Fatso Cigars are Once Again Available…While Supplies Last

The Berger and Argenti Fatso Cigar is once again available, but only while supplies last. We just received all the remaining Fatso cigars that were made. It’s only a few boxes but if you act quickly, you’ll get one of those precious boxes and see for yourself why every real aficionado wanted them when they […]

Best of the Best Cigar

For those who enjoy the luxury lifestyle the Robb Report’s June issue is a must-read. It’s the issue that publishes the annual “Best of the Best” awards. The award recognizes products and services of excellence. For 2010 the “Best of the Best” award goes to …(drum roll)… Berger & Argenti for their CLASICO cigar.  Robb Report selected the Berger & Argenti Clasico based on its […]

Maduro Cigars Get Five Stars

Maduros range in taste from mild to full-bodied, depending on the tobacco used and how the dark, almost black wrapper was processed. True Maduro cigar lovers enjoy the stronger taste that brings the earthy and dark chocolate tastes. That’s why we conducted a small experiment with the J.L. Salazar y Hermanos Reserva Especial Series cigars. It’s a […]

Cigar Shop Best Sellers – Don Kiki Brown Label

Cigar Shop Best Cigar - Don Kiki Brown Label

Guest review of the Cuban Crafters Cubano Claro

Originally posted by the Stogie Guys Desflorado tobacco, from what I understand, is difficult and laborious to grow, which is why sticks that use this finicky leaf are relatively expensive and hard to come by. Our friends at Cuban Crafters, however, have come out with an affordable lineup of cigars that make use of this […]

Guest review of the Medina 1959 Miami Edition Lancero

Medina 1959 Miami Edition with serial number Originally posted by Tom Ufer, Tampa Cigar Examiner Length: 7 1/2 inches Ring Gauge: 38 Wrapper: Sumatran Binder: Nicaraguan Filler: Nicaraguan My thanks to Cuban Crafters Cigars for providing samples for this review. The Medina 1959 Miami blend was created by Master Roller Manuel Medina. Mr. Medina started […]

Guest review of the Medina 1959 Miami Edition

Originally posted by CigarInspector.com Origin : USA Format : Robusto Size : 5 x 50 Wrapper : Sumatra Filler : Nicaragua Binder : Nicaragua Hand-Made Price : $189.99 for a box of 25 More info about purchasing Medina 1959 Miami Robusto cigars… This review comes courtesy of Nicky187, the winner of our Cigar Rights contest. […]

Guest review of the Medina 1959 Miami Edition

Originally posted by CigarPalace.WordPress.com This Cigar was introduced By Cuban Crafters last November as I remember. As mentioned in their website it was called after the Master Roller “Manuel Medina who played a formidable role in Cuba’s cigar history. He started as a roller at the H. Upmann factory in Cuba. His talents were quickly […]

Guest Review of the Cuban Crafters Cabinet Selection Toro

Originally posted by CigarsReviewed.com Name: Cuban Crafters Cabinet Selection Toro Appearance: Habano Wrapper leaf from Ecuador, Habano 2000 Binder, and Cuban Seed Habano Filler. Burning: Even burn, Good draw, No relight. Construction: Well Constructed, Wrapper stayed intact. Taste: Full-bodied, Earthy, Leathery, with spice notes. Grade: A Final Comments: This was a wonderful rich, smooth cigar. […]

Guest review of the Medina 1959

Originally posted by Bryan Glynn of CigarObsession.com This 6.5×52 stick offered a mild experience with smooth light smoke, offering a woody and slightly sweet taste, best described as butterscotch at points. A creamy nuttiness ended it, with a short clean finish all the way through. Construction was perfect with no issues and a perfect draw. […]

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