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Written by: CigarGuyTim always makes my nose tingle and that is magnificent. Another big concern for me when I smoke a cigar is the "heat" of the stick. Does the cigar get hotter in your mouth the longer you ...
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Written by: Puff Staff
#...uns away during my smoking of a cigar, it is a bad sign. We have my wife Angela to give us the Angela Factor. This is the pronouncement that if the cigar smells good, then I can leave the doors open ...
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Written by: Robert Brookes
#... cigar has been my life. I owe it everything: my deepest pleasure and my anguish, the joys in my work as well as my leisure time. "And if I have acquired over the years some bit of knowledge and ph...
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Written by: Cigar Guy Tim
#...Now I can share my thoughts with each of you. Before I pontificate on how great this cigar is or that cigar is, I believe you should know something about me. I have been an avid cigar indulger over...
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Written by: Jamz
#...would ever find myself in the cigar business. But due to a period in my life that found me searching for my future in Costa Rica. I found myself slowing my life down and searching for an answer. I was...
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... concentrate on my passion for wines of complexity while showcasing the terroir of Washington. With our plans to open a winery in Woodinville, I can share with visitors the art and essence of making a...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
... ever smoked in my life? No. Is it very good and do I highly recommend it? Yes. Read on... Purisco™ Azul Corona Maduro Size: 6¼x44 Construction: Great construction. Perfect cap. No veins. A han...
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Written by: Patrick Lauer
#... Eric Newman: My grandfather, J.C.Newman emigrated to the New Country from his native Austria-Hungary in 1888 with his 5 brothers, a sister and his parents. The family settled in Cleveland, Ohio, wh...
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Written by: timlw
#... escape through my nose and French inhale it from mouth into nose. I would say it was a rich and smooth smoke and an all around enjoyable experience.  I would recommend this cigar to both novi...
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Written by: HeavyMetal
... LA and this is my initial impression from the other nite. I'll post a full review after I've smoked a couple. I usually don't do this, but this is a great smoke and well worth a try.  The smo...
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Written by: Iceman
...anted to update my review of the Don Diego corona.  I had gotten a new batch after Thanksgiving and they seemed like a different cigar completely. More flavor and more robust. I thought maybe I ...
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Written by: Rocketman248
...ecided to go to my local smoke shop. I picked up four Habanos. Two of these, a Partagas Serie D No. 1 EL, and a Cohiba Siglo VI. I chose this one for tonight. The weather was perfect. No wind, not too...
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Written by: Rocketman248
...Smoked it until my fingers burned. Nick...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#... Upon receiving my degree in Agriculture, I began work in Nicaragua and Honduras with another agronomical engineer Jacinto Argudin. He was a leading researcher for Cuban Land, a leading tobacco res...
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Written by: Puff Staff
#...ut by that time my mouth was irritated and gave up." The Reo is a good cigar, that needs a second go around from a construction standpoint.  The future is good for the Reo, and we have already h...
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Written by: Puff Staff add to their mystique,” states Vogel. “None can claim their tobacco is any different than all the others using the same current Cuban seeds. Only from Tabacos de la Cordillera can smokers enj...
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...e sun porch. To my taste, the 2005 release is particularly cedary and sweet - highly recommended. I rate the whole line a solid A....
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Written by: Puff Staff
...lightly floral. My wife noted the aroma as very mild sweet-woody with hints chocolate and cedar. By 1/3, the cigar is a mix of light cedar, sweet nut, cocoa, coffee and light-earthy tobacco with flora...
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Written by: Patrick Lauer
#...ssion: This was my first cuban and it will not be the last. It was a euphoric experience bursting with flavor. It was a quite a bit stronger than many other cigars that I have had in the past. I would...
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Written by: Anton
#...ift from one of my bosses for helping him setup his new handheld. I had never had a Davidoff before, but I had heard good things and had very high expectations after seeing the $19.50 price sticker on...
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