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Nicaraguan Search Results

Your search for Nicaraguan located the below Nicaraguan Search Results. The Nicaraguan Search Results are returned from stories published by Puff.com. Puff publishes stories covering Nicaraguan news, Cigar Reviews, Cigar News, Cigar Forums, Cigar Videos, Cigar Interviews and more!

Written by: Paul Shoberg
#...th Honduran and Nicaraguan filler, and Honduran and Indonesian binder.  Alec Bradley seems to fly under the radar, and always make good cigars.  Even when they try something funky, like those triang...
05-08-2009
Word count: 1066
Written by: Paul Shoberg
#...t as close to a Nicaraguan cigar that a Cuban cigar will ever get.  I guess whether that’s a good thing or not depends on whether you like Nicaraguan cigars. Construction is near perfect , flavors...
03-08-2009
Word count: 1118
Written by: Paul Shoberg
#...Dominicano, and Nicaraguan grown tobaccos. I don’t think you can go wrong with anything from Flatbed Cigar Company.  They offer a similar experience from their cigars, to their website, to their c...
24-07-2009
Word count: 1070
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#... Dominican, and Nicaraguan friends. And some of your little pals may even be from the island 90 miles south of Miami, Florida, but we’ll just keep quiet about that. As you know, time away fro...
06-07-2009
Word count: 1360
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#... wrapper, and a Nicaraguan grown Cuban seed Corojo. By way of explanation about the “Zoravar” under label, Vartan Zoravar was an Armenian military commander, and hero. “The strong man,” as he...
10-06-2009
Word count: 2920
Written by: James Payne
...nd Honduran and Nicaraguan filler. The Cigars There are seven cigars in total and I will try to cover as many as possible here. First up: Alec Bradley Tempus Centuria This cigar is 7 inches long w...
07-05-2009
Word count: 1228
Written by: James Payne
#...adoran wrapper, Nicaraguan Binder, and a filler out of the Dominican and Nicaragua. It is an attractive piece of work, dark red in color with some slight veining. The draw is very nice, and it has a c...
01-05-2009
Word count: 1711
Written by: James Payne
#...complements the Nicaraguan binder and filler.   Boasting what, for me, was a near perfect draw, you can expect to find a thick bouquet when you light this one up. Flavors such as licorice, leather,...
27-04-2009
Word count: 1441
Written by: James Payne
#... planet, namely Nicaraguan Ometepe, the Legend is full-bodied and home to an excellent blend of flavors.   I would be remiss if I did not mention that Nicaraguan Ometepe is grown in a valley snugly...
25-04-2009
Word count: 1426
Written by: James Payne
#...filler a mix of Nicaraguan and Hondurian tobacco, this cigar has a nice sweet tea flavor emboldened by a toasty, rich caramel. With a pleasant aroma of thick leather, and a dark wrapper, this bad boy ...
23-04-2009
Word count: 1346
Written by: Frank T Flores III
#...d you compare a Nicaraguan Puro to a Cuban cigar?   Erik: Well, I think that Nicaraguans are closest: Nicaraguan land, Nicaraguan soil is the closest. It’s got that earthiness. It’s got that st...
17-04-2009
Word count: 3948
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...aign. No, not a Nicaraguan photographer; Esteli was for the locations. Pete brought his photographer from Miami.   We ordered some eats from a restaurant in the same mall as Paul’s shop. The conv...
01-04-2009
Word count: 5664
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...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 supported by ...
13-03-2009
Word count: 1084
Written by: Paul
...eristic of good Nicaraguan tobacco.  There are similarities to the rest of the 1926 line, it seems to me that the flavors were more pronounced, more concentrated.  I see this is a good thing, especi...
08-03-2009
Word count: 871
Written by: Paul
... blends, with a Nicaraguan blend and a Honduran blend completing the line. If you go to the trust JR Cigar, they kindly explain the line as follows:   “A. Turrent, the cigar industry’s oldest f...
06-03-2009
Word count: 1055
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#... are a blend of Nicaraguan, Honduran and some Panamanian ligero, topped off with a beautiful Ecuador Connecticut wrapper. Well, I have to tell you I was surprised and impressed. If you enjoy a good bu...
02-02-2009
Word count: 2939
Written by: Paul
#...s Dominican and Nicaraguan tobacco to a proprietary filler cultivated exclusively for General Cigar in the remote island of Ometepe. These tobaccos were developed expressly to complement the Connectic...
25-01-2009
Word count: 1694
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#... introduced to Nicaraguan tobacco. The year was 1969, and his young Miami-based company was thriving. Since starting Padron Cigars in 1964 with a single roller under his supervision, Padron had b...
01-01-2009
Word count: 1957
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#... known; I think Nicaraguan, Honduran and Dominican cigars are excellent; and, its about time the cigar makers who make them, and sell them, stop saying, "It's like a Cuban (Havana) ci...
29-12-2008
Word count: 3121
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...and dark like Nicaraguan. Smell Tastes Cedar - tastes like cedar smells, an aromatic, sweet and woody note. Earthy - a taste like dark wet loam smells, a dark damp forest-smell taste. Flinty...
29-12-2008
Word count: 1564

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