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Ask The Readers: What does it take to put on a good cigar event?

Ask The Readers: What does it take to put on a good cigar event?

At this very moment it is 61 degrees and sunny in my little piece of Pennsylvania. It is a beautiful day (for a change) and I find myself holed up in Sir Stogies with a little glass of Zaya and a Drew Estate Undercrown.

So, why am I wasting such a beautiful day inside? Well, it is 5:16pm on a Thursday and I just realized that I have absolutely nothing scheduled to post here on Stogie Review tomorrow. What better …

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Brian’s The Week In Smoke, Issue 80

Brian’s The Week In Smoke, Issue 80

It’s once time again for another issue of Brian’s The Week In Smoke. In case this is your first Week in Smoke, be advised that it covers many (though not necessarily all) of the cigars I’ve smoked in the past week (or the past month, or however long it has been since the last issue), along with a couple of quick thoughts that came to me at the time. These are not full cigar reviews, but quick blurbs based …

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Selected Tobaccos Seleccion de Marcas Part 2 – Byron Londineses

Selected Tobaccos Seleccion de Marcas Part 2 – Byron Londineses

For Part 2 of the 3 part review of the Seleccion de Marcas from Selected Tobaccos courtesy of 2 Guys Smoke Shop, I will be reviewing the Byron Londineses.  This is the second cigar in the sampler pack and is part of the Byron line.  The Byron line is sold in jars of 25 and come in 3 different sizes.  The Londineses is a robusto grande at 5 1/2 x 54 with an unknown blend.  The 2 Guys Smoke Shop …

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Perdomo Double Aged SunGrown 12 Year Salomon

Perdomo Double Aged SunGrown 12 Year Salomon

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This week I take on a super long named cigar, the Perdomo Double Aged SunGrown 12 Year in the Salomon shape. These are available in Connecticut, sungrown and maduro wrappers and I hope to try each one but probably in different vitolas since the salomon runs $12 MSRP.

Again my tablet decided to freak out and scrub my notes so its gonna be short. You always can watch that video to get more information.

Starting out the Perdomo Double

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Punch Signature

Punch Signature

As much as I like to think I am young and hip, when it comes to the marketing of cigars, I am a traditionalist at heart. I don’t like flashy packaging (does anyone remember the lighted CAO Vision boxes?) and detest a cigar which comes with its own gimmicky back-story (ORTSAC 1962 and the Cuban Missile Crisis).

Last week, when a five-pack of Punch Signature Cigars arrived in the mail, I was torn. The new Punch Signature had a …

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