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Written by: James Payne
#...: How Do I test my hygrometer to make sure it is properly working?   Answer: There are several methods to do this. The first is to buy another hygrometer or borrow one from a friend and see if they...
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Written by: James Payne
#...ontinue to say, my favorite cigar is by far the Churchill. Maybe that is because of my stature, or maybe I am just trying to overcompensate. Whichever the case, when it comes to reviewing cigars, noth...
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Written by: James Payne
#...e same place in my heart as Churchills do, but I still smoke them and quite a few are on my “favorite cigars” list. Keeping that in mind, this batch was pretty solid. Every cigar on the list is in...
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Written by: James Payne
#... up their among my favorites. Bigger than the Corona, thee guys pack a lot of punch. Overall, this batch was pretty good (otherwise I probably wouldn’t bother writing about them!). As always, every ...
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Written by: Frank T Flores III
#... and I have had my own store, and now I’m a manufacturer. So I have done retail, owning my own store, and now a manufacturer. So I know a lot of angles. That doesn’t mean I know everything, but I ...
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Written by: Frank Herrera
#...ort waiting for my return flight to Miami. I spent the last few days at a trademark and internet law conference attended by notable trademark attorneys from around the United States and abroad. The sp...
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Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...the tournament. My good friend, Gabriel Estrada, Davidoff of Geneva, Buenos Aires, won an exquisite putter. I was with him at Cibao Int’l Airport, Saturday morning, when it presented all sorts of pr...
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Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#... heart, affirms my ‘nephew’ Alejandro Alcorta, as he tries to hand me one of his ‘house blend’ cigars in lieu of the 601 Habano Oscuro La Punta I requested.   The avowal about not lying had...
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Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...anos!” Not to my taste, but…to each his own, I suppose. Nonetheless, it was another first for “The Great Smoke.”   And, not to be omitted or neglected, Altadis showed off their new Siglo! ...
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Written by: James Payne, including my favorites, chocolate and cheese. While cigars are not technically food (unless you are a beetle that is), they do offer flavor and taste, and since they stimulate the taste buds, as...
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Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...nie? EPC: Yes, my father started El Credito in 1968, at 1106 S.W. 8th Street in Miami. It is one of the oldest cigar factories in the U.S. GJA: As I heard the story, you were busy playing drums, ja...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...ere would I get my favorite Nicaraguan cigars? A Fragile Little ThingYou would think that a plant that will grow where more common food plants struggle would be quite tough and that could only be s...
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Written by: Daniel Lopez
#...ear wakes me in my seat as it is evident that I have just landed in Managua, Nicaragua yet another time this year. As people from the plane scurry to be the first off I am reminded that I will be movi...
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Written by: Paul music with my cigars, I keep coming back to one style of music, and for that matter, one group in particular.  It may seem pretty obvious to many cigar smokers, but for me, the Buena Vista Socia...
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Written by: Paul
...ed the error of my ways and started ordering some food.  While this helped it left me with a strong cigar bars.  I suppose as adding to the Dominican Presidente beer count didn't help matters either...
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Written by: Paul
...y when I was in my younger glue tasting days. Thankfully that taste slowly dissipated until you are left with an extremely mild cigar. You can say the flavor matches the looks, as the mild wrapper per...
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Written by: Megan Gordon – that’s MY dessert. But as luck would have it the House of Grauer was kind enough to send us a sampling of chocolates to review.     At first I was skeptical. I mean what can you...
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Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...! I had left my cigar on the lip of an ashtray on the bar at Puros (10792 Coral Way, Miami, FL 33165 - 305.222.2217 - one day, and asked my friend Kiki Rodriguez, a very ami...
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Written by: Daniel Lopez
#...ear wakes me in my seat as it is evident that I have just landed in Managua,  Nicaragua yet another time this year. As people from the plane scurry to be the first off I am reminded that I will be  ...
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Written by: James Payne
#... and welcome to my Churchill Review article. As the title suggests, this article is all about the Churchill. In this episode, we will be taking a peek at the following cigars: Romeo Y Julieta 1875, Ar...
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