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Category: Erik Espinosa

Quick Cigar Review: Cornelius & Anthony | The Gent Corona

This was a very enjoyable cigar. There were plenty of flavors to keep me interested and kept looking at the cigar like mmmm mmm. This cigar would an excellent choice as your first cigar of the day with your favorite cup of joe. The draw was very nice and open, and had a razor sharp burn that needed no touch ups. I smoked the cigar with an inch to go, and would liked to have continue on, but it went out.

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Cigar News: Cornelius & Anthony Announce The Gent & Mistress

Cornelius & Anthony will have two new lines at this years IPCPR trade show: Mistress, and The Gent. Both cigars are being rolled at Erik Espinosa’s La Zona factory in Estelí, Nicaragua. Both will also have 4 vitolas and come in 20 count boxes for retail. They are also both limited production and exclusive to IPCPR attendees and not available again until next year’s show.

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Cigar News: Cubariqueño Announces Protocol Official Misconduct

Cubariqueño Cigar Co. has announced their fourth regular production cigar: Protocol Official Misconduct. Like all other Protocol cigar, they are being rolled at La Zona in Esteli. This will be initially available in one size, a 6 x 50 toro in boxes of 10 priced at $98.90 for the box. Official Misconduct carries on the tradition of Law Enforcement names for their cigars as owners Juan Cancel and Bill Ives are polices officers.

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Cigar News: Cigar Dojo Announces Protocol K9 with Cubariqueño

Cigar Dojo and Cubariqueño have announced a collaboration in the creation of a new cigar, the Protocol K9. Cubariqueño’s releases have been themed around law enforcement with their Protocol, Probably Cause, and Themis releases. Eric Guttormson’s brother-in-law is a K9 officer so it’s only fitting that their collaboration would center around a K9 theme.

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Top 25 Cigars of the Year – 2017

Each of our panelists were given 10 votes to towards our top 25. Order mattered on their votes as their #1 vote is worth twice as much as their #10. Our list is made up of cigars that had a wide release this year. The cigars that are eligible do not have to have been reviewed on Blind Man’s Puff, but the reviewer must have smoke it at some point to vote for it.

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Blind Cigar Review: Espinosa | Murcielago Robusto Score 91%

Blind Cigar Review: Espinosa | Murcielago Robusto

“This was a pretty long smoke for a robusto, taking almost an hour and a half to complete. I enjoyed this one a lot and intentionally smoked it slow and cool. Very nice flavors and great performance. I’ll be seeking this one out again for sure. ” -Dave W. (mdwest)

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Blind Cigar Review: Moya Ruiz | Il Ridotto Biribi Score 89%

Blind Cigar Review: Moya Ruiz | Il Ridotto Biribi

“This was an interesting cigar with many flavor shifts. I wish the final third would have stayed cool enough to finish because I feel that this has a chance to be something special. I’ll definitely revisit this again once the reveal is complete.” -Jason H. (Jokey Smurf)

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Blind Cigar Review: Espinosa | Reggae DREAD Score 90%

Blind Cigar Review: Espinosa | Reggae DREAD

“This is a damn good cigar. It was slightly milder than I typically prefer but the interesting mix of flavors kept my attention and didn’t leave me wanting more. I’d recommend this to anyone who likes a cigar that is just south of medium strength and would also have no issues handing one to my friends who seldom smoke. This one is worthy of smoking to the nub and is worthy of a place in my humidor.” -Jason H. (Jokey Smurf)

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