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Cigar Review: Diamond Crown Julius Caeser Pyramid

Cigar Review: Diamond Crown Julius Caeser Pyramid

Size: Pyramid 6 1/2 x 52 Wrapper: Ecuadorian Havana Seed Binder: Unknown Central American leaf? Filler: “A robust blend of Central American tobaccos”   So lets begin with the story of the Diamond Crown Julius Caeser.  J.C. Newman Cigar Company is the name of the...
Padron 1926 Maduro No.48 TAA Cigar Review

Padron 1926 Maduro No.48 TAA Cigar Review

Several cigar companies have created cigars only available to TAA members. TAA members make up roughly the top 10% of retail cigar shops by sales volume in the US. They meet each year in an exotic destination for meetings, seminars and a trade show. TAA cigar releases...
Cigar Cafe Radio Romeo Anejo | Caldwell King is Dead | TAA 2016

Cigar Cafe Radio Romeo Anejo | Caldwell King is Dead | TAA 2016

  Everyone has a different cigar flavor profile. Caldwell’s The King Is Dead is a nice smooth medium-bodied Dominican Puro. Robert Caldwell is one of the innovators in the cigar industry who really pushes the envelope of creating new cigar blends. The Eiroa First 20...
Steve Saka’s Sobremesa, AVO Synchro, FDA, And The Powerball

Steve Saka’s Sobremesa, AVO Synchro, FDA, And The Powerball

Cigar smoking is off to a full-bodied start with Steve Saka’s new blend, Sobremesa, AVO Syncro, the first Nicaraguan cigar in the AVO line, and Cork and Carry’s amazing Beer Garden. Thinking of going on vacation to Orange Beach, Alabama for the first time? Make plans...
Eiroa First 20 Years Cigar Review

Eiroa First 20 Years Cigar Review

By Lane Oden Holy Smokes! Do you have a moment to talk about our lord and savior Christian Eiroa? In 1995, Christian Eiroa entered the cigar business working for his father, Julio, at Caribe. Later that year, the family purchased Camacho cigars where Christian was...

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