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  • Cigar Tip: Beyond the Basics of Humidity

    The Stogie Guys
    Patrick S
    24 Apr 2014 | 1:00 am
    There was a time when I stressed over keeping my cigars at a perfect humidity. These days, I’m not so fussy about monitoring my humidors on a day-to-day basis. When you first get into cigars, you read often that 70/70 (humidity/temperature) is the ideal way to store your cigars. Soon, though, you probably realize that a slightly lower humidity (62-65%) is better, especially if you are storing cigars for long-term aging. We’ve covered the fundamentals of proper humidity before, but as the outside temperature gets hotter it’s a good time to recap. Anywhere from 62-70% is…
  • Cigar Bandits? Is It True?!

    The Cigar Nut
    David
    15 Apr 2014 | 6:51 am
    Cigar Bandits – Prices So Low, You’ll Feel Like A Bandit! For those who have been on the ride known as The Cigar Nut, it has been a wild and crazy 6 years. From a random review here and there as a way to find that ‘wow’ cigar, to a recognition that the community and the people in it are the real ‘wow’ of the cigar world – it is only right that I let you all know about my latest venture in this thing we call life – Cigar Bandits. Started as a no muss, no fuss approach – I quickly realized that for most, running a business is simply having a…
  • News: FDA Issues Deeming Regulations

    Cigar Reviews and Ratings
    acigarsmoker
    24 Apr 2014 | 9:40 am
    Today the FDA released the regulations they wish to be put in place. The 241 page document can be read here. While we do not speak for the industry as a whole the guidelines are not as damaging as the worst case scenario. There are however some issues that can change how business is done. One is that samples can no longer be given. Does this include at the trade show, and what about product for press such magazines and bloggers. Will a sales person be able to give a cigar to a store owner or clerk? But perhaps the biggest issue is Manufacturers would be required to register all their products…
  • Whisky Review: Tullamore Dew 12 y.o. Sherry Cask Finish

    Cigar Reviews and Ratings at Cigar Inspector
    Martin
    24 Apr 2014 | 11:58 am
    The Tullamore Dew 12 Year Old Sherry Cask Finish is a Limited Edition whisky sold only in Heinemann airport duty free shops in Germany, Austria, Norway, Hungary, and Slovakia. Speaking about the release in the duty free shops, William Grant & Sons Europe Regional Director Andre De Almeida said, “The combination of highly trained, consumer-focused staff and the attraction of outstanding visual display and a commitment to consumer interaction makes us very confident that Heinemann is the perfect partner in this case.” Of course, the exclusive release makes this whisky a bit hard to get…
  • 601 La Bomba Sake Bomb (Prerelease)

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    Brooks Whittington
    24 Apr 2014 | 3:15 pm
    Erik Espinosa started posting photos of a new 601 La Bomba vitola on social media last month called the Sake Bomb, a 4 1/2 x 42 petit corona. Based on the 601 La Bomba blend, the Sake Bomb shares the same Connecticut broadleaf maduro wrapper and Nicaraguan binder, but with a tweaked blend in the filler tobaccos to accommodate the smaller size and stronger profile. We had the details in a news story back in March: While the trend of gigantic ring gauges gets all the attention these days, there has been some counter-balancing in the form of petit coronas, a trend Erik Espinosa has picked up…
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  • Cigar Tip: Beyond the Basics of Humidity

    Patrick S
    24 Apr 2014 | 1:00 am
    There was a time when I stressed over keeping my cigars at a perfect humidity. These days, I’m not so fussy about monitoring my humidors on a day-to-day basis. When you first get into cigars, you read often that 70/70 (humidity/temperature) is the ideal way to store your cigars. Soon, though, you probably realize that a slightly lower humidity (62-65%) is better, especially if you are storing cigars for long-term aging. We’ve covered the fundamentals of proper humidity before, but as the outside temperature gets hotter it’s a good time to recap. Anywhere from 62-70% is…
  • Postcards from Cigar Safari in Nicaragua (2014)

    Patrick A
    23 Apr 2014 | 1:00 am
    Since returning from my latest visit to Nicaragua, I’ve shared a number of photos with you, including this article focused on Drew Estate’s expansion and quality control, and this article about “DE2.” Today I provide some of my favorite photos from the trip that weren’t included in either of those two pieces. The grounds of Drew Estate’s Estelí facility are handsomely decorated and well-appointed. Included with the vegetation and sweeping views is a Liga Privada swimming pool, a shaded canopy for dining, and a clubhouse equipped with a poker table and comfortable furniture. Since…
  • Cigar Review: A.J. Fernandez Mayimbe Robusto

