G. Wynne got his start in the cigar industry in 1990. It wasn't till later that he became Felipe Gregorio, to provide his brand of cigars with that aura of Hispanic 'ancestry.' Wynne is an American, raised largely abroad. There is no history of tobacco growing and cigar making, for generations, in his family tree. Nonetheless, Felipe Gregorio carved a niche for itself in the annals of cigar history and the tastes of sophisticated smokers. Today, with a new Marketing Agreement with Nestor Miranda's Miami Cigar & Company and his Casa Felipe on South West 8th Street in Miami he begins a new era. Wynne and I arranged to meet at Casa Felipe, and, over a couple of glasses of wine, some Serrano ham, chorizo and cheese, we discussed his background; his Company and his passion for cigars.  

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Graycliff Interview at Top25Cigar.com
Tuesday, 11 March 2003

The perfect combination is difficult to find. Apple pie and vanilla ice cream come to mind, as does daytime baseball at Wrigley Field. We at Top25Cigar are going to be bold enough to volunteer an additional "perfect combination" Graycliff Hotel and cigars. Following is our interview with Enrico Garzaroli (right), the heart and soul of Graycliff Hotel, and Avelino Lara (left), the storied cigar expert that helped him build the Graycliff cigar brand.

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An Interview With Nick Perdomo of Tabacalera Perdomo
Saturday, 27 December 2003

Top 25 Cigar had the chance to ask a few questions of Nick Perdomo, the president of Tabacalera Perdomo.

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