New Cigars 10.30.15.
Happy Halloween, folks! I think we can all agree that there’s nothing scarier than cracking the lid to your humidor to find a bunch of boring old smokes. Luckily, we’ve got nothing to fear when there’s killer New Cigars like these to be had:
Pete Johnson’s limited edition Monster Series cigar for 2015, The Hyde features an Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper over Nicaraguan binder and filler tobaccos for a terrifyingly tasty small-batch blend with notes of coffee, wood, dark chocolate, and leathery undertones. Keeping in line with last year’s Jekyll, only 4,500 boxes of 10 Hyde cigars were produced.
Want to enjoy these rare, seasonal smokes without falling victim to the price-gougers? No problem – get them here, but get them quick as we only have a few boxes to go around. And by “a few,” I mean less than ten. Actually, it’s less than six. Okay, it’s 5. We have 5 boxes, people, come and get ‘em.
Partagas 170th Aniversario
Blended in honor of Partagas Cigars impressive 170 years in business(!), Partagas 170th Aniversario cigars combine filler leaves from Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic with a spicy Habano Connecticut binder and an awesomely flavorful African Cameroon wrapper leaf grown in the fertile Kadey region of Cameroon. The resulting cigar produces a robust, medium bodied smoke delivering vivid and balanced flavors of wood, sweetness, cream, cocoa, spice, and more, but don’t take my word for it, take Brian’s. Sound good? It is.
Hop over here to get yours at the lowest price that we’re allowed to offer. EDIT 1.13.16. – Partagas 170th Aniversario is no longer available.
Neya F8 by Roberto P. Duran
To give you an idea of what the Neya F8 by Roberto P. Duran is all about, the secondary band on the cigars reads “Ligero Typhoon.” So, yeah, it’s not for the meek of mouth. In fact, it’s loaded with full-blast rich and sweet taste, courtesy of a blend that’s heavy on the well-fermented Nicaraguan ligero leaves under a Habana Ecuador wrapper. This stick starts off full flavored and only builds in intensity as you burn through it, letting off molotov-cocktail-style surges of pepper, creamy wood, sugarcane, and earth along the way. If it’s an eventful smoke with original character and some real “pop” you seek, you could do far worse than adding some Neya F8 to your stash.
That’s it for this week, friends. If you’re in the neighborhood, stop by my place tomorrow night with your goodie bags and ring the doorbell. I’ll be handing out Ramrods.
Ta-ta for now,