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BCP Break Room: Father’s Day Edition

For this special Father’s Day edition of our BCP Break Room we decided to give our regular staff reviewers a break to shine the spotlight on some of the cigar-smoking Dad’s of BCP. Here’s what they had to say about their stogie picks:

Customer Service Rep Tracy’s dad, Tony – El Baton


“For this review Tracy brought me a cigar I had not tried before, the El Baton. As always, she picked the right one for me, this cigar was rich, spicy, and strong, just how i like em’. I recommend this to anyone who enjoys a real full-bodied smoke.”






Customer Service Rep Charlie’s dad, Chuck – Nat Sherman 1930


“After a successful fishing trip Charlie and I decided to celebrate with a good cigar, the Nat Sherman 1930. It turned out to be the perfect way to end our day. The cigar burned slowly and evenly with clean, mild flavor and a great aroma. I will certainly be smoking this one again.”





Sales Analyst Kayle’s dad, Rick – Gurkha Prize Fighter
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“The Gurkha Prize Fighter was a relatively “dry” smoke, it lit easily. burned evenly, and was very
smooth with not a trace of harshness. The flavor was great, I “enhanced” it a bit by dipping the head in bourbon (Bookers) before lighting. This cigar was nicely aromatic with a light white smoke and solid ash that held on firmly, reaching about an inch before being released with a gentle tap. I will definitely smoke the Prize Fighter again, I had Kayle add it to the list of cigars she usually sends me.”




Graphic Designer Kevin’s dad, Ray – Mythos


“Kevin and I took a break from working on our enclosed porch to light up the Mythos. The cigar had a great, rich taste with a little bit of sweetness and burned nice and straight the whole way through. The Mythos provided a good 30-40 minutes of relaxation and was a nice excuse to step away from our work for a bit.”





Happy Father’s Day to all you Dads out there. Leave a comment below and let us know what you’ll be lighting up this Father’s Day!

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