Vital Stats Vitola: ToroLength: 6″Ring Gauge: 54Country of Origin: HondurasWrapper: Mexican San Andreas MaduroBinder: Mexican San Andreas MaduroFiller: Nicaragua, PanamaFactory: G.R. Tabacaleras Co.Blender: George...
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"This cigar demands your attention. It's spicy up front but with complexity behind it, then towards the end, when it knows it has your complete attention, it mellows out and shines through with it's baking spices and creamy flavors." -Emmett (rhetorik)
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"Just gorgeous looking. Almost a perfect wrapper in color and smoothness. Looks to be maybe a habano wrapper. The pig tail is the icing on the cake of the triple cap. The only thing keeping it from a perfect score is the slightly oblong roundness." -Emmett (rhetorik)
Miami, Florida, July 16, 2014 – G.R. Tabacaleras Co. Cigar Factory, owned and operated by George Rico in Little Havana, announces that a new edition of a very popular S.T.K. cigar will be unveiled this summer, joining the S.T.K. Miami American Puro and Barracuda lines.
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This is a compilation of our favorite budget cigars, some we have reviewed, some we have not. We will try and get to reviewing all of these eventually and we will keep adding more bargains as we find them.
"Initially, I get a lot of that leather taste I picked up in pre-light and a medium amount of pepper spice. Once we get into it, I'm getting a combination of chocolate, cream and coffee, like a latte. Very nice! The draw and burn are performing admirably for such a large ring gauge. Towards the end of the third, I start picking up a dry wood, not quite distinguishable." -Emmett (rhetorik)
Federico Frum, the Colombian born street artist that goes by the name, Mas Paz, has traveled the world using his art to inspire and transform neighborhoods in the developing world. The proceeds of this new project will go towards a non-profit organization that will fund La Casa de la Madre y el Niño, an orphanage in Bogota, Colombia.