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Written by: James Payne
#... question back: Does this happen all the time? I will assume for this question that it does, and the reason I will assume that is that you say it happens about midway to three quarters in. If it star...
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Written by: Paul Shoberg
#...stos, and truly does resemble its big brother.  While the flavor is straightforward, it’s also complex.  There are sweet and creamy flavors that as you smoke the cigar turn into leathery, nutty, a...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...he big game, it doesn’t matter because the food and friends are enough to keep you partying through the course of the day. Lets start with buffalo wings and beer. Now a guy could live on that for mo...
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Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...zalez, and what does “From our family to yours,” mean? Who is his family? Has he concocted a history of four (4) or five (5) generations of tobacco growing, vega owning in Cuba, to support his med...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#... of the species does well. If it’s one of those parties that go into the wee hours, where a fire is lit and so are the guests, a fourth cigar will make itself present, oftentimes a Cubano or some...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...olf game really does suck. Of course a hot looking cart girl with a tub of ice cold brews doesn’t hurt much, either. But I think a big old cigar on the course is often times your favorite club of th...
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Written by: Frank T Flores III
#...of angles. That doesn’t mean I know everything, but I have done a lot of things in this industry.   Frank: At what age did you start working in the industry?   Erik: I was 30. I had my store i...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#... mild cigar, it does have a nice taste. I would say it is about twice as strong as the ever-popular Macanudo. The first ash lasted a full 2 inches. Impressive. You get some good flavors of cedar, leat...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee An ash that doesn’t hold and constantly falls off, crumbling in your lap makes for a bad smoking experience. This is not a concern with this cigar.   When it comes to taste though, the The Do...
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Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...t something one does as a hobby; not something one doe, merely, because he had the money to do it.    So, I have embarked on a careful analysis, and I’m thinking that in my May column, I publish...
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.... "My wife does not like cigar smoke in our home." Mr. Williams said many wives e-mail him, thanking him for the store being open. The lounge is a getaway for Marlboro resident Jimmie ...
Word count: 757
Written by: Rick McLaughlin
#...nce if the cook doesn't know how to make the most of it, and there is nearly no effect a charcoal grill can do that can not be recreated in a gas grill, if you know how.  ...
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Written by: Puff Staff
#...back is that it does have a bit of acid and salty flavor to the tongue.  As I continue to enjoy this Cuban representative, I see the ash is medium grey in color, with a lot of black zebra stri...
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Written by: Puff Staff
#...ast. Alas, this doesn't last & the hay-like finish dominates again. The last 1/3 some nice, high, sweet, tingly, "pops" in the nose.” The above quote was evident of much that we received. Nobody c...
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Written by: Puff Staff
... most cases, it doesn’t. One good example of this lack of balance and perspective is the way we’re told that smokers have a higher risk of lung cancer, without being told what the ove...
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Written by: Puff Staff
#...gical argument. Does tobacco smoke harm some people? Unquestionably. If we were to abolish everything that harmed people, then guess what? We'd have no food, no candy, no books, no television, no mov...
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Written by: Puff Staff
...wo new sizes as does the Cuban Parejo line.  Remember when the Inmenso was looked upon in the industry as a “novelty” cigar?  Now this monster ring gauged cigar has plenty of peers in th...
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Written by: Puff Staff he meets or does business with.  He goes about his work without the aloofness typical of busy executives. Enrico and Anne Marie Garzaroli continue the Graycliff tradition of excellence with ...
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Written by: Puff Staff
...t as this cigar does.  Kudos to Padron, as some of the quotes indicate:   “The cigar had a nice pre-light aroma and a nearly perfect draw.  I’m always impressed by an Anniversario...
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Written by: Puff Staff
...taste, but that doesn't materialize. It took a few cigars, but most everyone seemed OK with the smoke. A couple guys even acquired a taste for it. If you like a cigar with hot apple cider, this may...
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