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Blind Cigar Review: J.C. Newman | Diamond Crown Maximus No. 4 Toro Score 87%

Blind Cigar Review: J.C. Newman | Diamond Crown Maximus No. 4 Toro

“Overall, this was an okay stick, however not something I myself would seek out. While it was fairly consistent in flavor, it did switch up things to a slight sweeter note on the second half. This would pair wonderfully with a port wine, porter & stout beer with its robust flavors and sweetness options they provide. Burn, construction and draw were spot on for this sample and couldn’t of asked for much better. If you like dark, char, and a bit of chocolate covered cherry sweetness, check out this blend for your enjoyment!” -John A. (Bostoneo)

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Blind Cigar Review: Quorum | Maduro Toro Score 90%

Blind Cigar Review: Quorum | Maduro Toro

“The first third was good with flavors of woods and dark fruit with a nice sweet finish. The second third was mediocre at best and at one point I considered putting it down. I’m glad I didn’t though because it picked back up in the final third where it shined. I wouldn’t pay a premium for this one, but I would smoke it again. ” -James H. (Keikan Jim)

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Contest: Win a box of Brick House Culebras from J.C. Newman

Today, we are giving away some very cool prizes from J.C. Newman Cigar Co., 5 boxes of the super-rare Brick House Culebras. These are only available at J.C. Newman events and are not for sale. A culebra is three different cigars twisted into one, meant to be separated and shared with friends. The Brick House Culebra contains one of each of the three blends in the line: Double Connecticut, Maduro and Natural. All of the Brick House cigars are rolled at the J.C. Newman PENSA factory in Estelí, Nicaragua. On top of the cigars, we will be including some shirts from J.C. Newman to the first 3 winners.

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Cigar News: J.C. Newman Announces The American

J.C. Newman Cigar Company has announced it’s latest project: The American. It will be launched at two events happening at the same time in Orlando and Tampa on Friday, May 31st. What makes this project so unique is that it is 100% American. It is made from tobacco grown in the US and rolled at J.C. Newman’s El Reloj factory in Ybor City, Florida. In addition, the boxes, bands, labels, molds, cellophane tubes, and everything else is made in the United States. This cigar was originally released in 1910.

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Quick Cigar Review: Diamond Crown | Julius Caeser 1895 Perfecto

This cigar while the first two thirds had a similar profile this for sure wasn’t a bad thing.   Enjoyed this cigar from beginning to end and always happy for that next puff.    I have smoked plenty of the Julius Caesar in other sizes and have to say this perfecto was a treat.   If you have a Diamond Crown lounge near you pick one up!

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IPCPR 2014: The Show in Pictures – The Full List

Since the show, we had been publishing the various slideshows of the different booths we took pictures of. Here you can see the full list and click directly to the slideshow as the manufacturers are listed in alphabetical order.

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