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Written by: Puff Staff
#...icionado than a tobacco leader like Davidoff.  The manufacturer received permission to issue this tribute line of cigars from Churchill’s grandson, Winston S. Churchill, who collaborated with David...
07-10-2009
Word count: 1710
Written by: Puff Staff
#...grower of cigar tobacco.  You could say that Manuel Quesada was born for the industry, as his family’s involvement reaches back all the way to the late 1800’s in Cuba, until being forced to move ...
25-09-2009
Word count: 2217
Written by: Paul Shoberg
#... fan of Mexican tobacco.  Better stated, I have never had a cigar with a majority of San Andrean tobacco that has ever done anything for me.  The Te-Amo’s have always let me down, the old RyJ Domi...
18-09-2009
Word count: 1095
Written by: Puff Staff
#...n and Dominican tobacco, blended by industry veteran Frank Llaneza.  It has an Ecuadorian Cubano wrapper with a broadleaf Nicaraguan binder noted for its excellent flavor.  If you did not know any b...
14-09-2009
Word count: 1841
Written by: Puff Staff
#... combination of tobacco from Honduras, Nicaragua, and other Latin American nations. The Blend 376 is solidly constructed and covered by a Mexican San Andres Morron wrapper with a Nicaraguan binder. Th...
28-08-2009
Word count: 1801
Written by: Puff Staff
...fer in terms of tobacco growth, Eiroa finally stumbled upon the Jamastran Valley along with his companion Tino Argudin.  Eiroa has remained for the decades since that discovery, and as a result, his ...
21-08-2009
Word count: 2277
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...ome very exotic tobaccos that could be included as filler in longer cigars that had previously been made with those tobaccos.   The Cusano 18 was the first of these cigars to appear and it featured...
19-08-2009
Word count: 1243
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...e leaves of one tobacco plant. Even though the various layers of a cigar use different leaves, each of these leaves can be found at the same time on a tobacco plant - where they’re found on a plant ...
12-08-2009
Word count: 1450
Written by: Paul Shoberg
#...er skimp on the tobacco.  They make a lot of lines, including MAXX, Vice, Family Blend, Occidental Reserve, Trilogy (those are the ones that were triangle pressed a few years ago), Spirit of Cuba, an...
05-08-2009
Word count: 1066
Written by: Paul Shoberg
#...d some scathing reviews, none of which I found to hold water.  In fact I can honestly say that I’ve never had a bad Hoyo de Monterrey Petite Robusto.  A bit milder overall then the Montecristo Pet...
29-07-2009
Word count: 1047
Written by: James Payne
#..., and where the tobacco is from. Find out the blend used. Do you enjoy the flavors typically associated with those countries, or the blends of tobacco used? If so, chances are in your favor that you w...
20-07-2009
Word count: 1127
Written by: Paul Shoberg
#...igar makers and tobacco cultivators behind this brand. There is value in just about every cigar that comes from El Rey Del Mundo, and in an economy like we are in value is king. The Honduran El Rey D...
10-07-2009
Word count: 965
Written by: Paul Shoberg
...on had the same tobacco makeup, consisting of an Ecuadorian wrapped Perfecto with Dominican binder and filler. The question is whether or not these beautiful cigars aged like the Mona Lisa or Joan Ri...
29-06-2009
Word count: 1066
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...Camelback, etc) tobacconists, an exploration that both Les and I had done some research for. It had been almost a decade since I’d been in the Phoenix area, and I remembered only one (1) shop - Chu...
10-06-2009
Word count: 2920
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...ther, cedar and tobacco that blend together well. Before lighting it smells and tastes pleasant … better than it looks.   Burn: I couldn’t find either of my 2 torch lighters (damnit), so I lit ...
08-06-2009
Word count: 757
Written by: James Payne
...l hub for Cuban tobacco imports (it remained so until the 1960s and the Cuban Embargo). There he began his own company and created the first cigars bearing his family name.   Carlos Fuente Sr., who...
13-05-2009
Word count: 1830
Written by: James Payne
...the rest of the tobacco world,  he decided to try and salvage his company, and through a series of fortunate events, wound up working with Davidoff maker, Hendrik Kelner to create a new brand. Four y...
07-05-2009
Word count: 1228
Written by: James Payne
#...ajestic Ometepe tobacco that I discussed in an earlier article, Hoyo makes some of the best cigars out there. Does this guy carry on in that rich tradition?   Wrapped in a Honduran wrapper and boun...
01-05-2009
Word count: 1711
Written by: James Payne
#...inican Republic tobacco, it features a dark brown wrapper, complimented with an oily sheen and a few veins smattered here and there.   For me, this cigar had an interesting mix of flavors, some I c...
27-04-2009
Word count: 1441
Written by: James Payne
#...d”. Featuring tobacco from what is arguably one of the rarest tobaccos on the planet, namely Nicaraguan Ometepe, the Legend is full-bodied and home to an excellent blend of flavors.   I would be ...
25-04-2009
Word count: 1426

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