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Cigar News: Guayabera Lady Foundation and Fuente Family Announce 3rd Annual “Havana Nights”

The “Fuente Family Affair” event hits South Florida this October 25,...

Cigar News: Jordan Alexander III Premium Cigar Company Rebrands / Releases new Cigar

Partnered with the rebranding of the company, JA3Cigars is proud to officially announce a new blend produced through the Quesada Cigar Factory, expected to be released mid-Fall of 2014. Replacing the current corojo blend, the new release (known as the Jordan Alexander III Corojo) is constructed with a Dominican Corojo wrapper, Dominican binder, with Dominican and Nicaraguan filler.

Blind Cigar Review: G.A.R. | Deli Custom Blend Emmett’s Edition

“This was a really nice cigar! Good flavors, good performance, and a really great time! Lemme know what it is so I can get some!! Recommended to everyone.” -Jason H. (Jokey Smurf)

Review: G.A.R. | Deli Custom Blending Experience

Overall, I REALLY enjoyed this experience. It gave me an opportunity to do something that, until now, was only a dream. And the great thing is, anyone can do it. There are a few things I would add or improve, and hopefully those things will be changed in the future if this becomes more popular. Those few shortcomings are far outweighed by the awesome experience and attention to detail in presentation. I want to thank Natasha and George again for giving me the opportunity to review this product, I really enjoyed the experience and definitely recommend this to all the intermediate and advanced smokers out there.

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.

Blind Cigar Review: Don Lopez | El Gran Emperador

“The flavor profile was nice, but was a bit more muted than I would have liked. More defined or bold flavors would have certainly been appreciated. Not by any means a bad experience, but not one that really wowed me in any way either. Not sure I would be interested in giving this one another go anytime soon.” -Dave (mdwest)

IPCPR 2014: The Show in Pictures – Victor Calvo, Villiger and Warped

This year, we decided to give you a tour of the show through the pictures we took while we were there. Some are of new items, and some are just things we thought were interesting. These manufacturers were not sharing booth space, we just combined them into a single slideshow due to the number of pictures we had from each.

IPCPR 2014: The Show in Pictures – ted’s, Torano, Veritas and Viaje

This year, we decided to give you a tour of the show through the pictures we took while we were there. Some are of new items, and some are just things we thought were interesting. These manufacturers were not sharing booth space, we just combined them into a single slideshow due to the number of pictures we had from each.

Blind Cigar Review: Cordoba & Morales | Family Reserve Torpedo

“Overall this was a pleasant cigar to smoke. I couldn’t find anything flavor wise to make it outstanding but the construction, draw and burn have all been pretty much flawless. After it mellowed out from the beginning I am still getting some nice spice on the retrohale but overall it has been pretty mellow and nothing fantastic about the flavor. It did dry my mouth out a ton at the beginning, but due to its great construction and burn I was able to smoke it down to the nub. Depending on its price point I would have to think about getting more of these. It was a good smoke but nothing spectacular for me.” -Wes (SosaCub4Life)

IPCPR 2014: The Show in Pictures – Sindicato, Sosa, Sublimes and Tarazona

This year, we decided to give you a tour of the show through the pictures we took while we were there. Some are of new items, and some are just things we thought were interesting. These manufacturers were not sharing booth space, we just combined them into a single slideshow due to the number of pictures we had from each.

Blind Cigar Review: G.A.R. | Deli Custom Blend Emmett’s Edition

“This was a really nice cigar! Good flavors, good performance, and a really great time! Lemme know what it is so I can get some!! Recommended to everyone.” -Jason H. (Jokey Smurf)

Review: G.A.R. | Deli Custom Blending Experience

Overall, I REALLY enjoyed this experience. It gave me an opportunity to do something that, until now, was only a dream. And the great thing is, anyone can do it. There are a few things I would add or improve, and hopefully those things will be changed in the future if this becomes more popular. Those few shortcomings are far outweighed by the awesome experience and attention to detail in presentation. I want to thank Natasha and George again for giving me the opportunity to review this product, I really enjoyed the experience and definitely recommend this to all the intermediate and advanced smokers out there.

