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Written by: Paul Shoberg with a stout coffee as well. I have never seen Panacea for sale in any of my local cigar shops, but don’t fret, they are readily available on the web.  Flatbed Cigar Companys web site is easy t...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...accompany them. Coffee and a good stick while cruising along is heaven. Then you may just hit some bad traffic, but no need to worry as your leafy companion will keep your sanity in check. While other...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...d and flavorful coffee with my port and maduro – and if you add some dark chocolate and strawberries, you will be set for an evening to remember.   I’m going to stop now because this really isn...
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Written by: Paul Shoberg
#...y, and contains coffee flavors, honey, and other earthy profiles. It can be considered a mild to medium bodied cigar, and while lingering on the edge I would still call it smooth even though there are...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...ed, and the hot coffee is ready, that means a nice hearty maduro or full flavored smoke is ready to be consumed by yours truly. The men can gather round once again, lighting up our precious cigars whi...
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Written by: Gary J. Arzt
...her industries; coffee and wine come to mind, but I have always been struck by the many marvelous human beings in the cigar industry.   Being a cigar smoker for decades before I discovered the Domi...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#... freshly brewed coffee and a port – oh man, that is living large, brother. Something about sharing a smoke and good conversation with friends is simply priceless. You talk about the events of the da...
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Written by: Paul Shoberg
...iment to a dark coffee, a nice deep red wine, or that single malt scotch you’ve been waiting to crack a bottle of.  Whenever you do complement the cigar worth, focus on things with a complex flavor...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee food, paper, coffee beans and even leather, so you can see just how hard it is to keep them under control. By the time you or I might realize that they’re around, our prized cigars have been turn...
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Written by: James Payne
...cocoa and maybe coffee,   Conclusion   That wraps up this look at the J.C. Newman Cigar Company and their Diamond Crown and Diamond Crown Maximus lines. I hope you found this article informative...
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Written by: James Payne
... slight hint of coffee. Not exactly my cup of tea, but if someone pass it to me, I certainly wouldn’t turn it down. Unless there some ladies around… Size: 7 ½ x 41 Rating: 88.2   Alec Brad...
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Written by: James Payne
#...s and blends of coffee in-between. If you don’t enjoy the flavor of this one, your taste buds are dead. Great draw and an even burn. Tradicion, I applaud thee!   Size: 6 x 52 Rating: 93.4   ...
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Written by: James Payne rich, heady coffee, and a tinge of pepper. It was definitely an interesting smoke. It had a pleasant draw and for its buck, was a nice, medium-bodied cigar. You could definitely do worse.   Siz...
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Written by: James Payne
#...maybe a hint of coffee.   The cigar sports a golden wrapper with medium veins, namely a Connecticut Habano. When you first light up, expect a tight, firm draw, which should even out as the cigar bu...
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Written by: James Payne
#...d of chocolate, coffee, and leather flavors, that for me, offer one of the best “comfort” blends around. A great, solid cigar.   Size: 6 x 50 Rating: 92.3   Conclusion   Well, that is ...
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Written by: Frank T Flores III
#...ple like to use coffee, but for me, it’s chocolate that works best. And we came up with the Cubao; it’s a combo of Pepin and myself. It’s the only cigar he makes with the Sumatra wrapper. I like...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...ce flavors like coffee, cream, nuts, leather … not even burnt Madagascar vanilla. (That last one was a joke.)   The best thing I can say about the flavor, put in the vernacular of casual conversa...
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Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#... and the Karoma Coffee Estate tours were other non tobacco options offered. Regrettably, for those that chose it; the road to Karoma plantation was damaged in some manner and that trip had to be cance...
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Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...g a great Cuban coffee.     What’s in a name? Speaking for myself, which is the only thing I ever do, I am tired of cigars being named for anti-societal figures; Mafiosi, mass murders, etc. W...
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Written by: Megan Gordon
#...d Hawaiian Kona Coffee beans. These flavors and aromas are meant to reflect those in cigar smoke and provide a texture contrast with the smooth, silky chocolate. The Leaves’ bold, heady taste is odd...
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