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Corojo Craze – Top 5 Corojo stogies

Corojo tobacco offers a rich and spicy flavor and aroma to cigars. Corojo wrappers are extremely oily and are typically a dark reddish brown color. Many Corojo wrappers lend a full-bodied flavor with hints of pepper, earth, cedar, and cocoa. Corojo smokes have a spicy quality and peppery smoothness that is not for the faint …

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Romeo y Julieta Edición Limitada On Sale

The Romeo y Julieta Edicion Limitada is undoubtedly the world famous brand’s most sought-after blend. These elegantly-presented stogies are made with silky San Andres Corojo wrapper leaves from Mexico, along with sturdy and spicy Nicaraguan Broadleaf binders and well-aged filler leaves from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua. To top it off, they come in intricately-decorated, …

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Cigar Review – Nestor Miranda Art Deco Robusto Grande

Nestor Miranda Art Deco is one of the lines that Miami Cigar & Co. debuted at the 2011 IPCPR. A Don “Pepin” Garcia blend, the Art Deco line is made with Dominican and Nicaraguan leaves, including a double binder (one from each country) and a Nicaraguan Corojo ’06 wrapper. I received a couple of samples …

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Rocky Patel “The Edge” Toro Sampler – Buy 3, Get 1 FREE

Blending a powerhouse stogie can be a tricky undertaking. It can be tough for a blender to strike a balance between strength, smoothness, and complexity, and sometimes stronger leaves (ligero leaves, for example) will cause burn problems if used improperly. Thankfully, Rocky Patel, being the magic worker that he is, produced one of the best …

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Flor de Oliva – One Of The Best Values In Our Humidor

When it comes to value cigars, the Oliva Cigar Co., makers of Oliva, as well as Cain and Nub, have it down to a science. Their Flor de Oliva line is made with 100 percent long-filler tobaccos and is available in countless sizes and four different tasty wrapper shades—Indonesian Sumatra, Ecuadorian-grown Connecticut, Nicaraguan Corojo, and …

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