    George E
    22 Apr 2014 | 2:00 am
    A path to prominence in the cigar business can follow any of a number of routes. Consider for a minute the divergent ways that big players—people like Rocky Patel, Don Pepín García, Ernesto-Perez Carrillo, Dion Giolito, Sam Lecia, just to name a few—earned their reputations. A.J. Fernandez rode a wave of catalog/online sales to cigar stardom. With Mayimbe, Spanish for “big shot,” he’s making another move. This high-dollar cigar is a big ring gauge line (all 56) to compete with the likes of top Tatuajes and Fuentes. To my taste, Fernandez succeeded. He created a cigar with power…
  • Commentary: Properly Packing a Pipe

    Joey J
    21 Apr 2014 | 1:00 am
    Following my articles on why I smoke a pipe, tools of the trade, and beginner pipe blends, today I tackle two very important topics: how to pack your pipe, and how to avoid the infamous “tongue burn.” Thankfully, there are simple solutions that will help you with both. To start, we’ll talk about packing a pipe. Now while tobacco comes in all different types of forms (ropes, flakes, plugs, coins, etc.), we are going to talk about those more difficult types in their own specific articles. For now, the first step for you to pack your pipe will be to make sure all of your tobacco looks…
  • Quick Smoke: San Lotano Oval Connecticut Robusto

    Patrick S
    20 Apr 2014 | 3:00 am
    Each Saturday and Sunday we’ll post a Quick Smoke: not quite a full review, just our brief verdict on a single cigar of “buy,” “hold,” or “sell.” Making a full-bodied cigar with a Connecticut shade-grown wrapper can be a challenge. Often, either the wrapper gets overwhelmed or there are significant bitter notes. Fortunately, A.J. Fernandez hits the mark with the San Lotano Oval Connecticut, made with Nicaraguan binder and filler, with additional filler from Honduras. The Robusto (5.5 x 54) features the unique oval shape Fernandez has created and marketed. It produces thick,…
 
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  • Cigar Bandits? Is It True?!

    David
    15 Apr 2014 | 6:51 am
    Cigar Bandits – Prices So Low, You’ll Feel Like A Bandit! For those who have been on the ride known as The Cigar Nut, it has been a wild and crazy 6 years. From a random review here and there as a way to find that ‘wow’ cigar, to a recognition that the community and the people in it are the real ‘wow’ of the cigar world – it is only right that I let you all know about my latest venture in this thing we call life – Cigar Bandits. Started as a no muss, no fuss approach – I quickly realized that for most, running a business is simply having a…
  • Cigar Press Release : Punch Rare Corojo Returns with New Size and Updated Packaging

    David
    3 Mar 2014 | 7:01 pm
    Punch Rare Corojo Returns with New Size and Updated Packaging Punch Rare Corojo is making its annual return, this time with a sleek, retailer-friendly box and an extremely limited new size. The 2014 release of Punch Rare Corojo features Rare Salomones, a 7.25” x 57 figurado which is the only cigar in the line that’s packaged in a wooden cabinet-style box. It will sell for an SRP of $7.99 per cigar and will only be available in 2014, until the limited quantity is depleted. The blend and band of Punch Rare Corojo have not changed – just the packaging and the addition of Rare Salomones.
  • Cigar News : Agio Cigars and Drew Estate Proudly Announce Distribution Partnership

    David
    3 Mar 2014 | 6:26 pm
    Agio Cigars and Drew Estate Proudly Announce Distribution Partnership Miami, FL, March 3, 2014: Royal Agio Cigars and Drew Estate Tobacco Company are pleased to announce exclusive distribution agreement effective April 1st 2014. Drew Estate will market, sell, and distribute all Royal Agio Cigar brands in the United States. This agreement expands Royal Agio Cigars’ reach across the broad channels of tobacco distribution throughout the U.S. and provides the opportunity to market Panter, Mehari’s and Balmoral brands in the optimal way. Boris Wintermans, CEO of Royal Agio Cigars explains:…
  • Cigar Press Release : SAM LECCIA READY TO PUT CIGAR INDUSTRY IN A HEADLOCK

