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Blind Cigar Review: Dunbarton T&T | Sobremesa Elegante en Cedro Score 92%

Blind Cigar Review: Dunbarton T&T | Sobremesa Elegante en Cedro

“All around a great cigar. The flavor profile could have had a bit more of an evolution, but the core flavors were quite enjoyable though out and the retrohale provided a nice change from the standard draw. The creaminess of the smoke could have been a little more consistent as parts of the cigar produced thick creamy clouds but a lot of the time it was a little but thin. Overall a very good cigar that I would definitely smoke again. ” -Alan (Eulogy)

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Cigar News: Mombacho Announces Shipment of Cosecha 2013

The annual “Cosecha” release from Mombacho is being shipped to the United States, Europe, and Canada after a 7 week delay from Nicaraguan turmoil. The Coescha 2013 is the second of Mombacho Cigar’s annual release which is a true vintage release, meaning the tobaco in these cigars is from the year 2013 and the cigars were actually rolled 4 years ago and have been aging.

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Cigar News: Southern Draw Launching 300 Hands at 2018 IPCPR

Southern Draw Cigars will launch 300 HANDS at the 2018 IPCPR trade show in Las Vegas. 300 HANDS is a story of collaboration told through a new line of premium cigars from Southern Draw. The result of approximately 300 steps and the hands producing nearly identical bundles of well aged and naturally fermented tobaccos that we know as premium cigars.

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Quick Cigar Review: Dunbarton T&T | Muestra de Saka Unicorn

While the Diademas size was amazing I always find them a struggle with construction, burn, etc. This cigar from a construction point of view was on point. The burn was great, and the cigar smoked perfectly. Would I spend $100 on this cigar if it was regular production? Of course not. Definitely a treat to smoke and I was happy to get the chance. I give this a score of 93.

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Blind Cigar Review: Fonseca | Nicaragua Petite Corona Score 88%

Blind Cigar Review: Fonseca | Nicaragua Petite Corona

“There was a promising start with a nice mocha latte flavor. The flavors were balanced and not overpowering. However, as it moved into the second third the flavors mellowed and were hard to taste unless you took a long inhale and hold it. As the final third came, the flavors went south and became bitter. Not a great ending to a great start. If they could fix the final third and at least the flavors are still there it would be a great cigar.” -Eric (smalls29)

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Blind Cigar Review: Emilio | Cavatina Toro Score 92%

Blind Cigar Review: Emilio | Cavatina Toro

” The Cigar was so delicious out the gate. However, the lack of complexity and linear flavor profile of the Cigar could easily bore most people. I thoroughly enjoyed the flavors the tobacco provided as it was very delicious and the construction, burn and especially the draw was a top notch. A good cigar if you don’t want to be thrilled but enjoy a nice moderately peppery sweet smoke. ” -John A. (John A.)

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Cigar News: Crowned Heads TAA 2018 Announced

In 2014, Crowned Heads released their first TAA Exclusive cigar, with “The Angel’s Anvil” ad a clever play on the familiar acronym.  Since that first release, the yearly arrival of the TAA cigar from Crowned Heads has always been highly anticipated.  The team at Crowned Heads have not been afraid to mix it up either, changing the blend and vitola from year to year.  The release for 2018 will, once again, take risks and push boundaries.  This is something that has garnered Crowned Heads a loyal following and dedicated customers.

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