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Aug 21

Cigar Giveaway Contest

Posted on Wednesday, August 21, 2013 in World of CO

EDIT: Congratulations user: ‘socks’! Email me your contact info and I’ll get your sampler right out!

ipw0006Yep I goofed and forgot to draw the winner on Sunday of the last contest but I’m on it now! Congratulations to Jay D.! Email me your contact info and I’ll get your sampler out!

This time I have another custom sampler for the winner! To enter I’ll make it easy on you this time and just ask for your opinions on what draws your eye to or away from cigars when you see them? Either in a shop or online – what really works well and horribly wrong, for you? Then just share with the buttons below for an entry and I’ll draw the winner in another week or so!

I do have some sponsors lined up for contests in the near future, so I’ll have some exciting stuff to offer, stay tuned 😉 Entrants must be 18+ years old and have a US mailing address.

  • lawfultots

    Bands with simple, subtle designs typically draw my in. Anything showy or overly bright turns me off, the cigar should speak for itself and not have to try to attraction attention through vibrant bands.

  • ssrobbi

    shared on Google+

    I would say the band definitely catches my eye. Something that pops out but isn’t very complicated. I feel many cigar companies really drop the ball on their bands. Along with that is probably the label on the box. It’s so annoying to have to search for the name of a cigar because it’s on a weird place on the box while looking at the B&M

  • DTucker1000

    Hello out there !

  • DTucker1000

    As far as looks: I like a 50 gadge or better and a rich oily look. For tatste : Naturally sweet flavor with a woodsy/ cedar to it, nd medium draw.

  • lance bivins

    I just love good cigars. mostly my father Drew Estate Arturo Fuente Ashburn Virginia some grown Jaime Garcia reserve a special Don Pepin Garcia blue 6:01 box Press. and I like being in cigar groups talking to the cigar smokers. have a nice day enjoy a good cigar I know I am!

  • Joseph Schmidt

    What I look for in a cigar first is the wrapper and the construction. Is it loose, cracked, folded, etc.. Second is the overall feel….too tight or too loose. I look at the filler at the foot to check for looseness or all around poor quality. The wrapper has to be “not dry”. I always try to track down the humidity and temperature of the humidor to make sure that the store actually knows what they’re doing.