    David
    26 Feb 2014 | 6:52 pm
    Miami, FL February 26, 2014 Sam Leccia, President of Leccia Tobacco, is looking to put the cigar industry in a headlock with the announcement of his latest blend, “Luchador”. Following up on the success of his much anticipated comeback with the highly acclaimed Leccia Black and White cigar blends, Leccia is looking to add a little spice and flair with his latest release. Luchador, which translates to “wrestler” in Spanish, is an exotic five-country cigar blend hand crafted in Nicaragua, consisting of some unique tobaccos. A Mexican San Andreas Wrapper leaf surrounds a habano binder…
  • Cigar Press Release : Drew Estate and Royal Gold Cigars Announce NIRVANA

    David
    5 Feb 2014 | 11:43 am
    Drew Estate and Royal Gold Cigars Announce NIRVANA Miami, FL, February 5, 2014: Royal Gold Cigars has partnered with renowned cigar manufacturer Drew Estate for their latest premium, hand-rolled cigar release, NIRVANA CAMEROON SELECTION. The new cigar features a luscious, light-brown, Rosado wrapper grown in the Eastern province of Cameroon, Africa. The wrapper is grown by small farmers who, when it’s time to cure the tobacco, clear an area of land and construct a rustic curing barn. This completely natural process translates into a leaf almost devoid of disease and also produces some of…
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  • News: FDA Issues Deeming Regulations

    acigarsmoker
    24 Apr 2014 | 9:40 am
    Today the FDA released the regulations they wish to be put in place. The 241 page document can be read here. While we do not speak for the industry as a whole the guidelines are not as damaging as the worst case scenario. There are however some issues that can change how business is done. One is that samples can no longer be given. Does this include at the trade show, and what about product for press such magazines and bloggers. Will a sales person be able to give a cigar to a store owner or clerk? But perhaps the biggest issue is Manufacturers would be required to register all their products…
  • News: Griffin Releases Gran Robusto

    acigarsmoker
    24 Apr 2014 | 8:07 am
    New, trendy and modern—Griffin’s is launching the Gran Robusto, an innovative format to the line Basel, April 2014. With the creation of this innovative Gran Robusto, the renowned and popular cigar brand Griffin’s responds to the desire of modern aficionados to discover and enjoy a multi-faceted and well-rounded cigar experience. The new Griffin’s Gran Robusto is perfectly balanced and proves to be an ideal companion to follow a light meal. The Dominican filler tobaccos (harvested in the Cibao Valley) and a Peruvian binder with a beautiful Ecuadorian wrapper lend this cigar a…
  • Cigar Review: Cubanacan Maduro

    acigarsmoker
    23 Apr 2014 | 8:47 pm
    After a busy day in Miami as I tie up lose ends before heading to Connecticut, one of my stops brought me to Cubanacan Cigars where my friend Lawrence just moved to Miami to take a role in sales. It was here that a planned 30 minute visit turned into over 3 hours as I got to speak with the brand owner. We spoke about the industry as a whole, trends, and where things are going. If one thing is evident this guy knows his stuff and is totally down to earth. So much so that I plan to make another visit before I leave. Cubanacan which means fertile ground is the indigenous name of Cuba. It is also…
  • News: Camacho Introduces Room 101 Daruma Gold

    acigarsmoker
    22 Apr 2014 | 2:22 pm
    Evolution is the process that separates those in motion from those who are standing still. As we at Room101 grow, we evolve in every way fathomable. Within this box you will find the evolution of the Daruma. The modifications you will experience in this particular blend are the by-product of our evolution and growth working within the premium tobacco craft. This life has been nothing short of an adventure and we are proud to offer you tastes of this adventure encapsulated within these smoke-able vessels. With humility, we present to you an evolved taste of one of our finest cigars to date. We…
  • News: La Sirena To Be Made at La Zona

    acigarsmoker
    21 Apr 2014 | 11:17 am
    acigarsmoker.com is able to confirm through multiple industry sources that La Sirena will no longer be made at the My Father factory in Esteli, Nicaragua. The production will be moved to La Zona which is owned by Erik Espinosa. Neither La Sirena or Espinosa can confirm nor deny this report. More details to follow as they become available. The post News: La Sirena To Be Made at La Zona appeared first on Cigar Reviews and Ratings.
 
