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#...uadorian Cubano wrapper with a broadleaf Nicaraguan binder noted for its excellent flavor.  If you did not know any better, taking a quick glance at the Siglo Limited Reserve IV from a distance you w...
Word count: 1841
Written by: Puff Staff
...with its Corojo wrapper and binder coming from the nation, as well as its tobacco, which is a blend of leaves from valleys of Condega, Esteli, and Jalapa.  The Perdomo Patriarch Corojo Torpedo meas...
Word count: 1936
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...igars - for the wrapper and filler might be what you’re looking for. Of course these are going to be more expensive but then special occasions do call for a very special cigar and there’s nothing ...
Word count: 1398
Written by: Puff Staff
#...ian Connecticut wrapper with a Nicaraguan binder, and is highlighted by the company’s nostalgic band. It definitely feels like your grandfather’s type of cigar, as it is very rigid to the touch. T...
Word count: 1801
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...rk on the cigar wrapper and that’s where the sweet spot is for cutting the cap.   When you’re ready to actually cut the cap make sure that you make the cut with a swift cut with firm pressure a...
Word count: 1813
Written by: Puff Staff
...he cigar.  The wrapper is from the Jamastran Valley in Honduras, and the binder is also Honduran.  The Camacho Limited Harvest Torpedo is filled with tobacco from Honduras as well.  Physically, the...
Word count: 2277
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...n’t stain the wrapper.  And there is one of the secrets to the success of Cusano Cigars. Michael Chiusano became interested in the business of making and marketing cigars because he was a cigar sm...
Word count: 1243
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...cigar.   The wrapper - or "volado" - is the first thing we all see in a cigar, and this is important because the wrapper governs the way a cigar looks and feels. Presentation is very important, fo...
Word count: 1450
Written by: Paul Shoberg
#...and richly hued wrapper befits this nice little stick of tobacco with its leather taste that has some minor caramel hints to it. I bet it would go well with a Dairy Queen…just kidding. I need to wo...
Word count: 1067
Written by: Paul Shoberg
#...uran Criollo 98 wrapper with 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 somethin...
Word count: 1066
Written by: Paul Shoberg
#...o” like light wrapper.  This is another cigar that’s extremely fresh out of the box, aging is strongly recommended, and I go out at least a year with mine.  Like many of the cigars we talked abo...
Word count: 1118
Written by: Paul Shoberg
#...razilian Maduro wrapper with a Dominican Habano binder.  Designed to be a full bodied cigar with a medium/strong flavor profile, the folks at Flatbed want you to be able to enjoy the Panace Red robus...
Word count: 1070
Written by: James Payne
#... can damage the wrapper if the two should ever come in contact. But do not fear – there is a simple solution. You can remove the resin with the use of acetone, after which you should then sand the ...
Word count: 1730
Written by: Paul Shoberg
#...he white tissue wrapper, and continue to go on about what a surprise the cigar was to them. As I sat down and revisited this long lost friend, many of his personality traits quickly came back to ...
Word count: 965
Written by: James Payne a cellophane wrapper. Should I leave that on or take it off?   Answer: You are not alone in asking this question; in fact, it seems everyone asks this one at some point in time, including yours ...
Word count: 1965
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...der Connecticut wrapper earlier in the day (Ashton, Diamond Crown, Avo, Don Diego, Dunhill.) A medium bodied stick between midday and dinner (RYJ, Punch, Partagas, CAO, Perdomo, or Fuente.) And after ...
Word count: 1214
Written by: Paul Shoberg
... the Ecuadorian wrapper.  If I had written this review before I saw the outrageous price people were trying to get for the cigar I’d say it had matured into a world class representation of a Davido...
Word count: 1066
Written by: James Payne
#...ove it from the wrapper (being very careful of course, so that you do not rip it), or you can just open up the end of the cellophane, allowing it to “breathe”. This way, when you are ready to take...
Word count: 1767
Written by: Paul Shoberg a Ecuadorian wrapper, Dominican and Honduran filler, and Mexican binder. The original retail price of the cigar was $7.50, but as I said earlier checking JR, they are quickly being cleared out. Tha...
Word count: 1037
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#... related to the wrapper, and selected a Vartan “Zoravar” Belicoso. Yes, this was Ambassador’s ‘house blend.’ The only similarity it bears to other tobacconists’ ‘house blends’ or ‘h...
Word count: 2920

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