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Cigar Review- Gran Habano- Habano #3 Gran Robusto

While I am pretty well-versed when it comes to big-name cigar brands, Gran Habano is one that I have very little experience with. Having only smoked one of their sticks in the past (the powerful Czar Corojo #5), I selected the Habano #3 for today’s review partially to get a little more familiar with the brand, …

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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 101: Country of Manufacture vs. Origin of the Tobacco

Lately we’ve been seeing a little confusion from aspiring cigar aficionados about what country of origin has to do with the actual taste of a cigar. That’s why today’s Cigar 101 is about a cigar’s country of manufacture vs. where its tobacco is grown. A cigar’s country of manufacture refers solely to the country in …

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Cigar Blog Roundup: Cinco de Mayo con cigarros

Well, it’s almost that time of year again… time to crack a Corona, light up a stogie and fiesta until your sombrero falls off. Gary at About.com celebrates Mexican cigars in his recent blog post praising Te-Amo, arguably the finest Mexican puro around. Cultivated in the San Andres Valley in Mexico where the soil and …

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