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  • Whisky Review: Tullamore Dew 12 y.o. Sherry Cask Finish

    Martin
    24 Apr 2014 | 11:58 am
    The Tullamore Dew 12 Year Old Sherry Cask Finish is a Limited Edition whisky sold only in Heinemann airport duty free shops in Germany, Austria, Norway, Hungary, and Slovakia. Speaking about the release in the duty free shops, William Grant & Sons Europe Regional Director Andre De Almeida said, “The combination of highly trained, consumer-focused staff and the attraction of outstanding visual display and a commitment to consumer interaction makes us very confident that Heinemann is the perfect partner in this case.” Of course, the exclusive release makes this whisky a bit hard to get…
  • Amazon Contest Winner

    Inspector
    22 Apr 2014 | 5:00 am
    The winner of the $27 Amazon gift certificate is Tee. Congrats! Long ashes everyone - and stay tuned for more contests in future! PS If you would like to support CigarInspector.com, feel free to make your Amazon purchases through this link. Thank you! CigarStash.com - the ultimate cigars shopping tool! Post from CigarInspector.comAmazon Contest Winner
  • Alec Bradley Tempus Maduro

    Kayla
    19 Apr 2014 | 8:22 am
    Origin : Nicaragua Format : Terra Nova (robusto) Size : 5 x 50 Wrapper : San Andres Maduro Filler : Nicaraguan & Honduran Binder : Honduran Hand-Made Price : ~$8.50 eachMore info about purchasing Alec Bradley Tempus cigars... Construction The Alec Bradley Tempus Maduro utilizes the same delicious blend of fillers as the original Tempus and amps up the flavor with a San Andres Maduro wrapper. The wrapper leaf is the color of dark chocolate and flecked with a few veins. An ornate purple, silver, and gold band is the perfect accent to the stunning wrapper leaf. The length of the five-inch…
  • Amazon $27 Gift Certificate Giveaway

    Inspector
    15 Apr 2014 | 11:18 am
    As I stated in my best cigar books post, proceeds from sale of books would be given back to one lucky reader in the form of a gift certificate. Here is another one. It is a gift card for $27 that can be redeemed on Amazon.com (doesn't work on .co.uk or .fr). Just leave a comment on this post to be entered in the draw. The winner will be announced in one week, next Tuesday. CigarStash.com - the ultimate cigars shopping tool! Post from CigarInspector.comAmazon $27 Gift Certificate Giveaway
  • L’Atelier Lat 52

    Ray
    11 Apr 2014 | 5:05 am
    Origin : Nicaragua Format : Petit Robusto Size : 4 3/4 x 52 Wrapper : Ecuador Filler : Nicaragua Binder : Nicaragua Hand-Made Price : ~$8 eachMore info about purchasing L'Atelier cigars... L'Atelier Lat 52 is manufactured by L’Atelier Imports, a company created by Pete Johnson of Tatuaje (although he doesn't participate in operations), his brother K.C. Johnson, Dan Welsh of New Havana Cigars, and Sean “Casper” Johnson. The four (three?) make a formidable team, and their line is getting a lot of attention. The Lat 52 has a Nicaraguan filler and binder in a unique Ecuadorian wrapper known…
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  • 601 La Bomba Sake Bomb (Prerelease)

    Brooks Whittington
    24 Apr 2014 | 3:15 pm
    Erik Espinosa started posting photos of a new 601 La Bomba vitola on social media last month called the Sake Bomb, a 4 1/2 x 42 petit corona. Based on the 601 La Bomba blend, the Sake Bomb shares the same Connecticut broadleaf maduro wrapper and Nicaraguan binder, but with a tweaked blend in the filler tobaccos to accommodate the smaller size and stronger profile. We had the details in a news story back in March: While the trend of gigantic ring gauges gets all the attention these days, there has been some counter-balancing in the form of petit coronas, a trend Erik Espinosa has picked up…
  • XIKAR Adds Allume Lighter

    Charlie Minato
    24 Apr 2014 | 2:57 pm
    XIKAR has a new single flame lighter, the Allume. Design-wise, it’s a similar version of the company’s XTX Double and Tabletop. It will come in eight colors when it arrives in stores in mid-June. Pricing is set at $49.99. The company has created a new display for retailers that shows off all eight lighters in an x-configuration similar to the XIKAR logo.
  • Press Release: Iconic Leaf to Release The E.L.F. Pack