Blind Cigar Review: Don Lopez | El Gran Emperador

“The flavor profile was nice, but was a bit more muted than I would have liked. More defined or bold flavors would have certainly been appreciated. Not by any means a bad experience, but not one that really wowed me in any way either. Not sure I would be interested in giving this one another go anytime soon.” -Dave (mdwest)

Blind Cigar Review: Cordoba & Morales | Family Reserve Torpedo

“Overall this was a pleasant cigar to smoke. I couldn’t find anything flavor wise to make it outstanding but the construction, draw and burn have all been pretty much flawless. After it mellowed out from the beginning I am still getting some nice spice on the retrohale but overall it has been pretty mellow and nothing fantastic about the flavor. It did dry my mouth out a ton at the beginning, but due to its great construction and burn I was able to smoke it down to the nub. Depending on its price point I would have to think about getting more of these. It was a good smoke but nothing spectacular for me.” -Wes (SosaCub4Life)

Blind Cigar Review: Draig | Cayuquero Corona

“If it weren’t for the draw, this would have been an enjoyable cigar. As it was, I didn’t smoke it nearly as far down as I would prefer for a premium cigar, particularly for a review…it was just too much work, unfortunately. Maybe the next one will be better!” -Jason H. (Jokey Smurf)

Blind Cigar Review: Emilio | La Musa Mousa Lancero

“This cigar was a performer…looks, burn, draw and flavor…all top notch in my book. I could easily see myself paying in excess of $10 for these…a little speedy for everyday, but just right for a top notch smoke. Highly recommended for Lancero fans who like some flavor and enough strength to let you know it’s there…where can I get a box…or at least a fiver!?” -Jason H. (Jokey Smurf)

Blind Cigar Review: Ezra Zion | Eminence Belicoso Gran Toro

“This was an interesting cigar that hit me in just the right mood. I was quite pleased with my beverage pairing and found the deep flavors of the smoke to be quite complementary to the chocolate stout. I don’t think I would choose this cigar as the first of the day because it’s almost like a meal in itself…a hearty steak meal, with all the fixings! Quite good and quite satisfying.” -Jason H. (Jokey Smurf)

Blind Cigar Review: 1502 | Ruby Torpedo

“Ok, I’ll say it straight up, I loved this cigar! From its appearance, construction and through the smoke, this stogie was a joy. I can’t wait to hear what it is so I can go score some!” -Robert (NavyPiper)

Blind Cigar Review: Emilio | La Musa Melete Lancero

“As long a smoke as this cigar was, I nubbed it and wished that it wouldn’t stop. You just can’t beat a cigar with a great flavor profile and a great burn. If I had another one in the humidor, I would have went and gotten it to smoke it immediately. Someone send me another one or box! Seriously, I will be looking to pick some up on the reveal.” -Jason (bigslowrock)

Blind Cigar Review: Guayacan | Habano Robusto

“This ranks up there with one of the better blind cigars I’ve smoked. The coffee, leather and baking spices were perfectly balanced and changed up enough to keep it interesting. The added spice from time to time was appreciated as was the toast and char that showed up near the end. I would definitely grab more of these to enjoy.” -Gregg (McGreggor57)

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.

IPCPR 2014: The Show in Pictures – Victor Calvo, Villiger and Warped

This year, we decided to give you a tour of the show through the pictures we took while we were there. Some are of new items, and some are just things we thought were interesting. These manufacturers were not sharing booth space, we just combined them into a single slideshow due to the number of pictures we had from each.

IPCPR 2014: The Show in Pictures – ted’s, Torano, Veritas and Viaje

This year, we decided to give you a tour of the show through the pictures we took while we were there. Some are of new items, and some are just things we thought were interesting. These manufacturers were not sharing booth space, we just combined them into a single slideshow due to the number of pictures we had from each.

IPCPR 2014: The Show in Pictures – Sindicato, Sosa, Sublimes and Tarazona

This year, we decided to give you a tour of the show through the pictures we took while we were there. Some are of new items, and some are just things we thought were interesting. These manufacturers were not sharing booth space, we just combined them into a single slideshow due to the number of pictures we had from each.

