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Cigar News: Alec Bradley Ships Fine & Rare JRS10 = (86)

The first Limited Edition Fine & Rate was released seven years ago. Alan Rubin wanted to make “the most complex cigar the world has ever seen.” The goal was to use 10 different tobaccos in the same blend and has become an annual release. This years’ is the Fine & Rare JRS10 = (86), a 6 ½” X 56 Ring Gauge Parejo, which is actually the second time this blend has been released, it was also the 2015 release.

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Blind Cigar Review: Drew Estate | Liga Privada H99 Toro Score 94%

Blind Cigar Review: Drew Estate | Liga Privada H99 Toro

“This was a thoroughly enjoyable smoke that I could recommend to anyone that enjoys medium bodied and flavorful cigars. The flavor profile of light brown sugar, spices, and figs were very enjoyable as they each took turns highlighting themselves. Definitely a box where the smoke that I would buy multiples of!” -John A. (Bostoneo)

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Blind Cigar Review: Ventura | Archetype Cloaks Score 91%

Blind Cigar Review: Ventura | Archetype Cloaks

“This was a very tasty cigar for me and hit a lot of different flavor notes that my palette enjoyed immensely. There was enough variation and change that I was kept interested and paid more attention while smoking because of the constant nuanced changes. This is a great cigar for almost any level of cigar smoker. Not too strong for a beginner and complex enough for the seasoned smoker’s palette.” -Diana (ArmyRN)

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Cigar News: Drew Estate Ships Florida Sun Grown Limited Edition Trunk Press Toro

Drew Estate announced today that the Florida Sun Grown FSG Limited Edition Trunk Press Toro was shipping to Drew Diplomat. The blend of this edition is different from the regular line of FSG cigars using a Connecticut River Valley Broadleaf wrapper, Mexican binder, with one full leaf of Florida Sun Grown Cuban Seed Corojo, along with fillers from Nicaragua and Honduras. The regular line uses a Brazilan Arapiraca Maduro wrapper Honduran Habano binder, and Florida Sun Grown & Nicaragua filler.

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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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Quick Cigar Review: Warped | Moon Garden Lancero

I really enjoyed this cigar from start to finish. It’s hard to describe just how well all of the elements of this cigar worked together to provide such an enjoyable experience but every bit of this cigar just worked for me. I am normally not a fan of really strong cigars but this one just did it for me. I picked up a five pack of these just based on the Warped name alone and really wish I had bought the whole box. If you can get your hands on one I would say go for it.

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Blind Cigar Review: Tatuaje | Nuevitas Estelí Score 92%

Blind Cigar Review: Tatuaje | Nuevitas Estelí

“I really liked this cigar. It performed beautifully, it gave me lots of sweet chocolate flavors with a bit of white pepper and some baking spices. It never got above a medium in strength, and I even caught myself a few times looking at the cigar and saying out loud “Wow this is good.” Would definitely smoke more, if not purchase a box. ” -Mickey T. (irratebass)

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Cigar News: Cigars International Opens Store in Dallas

Cigars International has just opened a Super Store in the suburbs of Dallas-Fort Worth. This makes Cigars International’s fourth retail store and the first outside of Pennsylvania. The store was built in just six months and is located in a mixed-use development called Grandscape in The Colony.

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Blind Cigar Review: Nestor Miranda Collection | Corojo Coffee Break Score 92%

Blind Cigar Review: Nestor Miranda Collection | Corojo Coffee Break

“Even though this cigar was a mild/medium taste, the woody flavors had a nice balance throughout. There were flavors of oak and cherry wood with a nice campfire aroma coming from the smoke. The after-taste was not over powering and left a nice taste behind. Even though a bitter flavor showed, it did not come until almost at the end. Overall I am very pleased and would love to enjoy this one again.” -Eric (smalls29)

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Blind Man's Puff - Cigar Reviews, Ratings, News, Tips, Tricks

Blind Man's Puff - Cigar Reviews, Ratings, News, Tips, Tricks

Blind Man's Puff - Cigar Reviews, Ratings, News, Tips, Tricks
Blind Man's Puff - Cigar Reviews, Ratings, News, Tips, Tricks

Blind Man's Puff - Cigar Reviews, Ratings, News, Tips, Tricks

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Blind Cigar Review: Drew Estate | Liga Privada H99 Toro Score 94%

Blind Cigar Review: Drew Estate | Liga Privada H99 Toro

"This was a thoroughly enjoyable smoke that I could recommend to anyone that enjoys medium bodied and flavorful cigars. The flavor profile of light brown sugar, spices, and figs were very enjoyable as they each took turns highlighting themselves. Definitely a box where the smoke that I would buy multiples of!" -John A. (Bostoneo)

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Cigar News: Alec Bradley Ships Fine & Rare JRS10 = (86)

The first Limited Edition Fine & Rate was released seven years ago. Alan Rubin wanted to make "the most complex cigar the world has ever seen." The goal was to use 10 different tobaccos in the same blend and has become an annual release. This years' is the Fine & Rare JRS10 = (86), a 6 ½” X 56 Ring Gauge Parejo, which is actually the second time this blend has been released, it was also the 2015 release.

Blind Man's Puff - Cigar Reviews, Ratings, News, Tips, Tricks
Blind Man's Puff - Cigar Reviews, Ratings, News, Tips, Tricks