    Patrick Lagreid
    24 Apr 2014 | 12:20 pm
    Iconic Leaf Cigar is announcing the release of The E.L.F. PACK (Eight Legged Freak). This release will be available in two offerings: the E.L.F. PACK SIDEWINDER series assortment and the E.L.F. PACK KANU’ series assortment. The E.L.F. PACK SIDEWINDER series assortment will include each of the three Sidewinder vitolas which consists of a 5×57, 6×57 and 7×57 in this one of a kind shape that combines the roundness of a cigar with the box press. These three vitolas will be available in the E.L.F. Pack series assortment and will come in all three of the companies blends. The…
  • FDA Announces Regulations Plans, Premium Cigars Might Receive Exemption

    Charlie Minato
    23 Apr 2014 | 10:06 pm
    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has finally announced its plans to regulate premium cigars and while it will be until August before a clear picture emerges, cigar smokers might get a big break. As was expected, the FDA will release its deeming document today, a roadmap for its plans to extend regulation into tobacco-derived products it currently does not regulate. According to the New York Times, this will include e-cigarettes, pipes and cigars, but there’s a very large catch—the organization is asking for public comment specifically over whether premium cigars should be…
  • FDA’s Deeming Document Expected Tomorrow

    Charlie Minato
    23 Apr 2014 | 4:24 pm
    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is expected to announce its proposed deeming document tomorrow according to the Tobacco Vapor Electronic Cigarette Association (TVECA) and other industry trade groups. The document has been long talked about by the FDA, as it prepares to expand its regulation of other tobacco products. According to Mitch Zeller, the director for the FDA’s Center for Tobacco Products, the deeming document will be more of a roadmap than law. It’s unclear how detailed it will be, but it is expected to deal with premium cigars, e-cigarettes and other categories…
 
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  • Buying Cigars Online Vs. Buying In A Store

    admin
    24 Apr 2014 | 10:28 am
    It’s no secret that you can find cigars at inexpensive prices online, it’s true of everything else, so why not cigars? On paper it might seem more economical to buy them online, but when you look at the big picture, it may not be the best option. When you buy cigars online, you are buying from a completely invisible source. Until the cigars arrive at your doorstep, you don’t know if they were stored correctly, how they were handled in transit, etc. A cigar isn’t a sturdy item you can casually ship, it requires careful attention to temperature and humidity to preserve…
  • Resources For Cigar Lovers

    admin
    10 Apr 2014 | 11:58 am
    The world of cigars is richly layered, not only with a vast array of products, but also a lot of specialized knowledge. Keeping on top of what’s new in the cigar industry can be daunting, but here are a few easy resources you can take advantage of. Cigar Aficionado. Both a website and a published magazine, Cigar Aficionado is a well-rounded look at the cigar industry, with product reviews, celebrity interviews, and a wealth of smoking knowledge. If there’s news in the cigar biz, you’ll find it here. Cigar Forums. There are numerous online forums for cigar lovers, such as…
  • What Are The Health Risks With Cigars?

    admin
    27 Mar 2014 | 11:49 am
    One of the benefits of living in our modern age is that we can inform ourselves on the health risks (or lack thereof) of any activity, from unprotected sun exposure, to a nightly glass of whiskey before bed. As a cigar shop, we aren’t here to pretend there aren’t health risks associated with smoking tobacco, but let’s take a look at the actual health risks associated with smoking cigars. First off, if you’re the type who inhales their cigars down into the lungs, the risks are on par with smoking cigarettes, and lessen depending on how infrequently you smoke them.
  • A Beginner’s Guide To Smoking A Cigar

    admin
    13 Mar 2014 | 2:55 pm
    If you’re new to cigar smoking, it may seem like there are many intricacies to learn and overcome, but in reality, how you enjoy a cigar is completely up to you. There are ‘rules’ for cutting, lighting, and smoking a cigar, but ultimately it’s your preference that rules. That said, here are a few general tips for beginners to get the most enjoyment out of a fine cigar. We’ve covered the proper ways to cut and light a cigar in past blogs, and there are enough guidelines with those steps to deserve their own entries. Once your cigar is cut and lit, you want to keep…
  • A Closer Look at Tobacco Production

    admin
    28 Feb 2014 | 9:05 am
    Every cigar smoker knows their cigar is made from tobacco, and most know at the very least the geographic region their tobacco comes from. But there’s more to tobacco than just the country of origin; here’s a closer look at tobacco production. Tobacco is grown all over the world, although the majority of tobacco used in cigars comes from Central America, Dominican Republic, and Cuba. Sometimes seed tobacco from one area is grown in another, as when you see a cigar labeled ‘Cuban seed’. This term also applies to heirloom seeds from plants originally from Cuba. Tobacco…
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  • House of Emilio March Newsletter

