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Partagas Ramon y Ramon Maxim Grande

Partagas Ramon y Ramon Maxim Grande


There are a number of reasons to review the Partagas Ramon y Ramon. To begin with, we haven’t yet. That is generally reason enough. Then there’s the whole regenerated vintage tobacco thing. That’s also interesting. But the real reason I’m lighting up the Ramon y Ramon this week is that I won a box on my trip to the Dominican Republic based on my blending, bunching and rolling skills in the General Cigar factory. And each one tastes like victory. …

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Aguila Cigars – Flight Review – CONTEST (Contest ended)

Aguila Cigars – Flight Review – CONTEST (Contest ended)

I was recently approached by iHavanas to review their new Aguila cigar line produced in Nicaragua.  iHavanas is mainly known for being one of the premier sellers of Cuban cigars, but with the growing interest in Europe for Nicaraguan cigars, iHavanas has brought out their own Nicaragua cigar for this new and growing fan base.  Not much is known about the blend except that it’s a Nicaraguan blend.  Here is the information I have on the Aguila, which means “eagle” …

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Davidoff Anniversario No. 3 702 Series

Davidoff Anniversario No. 3 702 Series

Davidoff released a new series called the 702 Series in February 2017.  The 702 Series use a special Ecuadorian Habano wrapper grown exclusively for these cigars at the San Juan finca near Cotopaxi in Ecuador.  The tobacco is a hybrid of 3 cuban seed habano tobaccos.  The farm is set in the foothills of the Andes mountains with volcanic soil making the growing area rich with nutrients and covered by clouds most of the year.  The wrapper replaces the Ecuadorian …

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Brian’s The Week In Smoke, Issue 108

Brian’s The Week In Smoke, Issue 108

Thanks to some poor lifestyle decisions made by a younger Brian and the present day dental consequences, I haven’t been able to enjoy that many cigars over the past week. So how can you post a new Week in Smoke? Asks the reasonable reader. Easy, is my response, these are all smoking visualization exercises, what I imagine it would be like to smoke the random assortment of cigars listed below. I’m just kidding. I already had a partially complete Week …

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Drew Estate Undercrown Shade Flying Pig

Drew Estate Undercrown Shade Flying Pig

Released at the 2016 IPCPR, Drew Estate added their famous Flying Pig size to the Undercrown Shade line.  This is the sixth Flying Pig release from Drew Estate following the Flying Pigs from Liga Privada No. 9, T52, Kentucky Fired Cured, Feral and Undercrown.  The Flying Pig is a very unique small perfecto size with a pigtail cap.  They are released in boxes of 12 and have the same blend as the regular Shades.

  • Wrapper:  Ecuadorian Connecticut
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