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Blind Cigar Review: Gran Habano | Blue In Green Churchill Score 91%

Blind Cigar Review: Gran Habano | Blue In Green Churchill

“A great mild medium two hour smoke when you have the time to sit back and enjoy a near masterpiece. I wish there was a bit more transitions at the halfway point, however the first and last third really shined and kept my attention to its various rich flavors. I would probably put money down on a box with a great blend like this to see how it progresses over tome for sure!” -John A. (Bostoneo)

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Cigar News: Alec Bradley Updates Filthy Hooligan to Have Three Wrappers

Alec Bradley announced today that this years version of the Black Markey Filthy Hooligan, it’s sixth, will have a tripple barber pole style. The cigar started off in its original form as an all-candela wrapper cigar, the became candela/maduro barber pole, now is candella/habano maduro/Jalapa barber pole.

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Cigar News: Providencia Announces La Misión Lancero

La Misión  translates to “The Mission” and makes the number of blends from the company five. La Misión tells the story of Providencia Cigars Founder Jim Faber’s “mission” to Honduras which started as a professional soccer player and turned into a mission to organize youth soccer camps to get boys and girls off the street in a gang littered environment.

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Blind Cigar Review: Macanudo | Inspirado Red Robusto Score 89%

Blind Cigar Review: Macanudo | Inspirado Red Robusto

“If you could roll up an espresso stout into a cigar, it would probably be a lot like this one. Cocoa nibs and coffee permeated the cigar from start to finish, with little else going on other than an increase of body. The flavors were good, but there was little to keep me interested for long.” –Isaac M. (The Nothing)

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Cigar News: Alec & Bradley Blind Faith Ships to Retailers

Since launching Alec Bradley Cigars, Alan Rubin has probably been mistakenly addressed as Alec Bradley a thousand times.  People just assume his name is Alec Bradley because, why would he not name his cigar company after himself.  For those who still don’t know, he named the cigar company for his sons, Alec and Bradley Rubin.  Now that they are of age, Alec and Bradley are excited to share responsibility in the company and this year they have released their own cigar.  Everything from the blending, design, marketing, and all other facets are handled exclusively by Alec and Bradley.  The cigar is called Blind Faith, and is now on the way to retailers. 

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Blind Cigar Review: Gran Habano | S.T.K. Black Dahlia Robusto Score 92%

Blind Cigar Review: Gran Habano | S.T.K. Black Dahlia Robusto

“This was a great smoking cigar. The variance and complexity of flavors offered were amazingly tasty and made it hard to not just want to hotbox this thing because it was THAT good. That being said, I’ll defiantly recommend this cigar to any smoker as it is a mild to medium stick with uddles of semi sweet flavors. I need a box… stat. ” –John A. (Bostoneo)

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