    Gary Griffith
    31 Mar 2014 | 8:53 am
    The Best of the BoutiquesOur monthly digest of all the published reviews of House of Emilio Cigars. Many thanks to those who have taken their time to honor us with their perspective.Stogies on the Rocks review of the Bodega Reunion Digestivo: "The second third is a nice blend of earth, wood, and pepper.  There is also a nuttiness that develops.  The retrohale is still strong on earth and pepper, but the finish has become milder.  As this sections transitions, the wood gets stronger and some salt joins the nuttiness.The final third sees all of the elements come together with a…
  • American Boutique Cigar Manufacturers Association

    Gary Griffith
    21 Mar 2014 | 7:41 am
    Last weekend at the DC Tweetup the idea of a Boutique Cigar Manufacturers Association came up, and I instantly knew the House of Emilio would be on board.A more formal announcement will come in a few weeks, but in the interim I'd like to invite small manufacturers to contact me to gauge interest.Our purpose will be to demonstrate to our elected representatives that we are American small businesses, and to garner support in that way.Obviously this whole idea is in its infancy, and going forward we will be able to more clearly define our purpose as more and more of our fellow passionate brand…
  • What is the House of Emilio?

    Gary Griffith
    20 Mar 2014 | 2:30 pm
    The Best of the Boutiques     From time to time we're asked about what the House of Emilio is. The fact is, even we who are a part of this are constantly asking ourselves that same question, and perhaps I can shed some light on what we are today.     The House of Emilio is an outfall of my own dream to make cigars under my own brand, Emilio Cigars. As I began to gain some success and recognition from the cigar community my travels took me to various places at various times, and I met other similarly passionate small cigar…
  • House of Emilio February Newsletter

    Gary Griffith
    27 Feb 2014 | 4:12 pm
    The Best of the Boutiques News and Reviews from and about the House of EmiloFamily of Cigars Review of the Bodega Cigars Digestivo by The Smoking Greek: "The Digestivo was a flavorful, well constructed introduction to the line for me. Knowing the Bodega family’s passion for tasty cigars, food, and beverage I had high hopes. The Digestivo didn’t fail to meet my expectations. The whole experience encapsulated, for me, the idea behind Bodega’s philosophy of the lifestyle."  Link Casas Fumando reviewed the Ezra Zion Eminence: "just how great Mexican San Andreas is as a…
  • Bodega Premium Blends Press Release

    Gary Griffith
    22 Feb 2014 | 1:04 pm
    BODEGA PREMIUM BLENDS ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITHICON MANN™ FOR 2ND ANNUAL “POWER 50” PRE-OSCAR DINNER EXPERIENCELos Angeles  - February 20, 2014 - Bodega Premium Blends @BodegaCigars today announced their support of ICON MANN™ and the 2nd Annual pre-Oscar event.  ICON MANN™ is the leading lifestyle media company “championing the accomplishments and positive dialog surrounding the Diaspora of Black men.” Their impressive list of luminaries span from Award-winning actors/directors/musicians to Fortune 500 businessmen including numerous premiere Cultural Artistes, Media…
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  • A Guide to E-Cigarette Etiquette (Or, How to Vape in Public Without Being a Jerk)

    Lindsay Fox
    23 Apr 2014 | 12:33 pm
    Public vaping is a sensitive topic right now. Learn how to safely and respectfully vape e-cigs in public without disturbing people around you. The post A Guide to E-Cigarette Etiquette (Or, How to Vape in Public Without Being a Jerk) appeared first on .
  • Vote For the Best E-Cig Clearomizer For 2014

    John Madden
    22 Apr 2014 | 12:24 pm
    Here is a list of some of the most popular e-cig clearomizers currently on the market. Please take a minute and vote for your favorites. The post Vote For the Best E-Cig Clearomizer For 2014 appeared first on .
  • The 2014 Vote For the Best Rebuildable Atomizers

    John Madden
    22 Apr 2014 | 12:23 pm
    Here is a list of some of our favorite rebuildable atomizers, along with a few others we've seen mentioned time and time again. The post The 2014 Vote For the Best Rebuildable Atomizers appeared first on .
  • The 2014 Vote For the Best Overall Mechanical Mods

    John Madden
    22 Apr 2014 | 12:22 pm
    So take a minute and vote for 1-5 of these mechanical mods that you either prefer to use the most or are dying to add to your collection. The post The 2014 Vote For the Best Overall Mechanical Mods appeared first on .
  • Vote For Best Variable Voltage/Wattage Mods For 2014

    John Madden
    22 Apr 2014 | 12:07 pm
    Help us select our top 14 overall variable voltage/wattage mods for 2014 by picking one or more of your favorites. The post Vote For Best Variable Voltage/Wattage Mods For 2014 appeared first on .
 
