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Written by: Patrick
...odied smoke, no where near a Edge Corojo. But definately enough body to not be a lightweight. However the G2 is full flavored, flavors bursting at the seems from beginning to end, ranging from a s...
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Written by: HeavyMetal
...y (finally!!!!) where I thoroughly enjoyed this fine parejo and a nice port. My initial impression was a finely aged cigar with notes of fruit, nuts, and a rich creaminess. About a quarter of t...
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Written by: ram416
... draw. That’s where I suddenly remembered where that smell came from. It was from my past, when I could get Cuban Romeo Y Julietas! Although not dead on, this was the closest I’ve come in ye...
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Written by: Cigar Guy Tim in Australia where a good cigar can cost you an arm in price, and these are inexpensive – then give it a try. So here is my rating for the Nino Vasquez: The Buddy Factor – He left very q...
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Written by: Rick McLaughlin
#...ight, 'Fatman', where are you going with this and where is the recipe?" Well, what I'm going to share with you is my method for smoking/grilling what my family calls "Oh My God" Pork Ribs, one of a s...
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Written by: Puff Staff
...years RTDA show where the brothers had their show stopping Smokin’ Toad sitting at the booth puffing away on a cigar. The toad is a 3 ft high cartoon toad statue that was discovered by Michael Maken...
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Written by: Puff Staff
#...gar is the area where reviewers usually vary the least in their opinions, and this was typical of the Cumbres de Puriscal Green Band Corona.  An “A minus” as the high point and a “D” as t...
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Written by: Puff Staff
...bers' only area where men can enjoy their favorite cigars in the state-of-the-art ventilated cigar lounge or just relax in the smoke-free lounge. Members are invited to bring their own cigars or purch...
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Written by: Puff Staff
#...f the debate is where the toilet water flows the opposite way! There is no Big Dipper – we have the Southern Cross in the sky at night. We are in the land where you can eat one of the two national e...
Word count: 1907
Written by: Cigar Guy Tim
#...d the World – Where can we smoke today? What is better with Cigars – Bourbon, Scotch or Port? Does a Cigar have to cost a lot to be a Great Cigar? And of course the Great Cuban/American C...
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Written by: Puff Staff
#...ourse flavor is where the rubber hits the road in a cigar review. There aren’t a lot of repeat buyers of a well constructed cigar that provided reason to tongue scrape. Expecting much, receiving l...
Word count: 556
Written by: Jamz
#...such. T25C - Where did the name Bucanero come from, along those same lines, you have some unique cigar names, is there a story behind them? RS - Bucanero is the name of the Spanish pirates that s...
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Written by: Patrick Lauer
#...leveland, Ohio, where a large number of Hungarians had settled before them. J.C. didn’t want to become a tailor like his brothers so his mother paid a cigar maker $3.00 a month to teach her son J.C....
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274. Don Diego
Written by: Iceman
...te. I have read where Don Diego’s are compared with a Macanudo. I disagree completely. The Don Diego, while mild, has quite a bit more flavor and taste than a Macanudo. At half the price of a Macanu...
Word count: 553
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...m in Nicaragua, where he graduated with a university degree in agronomical engineering. His most relevant work focused on all aspects of agricultural research in cigar tobacco. He gained expertise i...
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Written by: Iceman
#...te. I have read where Don Diego’s are compared with a Macanudo. I disagree completely. The Don Diego, while mild, has quite a bit more flavor and taste than a Macanudo. At half the price of a Macanu...
Word count: 417
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...idualist. As to where a brand like ACID fits into that equation, I have no clue nor do I really care, ideally what I want is for everyone to give our cigars a try and decide for themselves. If they su...
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Written by: Patrick Lauer
#...t back to Tampa where he secured a job at Perfecto Garcia. When the Embargo was to commence, Angel Oliva offered my father to go to Honduras and try to grow tobacco. At this time, tobacco was being gr...
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Written by: Puff Staff
#...os Santos luck, wherever they are.  Remember what our parents told us, "if at first you don't succeed, try try again"....
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Written by: Puff Staff
...private clubs - where can we smoke? Only on street corners, which - as the antismokers are well aware - makes us feel bad and look bad. And then we’re in trouble for making noise or leaving fag-...
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