U.S. Senator Visits Cuban Crafters for a Miami Cigar

Long gone are the days when a United States Senator could smoke a cigar in the Senate Office Building, or the President and Vice President in the White House. Throughout history some of the most accomplished leaders were known to smoke cigars. John F. Kennedy and his brothers Ted and Robert F. Kennedy  proudly smoked cigars publicly. World leaders Winston […]

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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