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  • A Guide to E-Cigarette Etiquette (Or, How to Vape in Public Without Being a Jerk)

    Lindsay Fox
    23 Apr 2014 | 12:33 pm
    Public vaping is a sensitive topic right now. Learn how to safely and respectfully vape e-cigs in public without disturbing people around you. The post A Guide to E-Cigarette Etiquette (Or, How to Vape in Public Without Being a Jerk) appeared first on .
  • Vote For the Best E-Cig Clearomizer For 2014

    John Madden
    22 Apr 2014 | 12:24 pm
    Here is a list of some of the most popular e-cig clearomizers currently on the market. Please take a minute and vote for your favorites. The post Vote For the Best E-Cig Clearomizer For 2014 appeared first on .
  • The 2014 Vote For the Best Rebuildable Atomizers

    John Madden
    22 Apr 2014 | 12:23 pm
    Here is a list of some of our favorite rebuildable atomizers, along with a few others we've seen mentioned time and time again. The post The 2014 Vote For the Best Rebuildable Atomizers appeared first on .
  • The 2014 Vote For the Best Overall Mechanical Mods

    John Madden
    22 Apr 2014 | 12:22 pm
    So take a minute and vote for 1-5 of these mechanical mods that you either prefer to use the most or are dying to add to your collection. The post The 2014 Vote For the Best Overall Mechanical Mods appeared first on .
  • Vote For Best Variable Voltage/Wattage Mods For 2014

    John Madden
    22 Apr 2014 | 12:07 pm
    Help us select our top 14 overall variable voltage/wattage mods for 2014 by picking one or more of your favorites. The post Vote For Best Variable Voltage/Wattage Mods For 2014 appeared first on .
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  • CAO OSA Sol

    Siz
    24 Apr 2014 | 6:10 am
    Stogies On The Rocks | Cigar Reviews and Spirit Pairings Initial Thoughts The CAO OSA Sol, man that sure looks like a lot of acronyms all crammed together doesn’t it? Well CAO you obviously know that’s the brand name. What does the OSA stand for? Well it’s the region where the wrapper on this cigar is grown. It’s grown in the Honduran region of Olancho and it’s
  • CAO Gold

    Siz
    23 Apr 2014 | 5:57 am
    Stogies On The Rocks | Cigar Reviews and Spirit Pairings Initial Thoughts Welcome back to round 3 of #CAOReviewWeek today I’m sitting down and reviewing the CAO Gold. I’ve seen a lot of talk about this cigar online for years. It’s one of CAO’s staples and if you ask most people they’ve probably smoked at least one before. Just like the MX2, I’ve never smoked one before.
  • CAO MX2

    Siz
    22 Apr 2014 | 6:51 am
    Stogies On The Rocks | Cigar Reviews and Spirit Pairings Initial Thoughts Welcome to Part 2 of #CAOReviewWeek today we’re checking out the CAO MX2. It’s funny, I’ve heard about this cigar for a long time. I even have an ashtray that is based on this particular blend. However, I’ve never even smoked this cigar. So when I decided to do this review week I knew I was
  • CAO Brazilia

    Siz
    21 Apr 2014 | 5:32 am
    Stogies On The Rocks | Cigar Reviews and Spirit Pairings Initial Thoughts Kicking off #CAORiverWeek with a fairly unique smoke here. The CAO Brazilia Gol! is one of eight vitolas created for this blend. As you probably guessed this blend is using some Brazilian tobacco in it. To be accurate it’s using a Brazilian leaf on the wrapper. The rest of the make up is Nicaraguan tobacco.
  • Inferno Flashpoint Robusto

    Jeremy Yow
    16 Apr 2014 | 5:49 am
    Stogies On The Rocks | Cigar Reviews and Spirit Pairings Initial Thoughts In 2012, Oliva Cigar Co released the Inferno, which was a premium cigar at budget prices. I personally have not smoked one, but I hear really good things from those that have.  In 2013, a different Inferno was released, the Flashpoint.  This one was not as cheap and was not the same blend
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