IPCPR 2014: The Show in Pictures – Rocky Patel, RoMa Craft Tobac and Selected Tobacco

This year, we decided to give you a tour of the show through the pictures we took while we were there. Some are of new items, and some are just things we thought were interesting. These manufacturers were not sharing booth space, we just combined them into a single slideshow due to the number of pictures we had from each.

IPCPR 2014: The Show in Pictures – Perdomo

This year, we decided to give you a tour of the show through the pictures we took while we were there. Some are of new items, and some are just things we thought were interesting.

IPCPR 2014: The Show in Pictures – Oliva, Ortega, Padilla and Padron

This year, we decided to give you a tour of the show through the pictures we took while we were there. Some are of new items, and some are just things we thought were interesting. These manufacturers were not sharing booth space, we just combined them into a single slideshow due to the number of pictures we had from each.

IPCPR 2014: The Show in Pictures – Miami Cigar, Mombacho, Miura and Ocean State

his year, we decided to give you a tour of the show through the pictures we took while we were there. Some are of new items, and some are just things we thought were interesting. These manufacturers were not sharing booth space, we just combined them into a single slideshow due to the number of pictures we had from each.

IPCPR 2014: The Show in Pictures – La Flor Dominicana, Legend Cigars and Les Mousquetaires

This year, we decided to give you a tour of the show through the pictures we took while we were there. Some are of new items, and some are just things we thought were interesting. These manufacturers were not sharing booth space, we just combined them into a single slideshow due to the number of pictures we had from each.

Cigar News: Guayabera Lady Foundation and Fuente Family Announce 3rd Annual “Havana Nights”

The “Fuente Family Affair” event hits South Florida this October 25,...

Cigar News: Jordan Alexander III Premium Cigar Company Rebrands / Releases new Cigar

Partnered with the rebranding of the company, JA3Cigars is proud to officially announce a new blend produced through the Quesada Cigar Factory, expected to be released mid-Fall of 2014. Replacing the current corojo blend, the new release (known as the Jordan Alexander III Corojo) is constructed with a Dominican Corojo wrapper, Dominican binder, with Dominican and Nicaraguan filler.

Cigar News: A.J. Fernandez Releases Documentary

(Miami, Florida) August 11, 2014— A.J. Fernandez Cigars, recognized for creating some of the most acclaimed cigars in the industry proudly unveils a 13 minute documentary which went live today and can be seen on the home page of their website at: www.ajfernandezcigars.com.

Cigar News: U.S. Trademark Office Tries to Disallow “Gran Habano”

Miami, Florida, August 6, 2014 – Santa Cruz Tobacco, LLC., distributor to...

Cigar News: La Aurora to Ship Exclusive Preferido to Michael’s

Miami, FL, August 1, 2014 – Miami Cigar & Company and La Aurora are pleased to announce their collaboration with Michael’s Tobacco and the release of the LA Aurora Diamond Preferido in a 6×58 double Figurado.

IPCPR 2014: The Show in Pictures – Blue Mountain Cigars

This year, we decided to give you a tour of the show through the pictures we took while we were there. Some are of new items, and some are just things we thought were interesting. We will have a new slideshow for each major manufacturer and one big one for the smaller manufacturers.

IPCPR 2014: The Show in Pictures – General Cigar

This year, we decided to give you a tour of the show through the pictures we took while we were there. Some are of new items, and some are just things we thought were interesting. We will have a new slideshow for each major manufacturer and one big one for the smaller manufacturers.

IPCPR 2014: The Show in Pictures – C.L.E.

This year, we decided to give you a tour of the show through the pictures we took while we were there. Some are of new items, and some are just things we thought were interesting. We will have a new slideshow for each major manufacturer and one big one for the smaller manufacturers.

IPCPR 2014: The Show in Pictures – Drew Estate

This year, we decided to give you a tour of the show through the pictures we took while we were there. Some are of new items, and some are just things we thought were interesting. We will have a new slideshow for each major manufacturer and one big one for the smaller manufacturers.

IPCPR 2014: The Show in Pictures – My Father/Tatuaje

This year, we decided to give you a tour of the show through the pictures we took while we were there. Some are of new items, and some are just things we thought were interesting. We will have a new slideshow for each major manufacturer and one big one for the smaller manufacturers.

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